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Topaz Brainstorm

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Submitted:  Sep 15 2006
Updated:  Jan 18 2008


This is my first mockup for a future, slick, integrated desktop environment, hoping to help someway for Topaz.

Some ideas taken from the net, some maybe new. What do you think?

Please note that this is only a mock-up, not a really existing theme, I just wanted to show some ideas. This means that you cannot install/use/have this on your computer, but instead you are encouraged to leave opinions, comments, suggestions, etc. either here or in the related blog.

Small note: no, that "evil-looking thing" (as someone called it :D ) you can see on the wallpaper won't become the Gnome 3.0 logo. I just put it there to experiment something with Inkscape and I didn't remove it.

Note also that I'm not part at all of any Gnome-related team (developers, artists, whatever). So, this isn't anything "official", nor directly related to Topaz. It just shows some ideas that I'd like if implemented sometime in the future.

- wallpaper by paninaro ( http://www.kde-look.org/content/show.php?content=37891 )
- icons: Tango ( http://www.tango-project.org )
- "on-going" idea by kiras ( http://www.kde-look.org/content/show.php?content=33673 )

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 by Zarge on: Nov 3 2006
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How can i install this? im using fedora cora if it helps and im a n00b, so im blank on linux :P

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 Re: How?

 by fredp on: Nov 5 2006
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You can't have it. If you read the description above, you have seen that this is only a mock-up, not a real theme.


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 by qazmalar on: Nov 6 2006
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its really GOOD idea.. i like this :)

somebody must do that.. i can help ;)

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 by gema on: Nov 17 2006
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I like it, but who will do it? :]

There is no good or evil: only power and those too weak to seak it.
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 add something?

 by minciue on: Nov 27 2006
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The 'My Files' popup (or whatever you want to call it) could use some sort of a search box, don't ya think?

There are a few interesting ideas here, It's nice.

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 Re: add something?

 by fredp on: Nov 27 2006
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Yeah, I guess it should, really.

That was only a quick example to show the idea of an integrated system for tagging files. I think it would be really handy (and cool :D ) to have a quick way to find files simply narrowing the search adding more filter tags.
IMHO Gnome 3 should really have something like this, but of course it should be better designed.

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 Something moving on

 by fredp on: Dec 20 2006
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Well, instead of preparing for my exams soon in January, I'm doing a bit of work on Foopanel2, making it similar to the dock in this mockup.
Now I need your help in defining the categories shown (though they will be plugin, so more things could be added) and the layout of each "balloon" (the popups, as shown in "network" and "my files").

(btw, "My Files" backend will be Gnome's Meta Tracker - great software, and I don't want to reinvent the wheel)

So, let's define:

  1. the Network balloon: what would you like to have in there?

  2. the My Files balloon: there will be a free search-box and some way to filter files through tags - how could be these things placed in the popup?

If you can, please post some simple mockup/picture showing your ideas (host them on imageshack.us for example).

Thank you all

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 by EnNe on: Dec 20 2006
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UUuuh... i love this idea.
someone must do this!!!

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