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March 2010

Ubuntu Artwork Team in Launchpad

Ubuntu Artwork Team * Overview * Branches * Bugs * Blueprints * Translations * Answers http://wiki.ubuntu.com/Artwork Welcome to the Launchpad team base for Ubuntu Artwork. The Artwork Team aims to enrich Ubuntu by designing high quality, original and beautiful themes to be available in the repo as an *alternative* to the default look. We tend to work in small groups on themes, so alongside people with a strong vision who can lead a team, we need plenty of others that can work together to help polish a great complete, cohesive look. This involves designers, packagers and GTK & Qt themeing experts, and we could certainly do with a few more hackers. All members should sign onto the mailing list as it is the primary means of discussion and communication: https://lists.ubuntu.com/mailman/listinfo/ubuntu-art

Artwork - Ubuntu Wiki

Our interests are not only in creating artwork for use by the Ubuntu community, but also in advocating the use of creative tools included with Ubuntu. Our activities include but are not limited to: moin-dot.png Creating and submitting artistic content to the Team wiki. moin-dot.png Discussing and exploring artistic ideas on the Team mailing list. moin-dot.png Participation in upstream open source projects. The aim is to enrich Ubuntu by creating high quality artwork to be packaged and made available as Community-maintained Open Source software (universe). The process is agile as we tend to work in self forming small groups and collaborate with other teams. Those who have a strong vision of the outcome often assume a leadership role depending on others to assist as we strive to achieve a polished cohesive look. The cast of actors include designers, engineers, packagers, theme experts, in addition to a variety of hackers. icon-info.png We are currently developing artwork for Lucid Lynx Catalog of all artwork pages Team Activity UbuntuPeopleIntroducing.png moin-dot2.png Official Artwork – Most importantly the Ubuntu Logo moin-dot2.png Documentation – On artistic and technical matters moin-dot2.png Breathe Icon Set – Work on an alternative icon set moin-dot2.png Incoming – All artwork proposals and submissions moin-dot2.png Archives – The look of previous releases moin-dot2.png Tasks – Artwork and wiki related tasks for community members moin-dot2.png Meetings – Meeting schedule and agenda Get Involved UbuntuPeopleWelcome.png Want to check out the action to see what's going on? moin-dot.png The mail list archives are viewable at Nabble. When you are ready to jump in, subscribe to the Team mailing list. Don't go it alone! moin-dot.png Announce your presence by sending an email of introduction to the list describing your experience and interests. moin-dot.png In order to increase the readability and understanding of email responses please include your comments underneath the sentence/paragraph part-of-the-email you are responding too. Almost all mailers can do this easily. If yours doesn't please take extra attention to doing this by hand. moin-dot.png To be more connected add an RSS feed. Browser friendly tools are located at http://dir.gmane.org/gmane.linux.ubuntu.artwork . Talk with members on the IRC Channel! moin-dot.png Join the Team IRC channel at #ubuntu-artwork on irc.FreeNode.net. We recommend the XChat-client: XChat Howto. Logs of everything spoken in the channel. Taking it all the way! moin-dot.png Launchpad is the hub of the community wheel. To contribute requires a general understanding of Launchpad and a Launchpad Account. Flavours Of Ubuntu UbuntuPeopleAttention.png moin-dot2.png EdubuntuArtwork, Edubuntu Launchpad moin-dot2.png KubuntuArtwork moin-dot2.png XubuntuArtwork moin-dot2.png UbuntuStudio Artwork :) As adding value to the Ubuntu community is core to our purpose, we expect contributors to conduct team interactions as suggested by the Ubuntu Code Of Conduct. CategoryArtwork Artwork (editada pela última vez em 2010-03-03 21:10:39 por Vish)

November 2008

“GNOME Do Plugin Development” branch in Launchpad

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GNOME Do Plugin Development Project: GNOME Do Plugins Status: Development Get this branch: bzr branch lp:do-plugins Upload URL: Members of GNOME Do Plugins Team can upload to this branch. Log in for directions. Branch format: Branch format 6 Repository format: Packs containing knits without subtree support

GnomeDo/Plugins - Ubuntu Wiki

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Do 0.5.x: As of GNOME Do version 0.5 all plugins listed as "working" or "stable" can and should be installed using the "Plugins" tab in GNOME Do's preference window. You also can manually install plugins by putting the DLL file in ~/.local/share/gnome-do/plugins and restarting GNOME Do.

GnomeDo/Use - Ubuntu Wiki

Start GNOME Do by selecting the GNOME Do entry in the Applications > Accessories menu, or by executing the command gnome-do. Once the application is running, you can summon it by pressing Super Space. On most keyboards the super key is the same as the Windows key or the Command key. If you'd like to use a different keybinding for GNOME Do, see #Configuration. You should see a dialog with a search icon and two panes in the center of your screen. The pane on the left is the item pane, which shows the item you have selected, and the pane on the right is the action pane, which shows the action you wish to perform on the item.