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* Need to import new package with the theme - DONE
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None out of the scope of this future.
* Introduce theme selection support, preferably into the appearances caplet - in progress
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* Set the engine as default in Fedora
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== Contingency Plan ==
 
== Contingency Plan ==

Revision as of 19:56, 14 July 2008

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Nodoka Notification Theme

Summary

Create new theme/engine in Nodoka style for the notification bubbles that are currently plain and ugly looking.

Owner

  • Name: mso

Current status

  • Targeted release: Fedora 10
  • Last updated: 2008-07-14
  • Percentage of completion: 80%
  • Progress:
    • Write working, feature complete engine: DONE
    • Import the package into Fedora: DONE
    • Add support for notification themes selection into appearance caplet: in progress
    • Make default
    • Finetune the desing: in progress


Detailed Description

Notification-daemon is one of the libraries that though it supports theming, so far no effort has been made to make new, better separate themes for it. In Fedora, unlike Ubuntu, we use the standard theme, which looks ugly. This feature tries to create a better theme designed specially for Fedora, which means it needs to part of the Nodoka Theme.

The development is happening in the same place as the rest of the Nodoka Themes - [1].

Benefit to Fedora

New theme for notification daemon improves general user experience from the fedora artwork, which is therefore more consistent and better looking.

Scope

New engine that provides the same features as the default notification-deamon engine needs to be created and built into Fedora. We need a more convenient way for users to switch between the different themes than having to edit gconf keys.

Test Plan

  • Build into Fedora
  • Set as default engine
  • Use
  • Test themes selection

User Experience

User gets better looking notification bubbles but with same functionality as provides the upstream default theme.

Dependencies

None out of the scope of this future.

Contingency Plan

Stay with the current theme.

Documentation

None available.

Release Notes

None needed, perhaps just a note about the change.