Re: themes and gnome (standardized directory idea)

I think a central gtk-themes cvs module would be cool. Maybe we can crux
and thin ice engines to this module as well.


On Thu, 2002-06-27 at 13:42, Calum Benson wrote:
> Dave Bordoley wrote:
> > 
> > Tigert had mentioned the idea of theme authors being able to distribute
> > themeballs on nautilus-list awhile ago. These would be tar.gz packages
> > that includes themes for a bunch of different stuff that compliment each
> > other well. These aren't quite metathemes in that the user is still free
> > to pick and choose for the individual component. So here's a proposal.
> While we're on the subject, we need to decide PDQ where in CVS we should
> be storing standard system themes.  For example, right now nobody is
> really testing their apps with the accessible low vision themes
> (high+low contrast, regular+large print) to make sure their apps don't
> break with them, because they only exist in various peoples' inboxes
> rather than in GNOME CVS where they ought to be.  This isn't helping
> anyone.
> I think Bill's had this "where do we put them" discussion with various
> likely module maintainers and reached an impasse, so can we start it
> again and sort it out...?
> Cheeri,
> Calum.
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