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|/!\ '''Feisty artwork will be design by Cliff -- the fellow who designed the Dapper look. Do not expect to be able to contribute until sabdfl releases the official work. It is closed design involving Cliff and sabdfl only.'''
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.
If you have an idea, it is strongly advised that get involved via the above link. Once you are involved, you can create specifications via the guidelines laid out in Self:/Specs namespace.
|/!\ '''Feisty artwork will be design by kwwii -- of Kubuntu Edgy and KDE Oxygen Icon fame. He will be working closely with sabdfl in the design. Do not expect community involvement in defining this portion.'''|
If you would like to get involved in the current default Ubuntu related artwork projects, follow the steps at /Documentation/GetInvolved.
Who Is Involved?
Anyone interested in the official distribution default installation look and feel.
If you are interested in developing a particular "look / feel" for Ubuntu outside of the default installation, please consider joining one of the theme teams. Contact the mailing list for more information.
How To Contribute
Feisty artwork will be design by kwwii -- of Kubuntu Edgy and KDE Oxygen Icon fame. He will be working closely with sabdfl in the design. Do not expect community involvement in defining this portion.
Currently we are attempting to collect all art related people under the ubuntu-art team on Launchpad. This has been quite successful thus far, and therefore one should consider the ubuntu-art team as a good starting point for work. For links to legacy pages, please see the following links:
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