First of all, thanks to all the well wishers when I was feeling ill recently! You guys are super awesome and I'm glad I have so many supporters out there :) But, let's get to the good stuff ;)
I've done a few mockups and participated in the design of a few different applications, and came up with designs for new applications, but one guy going around one by one isn't really going to have a ton of impact. So I've been thinking about designing things on a per-widget basis. In this way I can provide more modular designs that anyone can make use of in any of their apps. And I think that's a pretty cool idea, personally :)
So, in keeping with th
Hello Deviants. I know that I promised an update the the elementary theme (gtk and icons) by Yesterday. But we've run into a problem. I have become extremely ill with stomach flu and I feel like I'm dying. I'm only writing this because I've taken gratuitous amount of Ibuprofen and my fingers feel a bit like jelly.
Sorry to disappoint. I'm hoping to be back to normal as soon as possible so I can kick out that update.
[EDIT]: Thanks for all the well wishes everyone. You guys are all awesome :)
Hey Friends. I'm working on a project that I think everyone will enjoy, and there's something I need to make it really awesome. I need some nice big web banners for your favorite linux apps. I've made a couple examples just to get the ideas going:
I'm sure you all can come up with some really cool ones that'll blow mine away. So, please make a ton and send them in!
One more little thing. I have a template for you to use: http://www.elementary-project.com/abuse/banners/bannertemplate.svg
Thanks a ton :D
As you probably know, elementary OS ships with a tweaked GNOME environment. So as far as file browsing goes, we're looking at Nautilus to serve our needs. And unfortunately, looking at Nautilus leads to a lot of questions like, "What the hell was that guy smoking when he wrote that." So, being the person I am, I set out to find a solution. A lot of us did. And we found it in Marcus Carlson's nice little patched Nautilus. But, now that's no longer maintained. *tear*
So, what better project to take over its development than elementary itself? None other! If you're using our desktop PPA you should notice a spiffy new Nautilus in your next upda
So, I got a chance to be at UDS this year and I met some really awesome people. You know what that means! elementary finally has a PPA!
You can inspect the PPA here: https://launchpad.net/~elementaryart/+archive/ppa
In Karmic you can open up terminal and add the ppa with "sudo add-apt-repository ppa:elementaryart"
Thanks to Andrew Starr-Bochicchio & Michael Rooney!
Okay, so some people are complaining about not being able to resolve dependencies (read: aurora). That's okay, because if you trust us, we have an even better PPA to give you. BUT I'M GOING TO WARN YOU: THIS PPA CONTAINS SOFTWARE THAT WAS NOT CREATED BY INDIVIDUALS O