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Re: Echo vs the destkop



I think what Andreas means is that when you install an application
that is not in the default Fedora install, it's going to look out of
place.
All the most popular OSS packages now use the same icon style
upstream, which is a major achievement, but instead Fedora chooses to
do it all over again.
It's not very hard to make Echo look integrated with the upstream
icons, without losing its characteristics. Echo already got the thick
outer stroke, i think what's most "out of place" is the weird
perspective. What you will see happening is toolbars in applications
using different kinds of icon perspectives.

At least that's what I think of it. I'm not just criticising, but if
you agree I will put my money where my mouth is and help out.

Hylke


On Thu, Sep 25, 2008 at 11:43 AM, Nicu Buculei <nicu_fedora nicubunu ro> wrote:
> Andreas Nilsson wrote:
>>
>> If the system -> Administration looks out of place with the rest of the
>> system, does it help to introduce another icon style so the rest of the
>> system looks out of place instead?
>
> But Echi is not going to be used exclusively for the Administration menu,
> but for the entire menu, so the icons will be consistent.
>
>> A icon set is a mighty beast, bigger than it might appear at first. It
>> have taken about 3 years for the 6-7 core icon developers upstream (with
>> several others occasionally helping out) to where it is now. We're welcoming
>> all interested contributors to help out upstream with open arms. I've had a
>> very good experience with working together on with Fedora developers in
>> GNOME and would love for more collaboration to happen.
>
> Hopefully, we can leverage your experience and make use of the useful things
> you discovered, like the one canvas workflow or some icon metaphors and
> don't reinvent the wheel, just paint it differently.
>
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