Re: Inverted theme in gnome-themes

Il giorno mar, 15/05/2007 alle 18.46 +0100, Thomas Wood ha scritto:
> On 05/15/2007 06:07 PM, Calum Benson wrote:
> > Hi Andrea,
> > 
> > On Mon, 2007-05-14 at 22:31 +0200, Andrea Cimitan wrote:
> >>  
> >> Welcome back Calum.
> >> 	I've another question.
> >> Benzea branched gtk-engine with my last works instead of branching on
> >> april. Could you branch gnome-themes without Inverted and Gummy metacity
> >> and gtk themes? This is to avoid user to use them.
> >> Imho it's better first as we need test and second because I would be
> >> better as a marketing decision to release it in 2.19-2.20.
> >> Also to propose a new look in the time kde4 will come.
> > 
> > Sorry, I didn't get your message until after I'd made the 2.19.2
> > tarball, but I wanted to confirm exactly what you're asking for
> > anyway...
> > 
> > Are you saying you'd like a branch of gnome-themes that includes the
> > Inverted and Gummy themes, and to keep those two themes out of the trunk
> > altogether for now?  And then merge them again later in the 2.19 release
> > cycle?
> I think this is what he would like, but I think it might be better if we 
> could actually create a new module for extra themes. We already have 
> gnome-themes-extras, which hasn't seen much action for quite some time. 
> Perhaps Christian would permit Andrea to play around with this module 
> for experimenting with new themes?
> Regards,
> Thomas

I'd like to remove my last works from the 2.18.X branches and place in
the 2.19.2...
Surely I'd like to add them for the 2.20 but I think it might be better
to add them only in the future major GNOME release since users need a
"jump" of features (from nothing to 4 themes more) rather than a slow
but continuos improvement.
That's the way I suggest to follow, yes it's only a marketing decision
since the themes are stable but that's what we should try.

In future we will think and discuss about metathemes.

Best Regards, 
	Andrea Cimitan
Andrea Cimitan <andrea cimitan gmail com>

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