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Re: Fedora 8 theme requests



To put it simply: we don't have yet contributors able and wiling to a
new sound theme.
The bunch of us here are mostly skilled with graphics. And arguably,
working on sounds has a higher barrier to entry: on top of skill and
experience you need also some hardware and software, the hardware cost
money and the software for sound processing is not very well present in
Linux/FOSS.

i'm willing
sadly not capable. unless you/anyone else knows of a application here you can MAKE your own sounds. not just a piano but with all kind of effects and instruments. i don't know what program can do that for windows or linux (they exist.. i just don't know them).


2007/7/4, Nicu Buculei <nicu_fedora nicubunu ro>:
> Daniel Geiger wrote:
> > Hi,
> > I think it would be very good to have a unique Fedora sound theme
> > (Ubuntu has one of its own, one that seems very polished compared to the
> > default Gnome sounds).  What would it take to do so?
>
> To put it simply: we don't have yet contributors able and wiling to a
> new sound theme.
> The bunch of us here are mostly skilled with graphics. And arguably,
> working on sounds has a higher barrier to entry: on top of skill and
> experience you need also some hardware and software, the hardware cost
> money and the software for sound processing is not very well present in
> Linux/FOSS.
>
> > Also, if there are not plans already for this, I would like to see
> > Firefox and OpenOffice have an Echo icon theme enabled by default (I
> > believe again, Ubuntu has something like that, only not installed by
>
> OpenOffice.org need a very large number of icons, Firefox also need some
> more icons and only a few people work on Echo, all of them in their
> spare time. Is a problem of manpower.
> And we are somewhat split in the opinion *if* Echo is the future for
> Fedora (for example, there is a number of supporters for a personalized
> version of Tango, just like Ubuntu do and a small number of supporters
> of a renewed Bluecurve).
>
> > default, AFAIK).  Another Firefox/OpenOffice wish, they don't exactly
> > integrate as well with gtk; is there any way to fix that?
>
> And the integration would be even lower without the hard work done
> upstream by a number of Red Hat developers. The integration is better
> with every new release.
>
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