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By theobroma
Published: Jun 9 2005
Its been a while since I have posted any news to KDE-look.org as I have been pretty busy working on the new KDE-Artists.org site. Which I am proud to say is now live!

Here are just a few things you will be able to do at KDE-Artists.org: use our Kollaboration forum (Where your art meets their code), work with others to watch your ideas or concepts come to life, interact with and learn from seasoned developers, learn new "tips and tricks", easily find guidelines for creating high quality KDE artwork, acquire re-usable tools like color palettes, and icon elements, get involved with the "official development", vote for preferences, help establish standards, get involved to help coordinate the look and feel of each release, and request specific artwork for your applications and more.

KDE-Artists.org strives to work with and compliment some of the best sites around. Such as KDE-Look.org, KDE-Apps.org, KDE-Files.org....OK anything Frank has created for KDE, and any other sites that are related to KDE. It is important to the KDE-Artists.org team that everybody understands that we do NOT offer anything like what you will find on any of the sites mentioned above. What you will find are links all through out KDE-Artists.org and the Kollaboration forum that point to what we refer to as, KDE-Frank sites ;) . These sites are unique and powerful. They stand out in the KDE community as central pillars that support some of the most active individual and group based contributions that exist. Our hats are off to you Frank, thank you.

The contests will resume here at KDE-Look in the next month. We will be kicking off the First Annual Icon Marathon soon. So stay tuned and keep checking back.



 Broken link

 by Sudonix on: Jun 10 2005
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First KDE-Artists link broken. "http://" forgotten? :)

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 Re: Broken link

 by theobroma on: Jun 10 2005
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Thank you. Kollaboration works. hehe.

Las cosas claras y el chocolate espreso. (Ideas should be clear and chocolate thick.) - Spanish proverb
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 by Brandybuck on: Jun 10 2005
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Stop with the nasty floating popups! At the very minimum put in a delay or something. They're horribly annoying. Even 90's style blinking text is better than this crap.

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 Re: Stop!

 by theobroma on: Jun 11 2005
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Huh? More info please:)

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 Re: Re: Stop!

 by Brandybuck on: Jun 11 2005
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Go into the image gallery, and move your cursor over one the folder icons. Up pops this wierd orange "tip text" javascript thingy that follows your mouse. It's very annoying.

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 Indian Themes

 by raisaahab on: Jun 24 2005
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Hi Guys,

I am working on localization of Linux for India (in Hindi). I am hoping to put up a beta version of a liveCD distribution for download in place soon.

Microsoft has recently launched a XP starter pack in Hindi too.

I need to get some splash screens, backgrounds etc with themes that would appeal to an Indian audience. (e.g. a bootsplash screen could have some abstract image of "Namaste")

I would be greatful if anyone can privide me with some links, resources, help or tips for this.


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