Centralization of graphical awesomeness

Davide Scaini dscaini at gmail.com
Wed Oct 28 12:59:27 CET 2009

ha ha ok, i'll wait. But please, share ;-)

On Wed, Oct 28, 2009 at 12:51 PM, DJDAS <djdas at djdas.net> wrote:

> Davide Scaini wrote:
> > DJDAS i share some thoughts with you ideed... but: this is a
> > community, why don't you share your work?
> Simply because ATM our work (it's not ONLY mine but we are a team of
> about 10 people) it's not more than a simple prototype, we are hardly
> working but obviously in our spare time so we prefer to achieve almost
> an alpha stage before sharing our ideas ;) they're too much a WIP...
> > Sincerely, I'm interested in "what works" as an end user and as you
> > already said. I'm not involved in this competition, and i just want to
> > get out the most from this discussion to have a working brick. So
> > please don't misunderstand me. (I'll try lowres tweaks asap, my fr is
> > getting buzzfixed now)
> I'm too interested in "what works" but more in "what we can do to let it
> work better", it's not a competition, it's a matter of research, sharing
> ideas and propose, not stopping at what we have here, whining and
> nothing more (otherwise I would by an HTC with Android if I only wanted
> a Linux-phone)
> >
> > So why don't we talk about future? What are we going to do with our
> > brick?
> I think we could do very beautiful things, we need only a couple of
> months, as I said previously, and then we could speak about how push
> forward our work :)
> >
> > ps: I think that SHR is what now is "working out of the box", is
> > moving fast and imho is the best distro i tried (qtopia, debian, shr,
> > om, hackable - i tried all of them); i hope that with
> > this: http://blog.shr-project.org/2009/10/shr-theme-contest.html
> > they'll find some fast and working theme.
> Personally I don't, but world is beautiful because it's various :P
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