I can design 2D graphics using GIMP and I also have experience with
Blender. I like minimal design, and have interests in philosophy and
I am working on a personal website, and I can imagine myself creating
pixel art and working on interfaces.
I was attracted to Fedora because of its excellent support of multimedia
applications and its efficient interface.
Let me know if there is a project for me.
Hi galls and guys,
I saw that there are no up to date instuctions for getting Blender
2.56 running on Fedora, not even on Blender wiki so I wrote up this
http://bit.ly/gLQgFS or long version:
I would like to ask you to try out these instructions and post any
feedback that you have, especially if there are some errors in
Also if there are some Blender artists in Fedora design team please
test if all Blender functions work correctly.
I saw some Blender 2.56 packages in Koji for F15, does anybody know if
Blender 2.56 will ship with Fedora 15?
I talked with few Blender artists that I know and asked them which
version of Blender they used. They all replied that they used 2.56 and
not 2.49. They all claim that Blender 2.56 is rock solid on both OSX
and Windows, I don't know Blender artists that use Linux :(
So if Blender 2.56 turns out to be stable could it be made to replace
aging 2.45 in Fedora 14 and 15?
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I have the following problem :
I use an Acer S series Penthium 3 , disk C 20 Gb , disk D80 Gb, RAM 512 Mb.
Boatloader : Windows 2000 Prof
SCO unix 5.05 Eb
First I install Windows on C 16 Mb FAT12 , 30 Gb on D.
Then I install SCO Unix .
Next and last I install FC.
Till FC9 everything runs fine.
When I do an upgrade (so FC10 etc.) all keeps running fine.
When I do a fresh install (FC10 and higher , so PAE) suddenly the FAT12
file on C changes from 16 Mb to 15 Mb and I cannot boot SCO anymore .
Windows runs fine.
After a fresh install (FC10 and higher ,so PAE) FC has strange problems
: K3B does not functionate proper , no recognation of inserted DVD´s :
I would like to solve this problem ( how do you and can you if possible
install FC10 and higher without PAE) and I am very curious what are the
reasons that this problem occurs.
Ger van Dijck.
Tel.:0032 (0)89 56 86 05
Fax.:0032 (0)89 75 51 15
(I think all this time our UTC time has been wrong, whoops)
Design ponies and unicorns,
Yes, it's time for another sparkly, horned, be-ribboned, and
rainbow-colored meeting of the minds! ;-) Meeting's on today in
#fedora-design at 2000 UTC (3 pm Eastern US).
Here's a rough agenda; if you have interest in any of the items below
please feel free to comment here on list before the meeting or add
- Design team blog update
- Fedora 15 supplemental wallpaper submissions - how are we doing?
- Image annotation app
- Fedora 15 Wallpaper - Nightingale
- FUDcon Tempe
• ianweller to advertise supplemental wallpapers in the
linux-flossrelated deviant art groups (list is above in notes)
Again, the meeting will be in #fedora-design on irc.freenode.net, 2000
In October 08, 2010, I submitted a design for ticket #159. Back then, I
wanted the team to critique the work. (See follow-up comment #5 at
https://fedorahosted.org/design-team/ticket/159). The team was focusing
on the wallpaper design for F14 at that time and so, nothing much was
said about my solution.
I'd like to present it again. I have included the initial mail below as
it contains my thoughts on the work at that time. I look forward to your
INITIAL MAIL FOLLOWS:-------------------------------------------------
I have uploaded a skirmish design for ticket #159.
After much research on mailer regulations, I settled for a 5.25"x5.25"
size mailer jacket. It might be worth it to pursue a design for a
6"x7.25" generic envelop for overprotective people ... like me (I like
to add extra padding/polystyrene to project the media). I couldn't find
much for European mailer regulations so I hope this is universal enough.
I used Bitstream Vera Sans for Addresses taking cognizance of accepted
mailer typeface (USPS). I believe the font is free from license issues.
Correct me if I'm wrong. The 'Air Mail' label employs yet another open
font - IM Fell Double Pica. I have two proposals, A & B. The variation
lies with the Logos on the Front Side. I am not sure an "Air Mail"
label placed on the right is acceptable by law -- well, my predecessor
had his like that so, ... I made a version like that too. It seems
better that way. However, all other reference materials I found, had it
on the left which would put our lovely fedora logo out of place ...
In type-B, The only place the fedora logo can fit in is between the
Return Address and the Recipient's Address (Turn on 'restrictions' layer
for further guidance'). Well, the front is encumbered by restrictions so
I couldn't do much there. The rear allowed for some innovation but I
kept it minimal as requested. Feel free to check out those designs and
critique as necessary. You might want to view some of my reference
materials ... I hope I was well guided:
http://ribbs.usps.gov/onecodesolution/SPUSPS-B-3200E001.pdfhttp://ankursinha.fedorapeople.org/mailer/http://www.baystateenvelope.com/pdfs/Postal%20Guidelines%20Primer.pdfhttp://www.siemons.com/forms/pdf/designing_letter_reply_mail.pdfhttp://xml.coverpages.org/USPS-PostalAddressingPub28.pdfhttp://pe.usps.com/mpdesign/pdf/PBRMCrd/ -->various cards with address
layout by USPS
As I was working on this, I got this crazy idea. I may be asking for
much, but what if the Addressing was automated ... just like the Fedora
Ambassadors business Cards? What if we could type a bash command and
get the code to read the Freemedia Contributor's Details, fill that in,
fill-in the supplied recipient from the Freemedia form dB ...and the
result is the approved design bearing all that is necessary. Just
print, fold, glue, stamp, and mail. How about that? The code could even
do the Intelligent bar coding (that thing adds another attraction to the
entire design ...you know). All details for that are contained in one of
the reference materials above -- they even added the source code (at
least it looked like it). Oops ... enough rambling. I hope I've not
been too naive