On Monday 11 October 2010 18:12:42 Brian Cameron wrote: > One issue that I have noticed with screen shots taken in the past is > that they tend to show off the way GNOME looks in a particular distro > with distro branding, etc. This is understandable since people taking > screenshots would likely often overlook this as a concern. > > However, if we are going to put together some more formal screenshots > to use going forward, then it seems that it would be nice to either: > > 1) Organize screenshots taken on a variety of distros so that we are > not seen as favoring one distro over another (even unintentionally). > This might be cool since we could show off that GNOME is widely > used across many distributions, but might be more work to organize. > > 2) Configure the desktop so that distro specific branding is removed > before taking the screenshots, so it has more of a vanilla (or > "unbranded") look. > > If we are going to do this, then it would be useful to have some > guidelines about how to go about taking screenshots for use by > upstream GNOME. Such guidelines could include infomration about how > to reset your desktop configuration to an approved neutral unbranded > state. Or do such guidelines already exist somewhere? In openSUSE you can install either the openSUSE-branding packages or the upstream-branding. That's how I made a few vanilla GNOME screenshots. By tomorrow I'll have a space to put 'em and you'll get them. Will be just 3-4 but they might be usable for GNOME.org. > Brian
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