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Old 09-03-2012, 08:33 AM
Jaroslav Reznik
 
Default Fedora Jam - KDE splash and wallpapers for Fedora Audio Spin

----- Original Message -----
> Hi all!
>
> This is my first post to the list! I've been working with Jorn Lomax
> as
> part of the Google Summer of Code project the Fedora audio spin. I
> believe Jorn introduced himself here [1].

Hi and welcome!

> We've come a long way now and have decided on using KDE as the base
> system for the Fedora Jam audio spin.

Good choice! As a KDE SIG member and author of KDM/KSplash themes I
can help you with implementation issues - take a look on kde-settings,
spherical-cow-kde-theme packages.

> We are probably going to use a darker KDE theme by default (such as
> Oxygen or Caledonia) and are desperately in need of some KDE splash
> and
> wallpaper ideas that will fit with this.

What we do now is that we just set default wallpaper for every KDM/
KSplash release. There was time when I was playing with it but it's
really time consuming. Especially with all theming support - it was
hard to achieve nice results.

But there's new possibility of interactive QML based KSplash I'd like
to investigate.

> Whilst we don't have any firm suggestions in mind it would be great
> of
> we could somehow create a theme which can somehow encompass more than
> a
> few of the many aspects surrounding music and audio production -
> e.g.
> classical, modern, electronic, live, recording etc. Some have
> suggested
> and elegant collage of instruments and/or recording gear, but we are
> really very open for all kinds of ideas [2]. It may not even need to
> relate to audio at all but just look really cool and modern! I think
> this is a really creative opportunity here if any is interested!.
>
> We have created a placeholder package (fedora-jam-backgrounds)
> already
> which contains a simple audio waveform on a black background, which
> will
> be replaced [3].
>
> Once a spin is approved via the Spins wrangler what is the submission
> process so far as the design team is concerned?

Just follow the Fedora schedules to deliver packages in time for Fedora
release.

> thanks for your help!
>
> Brendan
> (Music Creation SIG / GSOC mentor)

Jaroslav

> [1]
> http://lists.fedoraproject.org/pipermail/design-team/2012-June/005594.html
> [2]
> http://lists.fedoraproject.org/pipermail/music/2012-July/001201.html
> [3]
> http://lists.fedoraproject.org/pipermail/music/2012-July/001238.html
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