Artwork

Differences between revisions 51 and 92 (spanning 41 versions)
Revision 51 as of 2009-04-02 17:56:53
Size: 6357
Editor: p50896BDB
Comment: Paste content of former /Documentation/GettingInvolved
Revision 92 as of 2014-07-21 22:57:53
Size: 9128
Editor: knome
Comment:
Deletions are marked like this. Additions are marked like this.
Line 2: Line 2:
||<tablestyle="float:right; font-size: 0.9em; width:30%; background:#F1F1ED; background-image: url('http://librarian.launchpad.net/2980250/Emblem-16.png'); background-repeat: no-repeat; background-position: 98% 0.5ex; margin: 0 0 1em 1em; padding: 0.5em;"><<TableOfContents>>||
<<Navigation(children,1)>>
'''To jump straight in to contributing to the Jaunty cycle, go [[/Incoming/Jaunty|here.]]'''
Line 6: Line 3:
== General Information == ||<tablestyle="float:right; font-size: 0.9em; width:10%; margin:0 15px 0 15px;" style=" border:0px;">Team Lead: [[KennethWimer]]||
Line 8: Line 5:
The goal of the "Artwork Team" is to produce artwork for the community side of Ubuntu. ||<tablestyle="float:right; font-size: 0.9em; width:30%; margin:0 15px 0 15px;" style=" border:0px;">||
||<style="border:0px;background:#F1F1ED;"><<TableOfContents>>||
Line 10: Line 8:
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. <<BR>>
Line 12: Line 10:
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. The Ubuntu Artwork team and mailing list serves as a get-together for people who create artwork with and/or for Ubuntu (including the derivatives). Besides great visual design, our interests include the use of Free Software and open processes to get there.
Line 14: Line 12:
This involves designers, packagers and GTK+ & QT themeing experts, and we could certainly do with a few more hackers. Development of the default wallpaper, GTK themes, and icon sets for Ubuntu are lead by the Canonical Design Team. Xubuntu, Edubuntu, Mythbuntu, Lubuntu and supported packages are open to contributions in these categories.
Line 16: Line 14:
Instructions on joining the launchpad team, mailing list, and ''using IRC'' located here [[/Documentation/GetInvolved]] Concepts going beyond visual design into functionality are better handled by the [[https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Ayatana|Ayatana project]].
Line 18: Line 16:
## Etiquette page
##'''Things to keep in mind'''
## * Be considerate, and constructive
## * If you're about to criticise somebody's work, think carefully about how to do it. You do not want to create a negative atmosphere.
## * Make sure you don't disturb what others have done
## * Keep things in chronological order
## * Look through the pages to see if somebody has done what you've thought of already.
== What we do! ==
Line 26: Line 18:
== Guidelines ==
 1. Only post Ubuntu related artwork, and keep it '''Family Friendly'''.
 2. Everything contributed must be offered with a '''free license'''. If your submission also contains another's work, make sure that its license is compatible with Ubuntu. __Please make sure that you have clearly stated a license and your preferred method of attribution.__
##Do we need an approved list of licenses?
##We suggest [http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/ CC-SA]. Kwwii needs to talk to lawyers first
##Troy says CC-SA is incompatible with GPL due to scope.
||<style="border:0;">{{attachment:WarmGreyDot.png}}||<style="border:0; width:100%;font-weight:bolder;">Answer requests from the community||
||<style="border:0; padding-left:55px;"-2>- Logos and other graphic design for related projects.||
||<style="border:0; padding-left:55px;"-2>- Web design for related sites.||
||<style="border:0; padding-left:55px;"-2>- Marketing material made to specification (poster, banners, fliers, brochures, stickers, shirts).||
||<style="border:0; padding-left:55px;"-2>- Illustrations for presentations and guides.||
||<style="border:0;">{{attachment:WarmGreyDot.png}}||<style="border:0; width:100%;font-weight:bolder;">Create and make available artwork such as wallpapers, themes, icons, posters and brochures.||
||<style="border:0;">{{attachment:WarmGreyDot.png}}||<style="border:0; width:100%;font-weight:bolder;">Discuss and advocate art and design related Free Software and open processes.||
||<style="border:0;">{{attachment:WarmGreyDot.png}}||<style="border:0; width:100%;font-weight:bolder;">Participation in upstream open source projects.||
||<style="border:0;">{{attachment:WarmGreyDot.png}}||<style="border:0; width:100%;font-weight:bolder;">Develop and maintain documentation (here on the wiki)||
||<style="border:0;">{{attachment:WarmGreyDot.png}}||<style="border:0; width:100%;font-weight:bolder;">Provide resources (tutorials, art assets, advice) and encouragement for the use of the FOSS creative tools.||
Line 33: Line 29:
== Projects == == Why contribute? ==
Line 35: Line 31:
 * ''The current development cycle of artwork is '''[[/Incoming/Jaunty|Jaunty Jackalope]].'''''
 * If you have a complete concept that is meant to be developed outside of the regular release cycle, such as Blubuntu--please use the form in [[/Incoming]]. Keep it clear and simple.
## * Simple wallpapers and themes Ubuntu-specific can be submitted to [http://ubuntu-art.org Ubuntu-Art.org], a sister site of the -look.org and -file.org websites.
||<style="border:0;">{{attachment:WarmGreyDot.png}}||<style="border:0; width:100%;font-weight:bolder;">Create work that is valuable to others and answers real-world needs but avoid the hassles of commercial work. Add to your portfolio.||
||<style="border:0;">{{attachment:WarmGreyDot.png}}||<style="border:0; width:100%;font-weight:bolder;">Gain experience, hone your skills.||
||<style="border:0;">{{attachment:WarmGreyDot.png}}||<style="border:0; width:100%;font-weight:bolder;">Become recognized as contributing artist or designer.||
||<style="border:0;">{{attachment:WarmGreyDot.png}}||<style="border:0; width:100%;font-weight:bolder;">Do your part to move the Ubuntu project forward.||
||<style="border:0;">{{attachment:WarmGreyDot.png}}||<style="border:0; width:100%;font-weight:bolder;">Add beauty and sophistication to the world.||
Line 39: Line 37:
##== Communication ==
##
##'''Mailing list''' - Join the mailing list or browse the archives at https://lists.ubuntu.com/mailman/listinfo/ubuntu-art [[BR]]
##'''IRC''' - Join our IRC channel: #ubuntu-artwork at Freenode, or irc.ubuntu.com - For a tutorial on IRC, try the [https://help.ubuntu.com/community/XChatHowto XChatHowto].
## 3. art.ubuntu.com
## Browse through lots of art made by Ubuntu users, or upload your own creations.
## 4. The forums -- TODO: Official Forum Thread.
== Other Teams ==
##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:
||EdubuntuArtwork||[[https://launchpad.net/people/edubuntu-artwork|Edubuntu Launchpad]]||KubuntuArtwork||XubuntuArtwork||[[UbuntuStudio/Artwork|UbuntuStudio Artwork]]||
== Get Involved ==
Line 50: Line 39:
=== Want to check out the action to see what's going on? ===
Line 51: Line 41:
<<Include(Artwork/PageTemplate/Header)>>
||<tablestyle="float:right; font-size: 0.9em; width:30%; background:#F1F1ED; background-image: url('http://librarian.launchpad.net/2980250/Emblem-16.png'); background-repeat: no-repeat; background-position: 98% 0.5ex; margin: 0 0 1em 1em; padding: 0.5em;"><<TableOfContents>>||
<<Navigation(children,1)>>
= Starting Off =
If you would like to get involved with the Artwork Team start by following the following steps:
 1. '''The Wiki''' - Check out the active artwork process at [[Artwork/Incoming]]
 2. '''IRC''' - {{{#ubuntu-artwork at irc.FreeNode.net}}} - For a howto: [[XChatHowto|XChatHowto]].
 3. '''Mailing List''' - You can sign up for the [[https://lists.ubuntu.com/mailman/listinfo/ubuntu-art|mailing list]].
 4. '''Meetings''' - The artwork team will be holding [[Artwork/Meetings|monthly meetings]] on irc.
 5. '''Launchpad''' - You can join the [[https://launchpad.net/~ubuntu-art|launchpad team]] once you have a launchpad account.
||<style="border:0;">{{attachment:WarmGreyDot.png}}||<style="border:0; width:100%;font-weight:bolder;">The mail list archives are viewable at [[http://www.nabble.com/ubuntu-art-f12728.html|Nabble]]. When you are ready to jump in, subscribe to the Team [[https://lists.ubuntu.com/mailman/listinfo/ubuntu-art|mailing list]]. Choose a normal subscription, not a daily digest, as that makes actually joining discussions much harder. ||
Line 62: Line 43:
= More Information = === Don't do it alone! ===
Line 64: Line 45:
'''The Wiki'''
 * To subscribe to a wiki page, simply click the subscribe button at the top of the related wiki page.
||<style="border:0;">{{attachment:WarmGreyDot.png}}||<style="border:0; width:100%;font-weight:bolder;">Announce your presence by sending an email of introduction to the list describing your experience and interests.||
||<style="border:0; padding-left:55px; padding-right:110px;"-2>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.||
||<style="border:0;">{{attachment:WarmGreyDot.png}}||<style="border:0; width:100%;font-weight:bolder;">To be more connected add an RSS feed. Browser friendly tools are located at http://dir.gmane.org/gmane.linux.ubuntu.artwork .||
Line 67: Line 49:
'''IRC'''
 * There are logs of everything spoken in the channel located at http://people.ubuntu.com/~fabbione/irclogs/
=== Talk with members on the IRC Channel! ===
Line 70: Line 51:
'''Mailing list'''
 * To manage your inbox, filter your mail messages
 * There are RSS and browser friendly tools located at http://dir.gmane.org/gmane.linux.ubuntu.artwork
||<style="border:0;">{{attachment:WarmGreyDot.png}}||<style="border:0; width:100%;font-weight:bolder;">Join the Team IRC channel at `#ubuntu-artwork on irc.FreeNode.net`.||
||<style="border:0;">{{attachment:WarmGreyDot.png}}||<style="border:0; width:100%;font-weight:bolder;">[[http://irchelp.org/irchelp/new2irc.html|What is IRC, and how does it work?]].||
||<style="border:0;">{{attachment:WarmGreyDot.png}}||<style="border:0; width:100%;font-weight:bolder;">We recommend the XChat-client: [[XChatHowto|XChat Howto]].||
||<style="border:0; padding-left:55px;"-2>- [[http://people.ubuntu.com/~fabbione/irclogs/|Logs]] of everything spoken in the channel.||
Line 74: Line 56:
'''Meetings'''
 * These meetings are usually held on IRC. For a howto on using IRC see [[XChatHowto|XChatHowTo]].
## This schedule is yet to be determined
## * Meetings. The artwork team will be holding [[Artwork/Meetings|monthly meetings]] on irc.
Line 77: Line 59:
'''Launchpad'''
 * Launchpad offers a wonderful email update to track and follow your favorite specfications.
  * Use Launchpad to subscribe to the specifications from your profile.
##As a member of the team, you will also get up-to-the-minute updates whenever anyone adjusts a subscribed specification or the corresponding wiki page. The art team tries to keep all art related specifications subscribed to the art team, but sometimes a few slip through or simply aren't relevant enough. This can be quite helpful to track developments related to the specifications.
=== Taking it all the way! ===
Line 82: Line 61:
||<style="border:0;">{{attachment:WarmGreyDot.png}}||<style="border:0; width:100%;font-weight:bolder;">[[https://launchpad.net/+tour/index|Launchpad]] is the hub of the community wheel. To obtain a general understanding of Launchpad ( [[https://help.launchpad.net/YourAccount/NewAccount?action=show&redirect=CreatingYourLaunchpadAccount|New Account]] ).||
Line 83: Line 63:
## XXX: That last sentence doesn't make sense. I suppose a link to Launchpad help should be put in.
Line 84: Line 65:
== Places ==
Line 85: Line 67:
----
'''Technical Resources''' - [[/Documentation|Documentation]] - [[/Official|Ubuntu Logo and Pill]] - [[UbuntuTitle|Ubuntu Font]]
----
CategoryArtwork
||<style="border:0;">{{attachment:WarmGreyDot.png}}||<style="border:0; width:100%;font-weight:bolder;">Add or find wallpapers on our [[http://www.flickr.com/groups/ubuntu-artwork|Flickr pool]]||
||<style="border:0;">{{attachment:WarmGreyDot.png}}||<style="border:0; width:100%;font-weight:bolder;">Get/create/translate/share marketing material such as posters and brochures on [[http://spreadubuntu.org/|SpreadUbuntu]]||
Line 90: Line 70:
##MAIN PAGE
##-----------
## A) General Team Info 1) Goals and Objectives 2) How to Join and Contribute
## B) Projects 1) Official Artwork 2) Community Artwork (Better Name?) SWAP PROJECTS WITH GUIDELINES in ORDER
## C) General Guidelines 1) No porn or other BadThings(tm) 2) Licensing 3) Whatever else we think of...
## D) Communication 1) Mailing list 2) IRC 3) art.ubuntu.com 4) Art on Forum???
## E) Other Teams
== Our wiki ==

||<style="border:0;">{{attachment:WarmGreyDot.png}}||<style="border:0; width:100%;font-weight:bolder;">[[Artwork/Official|Official Artwork]] &ndash; Most importantly the Ubuntu Logo||
||<style="border:0;">{{attachment:WarmGreyDot.png}}||<style="border:0; width:100%;font-weight:bolder;">[[Artwork/Documentation|Documentation]] &ndash; On artistic and technical matters||
||<style="border:0;">{{attachment:WarmGreyDot.png}}||<style="border:0; width:100%;font-weight:bolder;">[[Artwork/Incoming|Incoming]] &ndash; Artwork proposals and submissions for previous releases||
||<style="border:0;">{{attachment:WarmGreyDot.png}}||<style="border:0; width:100%;font-weight:bolder;">[[Artwork/Archives|Archives]] &ndash; The look of previous releases||
||<style="border:0;">{{attachment:WarmGreyDot.png}}||<style="border:0; width:100%;font-weight:bolder;">[[Artwork/Tasks|Tasks]] &ndash; Artwork and wiki related tasks for community members||

## No meetings since long
## ||<style="border:0;">{{attachment:moin-dot2.png}}||<style="border:0;padding-left:10px;">[[Artwork/Meetings|Meetings]] &ndash; Meeting schedule and agenda||

## Hidden until there are artwork blueprints of interest to the community on Launchpad
## ||<style="border:0;padding-left:25px;">{{attachment:moin-dot2.png}}||<style="border:0;padding-left:10px;">[[Artwork/Specifications|Specifications]] &ndash; The systematic approach||

||<style="border:0;">{{attachment:WarmGreyDot.png}}||<style="border:0; width:100%;font-weight:bolder;">[[Artwork/Catalog|Catalog of all artwork pages]]||

== Flavours Of Ubuntu ==

||<style="border:0;">{{attachment:WarmGreyDot.png}}||<style="border:0; width:100%;font-weight:bolder;">EdubuntuArtwork, [[https://launchpad.net/people/edubuntu-artwork|Edubuntu Launchpad]]||
||<style="border:0;">{{attachment:WarmGreyDot.png}}||<style="border:0; width:100%;font-weight:bolder;">KubuntuArtwork||
||<style="border:0;">{{attachment:WarmGreyDot.png}}||<style="border:0; width:100%;font-weight:bolder;">[[Xubuntu/Artwork|Xubuntu Artwork]]||
||<style="border:0;">{{attachment:WarmGreyDot.png}}||<style="border:0; width:100%;font-weight:bolder;">[[UbuntuStudio/Artwork|UbuntuStudio Artwork]]||
||<style="border:0;">{{attachment:WarmGreyDot.png}}||<style="border:0; width:100%;font-weight:bolder;">[[Lubuntu/Artwork|Lubuntu Artwork]]||

<<BR>>

||<style="padding:15px; font-style:italic; border-color:#DBDBD8;">As adding value to the Ubuntu community is core to our purpose, we expect contributors to conduct team interactions as suggested by the [[http://www.ubuntu.com/community/conduct|Ubuntu Code Of Conduct]].||

Team Lead: KennethWimer


The Ubuntu Artwork team and mailing list serves as a get-together for people who create artwork with and/or for Ubuntu (including the derivatives). Besides great visual design, our interests include the use of Free Software and open processes to get there.

Development of the default wallpaper, GTK themes, and icon sets for Ubuntu are lead by the Canonical Design Team. Xubuntu, Edubuntu, Mythbuntu, Lubuntu and supported packages are open to contributions in these categories.

Concepts going beyond visual design into functionality are better handled by the Ayatana project.

What we do!

WarmGreyDot.png

Answer requests from the community

- Logos and other graphic design for related projects.

- Web design for related sites.

- Marketing material made to specification (poster, banners, fliers, brochures, stickers, shirts).

- Illustrations for presentations and guides.

WarmGreyDot.png

Create and make available artwork such as wallpapers, themes, icons, posters and brochures.

WarmGreyDot.png

Discuss and advocate art and design related Free Software and open processes.

WarmGreyDot.png

Participation in upstream open source projects.

WarmGreyDot.png

Develop and maintain documentation (here on the wiki)

WarmGreyDot.png

Provide resources (tutorials, art assets, advice) and encouragement for the use of the FOSS creative tools.

Why contribute?

WarmGreyDot.png

Create work that is valuable to others and answers real-world needs but avoid the hassles of commercial work. Add to your portfolio.

WarmGreyDot.png

Gain experience, hone your skills.

WarmGreyDot.png

Become recognized as contributing artist or designer.

WarmGreyDot.png

Do your part to move the Ubuntu project forward.

WarmGreyDot.png

Add beauty and sophistication to the world.

Get Involved

Want to check out the action to see what's going on?

WarmGreyDot.png

The mail list archives are viewable at Nabble. When you are ready to jump in, subscribe to the Team mailing list. Choose a normal subscription, not a daily digest, as that makes actually joining discussions much harder.

Don't do it alone!

WarmGreyDot.png

Announce your presence by sending an email of introduction to the list describing your experience and interests.

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.

WarmGreyDot.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!

WarmGreyDot.png

Join the Team IRC channel at #ubuntu-artwork on irc.FreeNode.net.

WarmGreyDot.png

What is IRC, and how does it work?.

WarmGreyDot.png

We recommend the XChat-client: XChat Howto.

- Logs of everything spoken in the channel.

Taking it all the way!

WarmGreyDot.png

Launchpad is the hub of the community wheel. To obtain a general understanding of Launchpad ( New Account ).

Places

WarmGreyDot.png

Add or find wallpapers on our Flickr pool

WarmGreyDot.png

Get/create/translate/share marketing material such as posters and brochures on SpreadUbuntu

Our wiki

WarmGreyDot.png

Official Artwork – Most importantly the Ubuntu Logo

WarmGreyDot.png

Documentation – On artistic and technical matters

WarmGreyDot.png

Incoming – Artwork proposals and submissions for previous releases

WarmGreyDot.png

Archives – The look of previous releases

WarmGreyDot.png

Tasks – Artwork and wiki related tasks for community members

Flavours Of Ubuntu


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.

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