Re: Exciting GNOME?
- From: Seth Nickell <snickell gmail com>
- To: Pat Suwalski <pat suwalski net>
- Cc: GNOME Desktop Development List <desktop-devel-list gnome org>
- Subject: Re: Exciting GNOME?
- Date: Wed, 16 Feb 2005 03:14:24 -0500
Both Novell (as Nat and Jimmac have stated before) and Red Hat (at
this point, people weren't in the beginning, but its now Fedora, not
RH) are happy with the use of Industrial or Bluecurve, respectively
(though bluecurve *might* have to be called something different as
bluecurve is TMed AFAIK). That said, while Bluecurve is a lovely theme
with a lot of things that recommend it as a default sort of theme, the
grey is going to look dated in a few years (if it doesn't already).
In the bluecurve department, ClearLook
(http://gnome-look.org/content/show.php?content=19527), which I just
found through this thread, looks like a hands-down improvement. I'm
probably going to suggest we cut Fedora over to it, as its both
clearly an iteration of Bluecurve (which we use as default today) and
quite a lovely change.
On Tue, 15 Feb 2005 12:13:50 -0500, Pat Suwalski <pat suwalski net> wrote:
> Gabriel Bauman wrote:
> > Most folks I know install GNOME, shudder, then install Bluecurve and
> > never look back.
> > Is it a Red Hat licensing issue perhaps?
> I would say it's a little more than that. Bluecurve is what identifies
> RedHat. I don't think that it would be appropriate to use it, legally
> possible or not. The same applies to Ximian/Novell and Industrial.
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