I feel like the phase of heavy design turnovers and big changes is about to end and we are entering a phase of refinement and bug fixing. (Correct me if that’s a wrong impression @c-lobrano)
For our general motivation and a transparent project insight I would like to gather where we stand:
- The GNOME shell theme is almost finished and thanks to @godlyranchdressing we can toggle between dark and white components in one line of code if we feel this way
- The GTK3 theme has come down to a beautiful yet usable state where we found a way to keep several branding elements and yet “reducing the orange” to a good medium amount - thanks to @nusi and @jaggers
- The GTK2 theme was paused in a phase where many changes hit the road and has been postponed until we are sure that we reached a mature state in GTK3 theming
- I just found out that a QT-Theme is provided by tsujan on github but I don’t know weither @didrocks is already informed and connected about his progress and how Qt-themes can be included into the snap?
Maybe we can leave the Design threads for now and continue to report our road to 18.10 and becoming the default theme in here.
I am currently working on the dark GTK3 version which some GNOME apps (some are even core apps in Ubuntu) use by default.