You can choose to use this ppa or take directly the deb package.
Alternatively you can download the archive and install themes manually by copying Ambiance and Radiance into your local Fluxbox styles folder:
The idea is provide new (incoming) developers with a grafic tool that should be helpful during the merge operation.
I called it HYM (but suggestions are welcome!) and got a first approach using balsamiq. I would like to proceed following these steps:
Show mockup and get feedbacks (in particular I would know if there were actions to remove/add/change at gui that developers usally do during merge)
Apply feedbacks and create project in LP (with the maintainers group, all architects are welcome)
Start modelling application using UML (specify, construct and document the artifacts)
Call for feedbacks again about structure and choose which technologies will be used to deploy/develop application.
I don’t know if a tool like this one could be helpful to improve the development of Ubuntu. Considering I would like to know your thoughts about, I’m going to show you the mockup (step 1). Click on the image below (direct link) and please leave a feedback/suggestion:
In the last weeks (as already posted in Ubuntu-it gets new website article) we redesigned ubuntu-it website in order to fall template into line with the new brand of Ubuntu.
While we were working on homepage, we asked ourself how to realize the concept of community and how mix it to the invitation to join us, all in a single image. The result was a “ubuntu” writing, collected with heads of planet.u.c and planet.u-it.org. The following image is in high resolution format (6000×1500) so you could print it (if you want) and show it during a party/meeting/or_similiar to convey the idea that ubuntu is made by me, by you, by your friends and your family, by us all together.