The CentOS Artwork Repository has been updated and needs to be tested by
The CentOS Community.
To test The CentOS Artwork Repository, you need to:
1. Follow the steps described in the page http://wiki.centos.org/ArtWork
to configure your workstation and your working copy.
2. Read the documentation at
`trunk/Manuals/Tcar-ug/tcar-ug-xhtml/index.html' to get a background
information about the production environment your working copy
is and how you can make use of it.
3. Explore the directory structure and play with centos-art.sh script.
Specifically with functionalities like render, help and locale. This
functionalities are described in the documentation named before. The
source code of these functionalities is also available at
trunk/Scripts/Bash/Functions, in case you are interested to contribute.
The present state (revision 880) of The CentOS Artwork Repository
published at https://projects.centos.org/svn/artwork is still an ongoing
work and needs much more attention. So, if you consider that something
must be improved or isn't working as expected, please send an e-mail to
email@example.com describing what you've found. Likewise if you
find your self in trouble performing any of the previous steps, send an
e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org to find answers.
Personally, I'm very interested about the community needs and wishes
related to the creation of a consistent visual identity for The CentOS
Project that can be refreshed/updated each time a new major release of
The CentOS Distribution be published. Initially it may not be possible
to satisfy everything immediately but knowing such information will help
us to identify and give priority to those areas with higher demand and,
this way, work on the routes that will help us to get there, where we
want to be.