Just noticed a few days ago, one of the #! forum moderators @omns, had changed his nick to @itnahsmo and the signature to "retired". Well i just wanted to express my respect to my pal @omns, who, in the few interactions i had with him in this forum, showed me nothing else than respect, balance, disposal to help, and real care about #! and its community.
Greetings Earthlings :DDue to omns leaving us for a break, I have taken over the setting up of this popular thread. We hope to see as many excellent contributions as we have had in previous months' threads. Please ensure that you use thumbnails when linking to the larger image to help those of us with slow connections. An example of the code needed is below (courtesy of omns
Together with the new Ubuntu Lucid Lynx release, Canonical is actually introduce the new theme on the new Ubuntu 10.04. The new Ubuntu Logo already launched and it has thinner font and smaller icon. In my own opinion, the new Ubuntu logo is quite better than all previoust logos.
I recently came across a post-Debian-netinstall script on omns's blog and this got my interest. I played a little bit with a Debian netinstall and omns's script in Virtualbox, but I can't get it to work. I thought I'd try to do it manually, so I can see whether this is script-related or my own thing.Now I just installed the base system.
Where I'm on holiday, and I'm glad to report that the CCTV monitor in the bus I was on the other day showed me a screen of a Linux booting at one point.
Bad form - they should have got a distro that shows a logo or something, and preferably got it customized to their own logo, but I guess that kind of expertise doesn't exist here. Wish I could have gotten a pic for you guys :).
Hey guys I hope this is the right section to put this in. I was wondering if some of you guys could help me by making a logo for the distribution I am building. It is called mnml*nix it is going to be a mostly dark minimal and CLI based (with X) I am also hoping for some wallpapers if any of you guys would like to take a shot at making some dark minimal retro style wallpapers.
Ever since Android was first released, it has kept the same logo. Now, five and a half years after the first Android device was released, Google might be looking to change that logo.
A boot animation for the upcoming LG G Watch shows what might be the future logo of Android, when, towards the end of the video we see a new Android watermark.