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The Ubuntu Artwork team exist to make the Ubuntu desktop ever more usable and attractive. We do this through a formal process of creating specifications. The next release of Ubuntu is code named Edgy Eft and the specifications we are working on for this release can be found [https://launchpad.net/people/ubuntu-art/+specs on launchpad] (look for specs marked approved). = Get Involved! =
The Artwork team has an open process to become a member for contribution and decision making. Go to Self:/Documentation/GetInvolved to learn how to become a part of the process.
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We would enjoy your help with the above tasks, but if you feel that your talents and available time don't fit any of the above specs, please consider the following art-related interests:
 * We always need help converting png icons to SVG and creating new SVG icons. Learn more on the ["Artwork/Specs/PolishHumanIcons"] page.
 * Ubuntu strives to be the leading distro for creating derivative linux distributions. As such, a number of other art-teams exist. Here is a list: EdubuntuArtwork, KubuntuArtwork, XubuntuArtwork.
= Who Is Involved? =
Anyone interested in the official distribution default installation look and feel.
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Please note we would greatly '''appreciate your help with our specs''' for the next version, so if you have only enough time to help with one thing, please see if you can contribute to the existing specs. This is an area where you can have a profound and visible impact on what Ubuntu will
look like in the next version.
= How To Get Something Done =
As with the Ubuntu development team, we utilize Launchpad.net by constructing specifications. The Art specific specifications are subscribed to the ubuntu-art team ( https://launchpad.net/people/ubuntu-art/+specs ). The current specifications we are tackling are those marked approved by the Ubuntu development core.
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This wiki attempts to stay current with all developments. Again, check the specifications and work towards solving them. If they are not yet approved, your work could still prove vital. Please leave a documentation trail for others to reference if you contribute to any of the specifications.
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= Get Involved! =
The Artwork team has an open process to become a member for contribution and decision making. Go to Self:/Documentation/GetInvolved to learn how to become a part of the process.

Get Involved!

The Artwork team has an open process to become a member for contribution and decision making. Go to /Documentation/GetInvolved to learn how to become a part of the process.

Who Is Involved?

Anyone interested in the official distribution default installation look and feel.

How To Get Something Done

As with the Ubuntu development team, we utilize Launchpad.net by constructing specifications. The Art specific specifications are subscribed to the ubuntu-art team ( https://launchpad.net/people/ubuntu-art/+specs ). The current specifications we are tackling are those marked approved by the Ubuntu development core.

Again, check the specifications and work towards solving them. If they are not yet approved, your work could still prove vital. Please leave a documentation trail for others to reference if you contribute to any of the specifications.

Wiki Contributions

If you wish to add to the wiki, please use the /PageTemplate and put your page in /Incoming. Keep it clear and simple.

Other ArtworkTeams

Currently we are attempting to collect all art related people under the ubuntu-art team on Launchpad. This has been quite successful thus far. For other references, please see the following links:


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Artwork (last edited 2014-07-21 22:57:53 by knome)