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[opensuse-gnome] Fwd: [opensuse-artwork] Sonor

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From: Nelson Marques <nmo.marques@xxxxxxxxx>
Date: 2011/9/23
Subject: Re: [opensuse-artwork] Sonor
To: Marcus Moeller <marcus.moeller@xxxxxx>
Cc: opensuse-artwork@xxxxxxxxxxxx

I'm not the one to speak on behalf of the openSUSE GNOME, but this was
discussed previously on a GNOME Team meeting, and we considered the
option of changing default branding as long as the maintainer would
keep maintaining the package (due to potential G3 changes).

I'm not sure if people are aware, but 'Half-Left' has been working
closely with us to provide a full Sonar theme (GNOME Shell and GTK3).
Most people I've seen are thrilled with this, and it's a new life in
the GNOME channel.

Previously Vincent has requested for someone to port Sonar and use
it... Now that's it's done people want to bail out ?

I trully don't understand this... This shouldn't be decided on
ARTWORK, but instead with the GNOME Team, this is not the right
channel to override decisions and thoughts from the GNOME team people.

my 2 cents,

"From times to times the tree of freedom must be refreshed with the
blood of tyrants and patriots" - Thomas Jefferson

2011/9/23 Marcus Moeller <marcus.moeller@xxxxxx>:
Hi all.

As we seem to tend to use a blue wallpaper this time, I would like to
propose NOT to use Sonar anymore.

Imho, Sonar was never really beautiful, It's way to dark and has some
strange colors.

I would rather like to stick with the GNOME 3 default theme which is
Adwaita. This one is compatible with nearly every design.


PS: I know Vincent likes Sonar a lot, but I think he could also live with
Adwaita (listening to his GNOME heart :))

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