Fwd: Featured Personas/Themes for Thunderbird - Suggestions wanted
axel.grude at googlemail.com
Wed Jun 20 15:26:57 UTC 2012
I believe Mark is looking for suggestions that are really Personas (the new "lite"
Themes). I already had drafted an email with 3 suggestions when it came to me that
this not about (what we would call) themes anymore.
Otherwise I would have suggested
1 - Nautipolis (excellent and very usable)
2 - TT deepdark (best of the dark and monochrome ones)
3 - charamel X (as it really tries to add some innovation as well)
> I'm forwarding this request to Kenneth Barbalace, who is the themes guru among the
> AMO editors, so probably has as good an idea of anyone of what quality themes exist.
> -------- Original Message --------
> I'm looking to get together a collection of featured Personas/Themes  for
> Thunderbird. These will appear in the Add-ons Manager tab under the Get Add-ons pane.
> I'm going to mainly talk about Personas, as that is what they are currently called,
> but they will be renamed as Themes
> at some stage in the future. If you want even more clarification, I'm specifically
> looking for Lightweight themes.
> Adding the list of featured Personas will give us an additional link direct to
> Personas on AMO on that Get Add-ons pane, making it much easier for users to find
> the site and look through the whole list of Personas.
> At this stage, I'm looking for a generic set that could be featured all year round.
> Hence suggestions are welcome. Before you all dive in, here's a basic list of
> requirements for what I'd like to see:
> * Thunderbird related is a bonus
> * A mixture of styles
> * Look good in all of the Thunderbird windows where we display Personas
> * The final list will contain about 5 Personas
> Please put your suggestions here: https://etherpad.mozilla.org/lzFJm9uR5z
> I'll leave it about a week (so lets say closing date is end of day Monday 25th
> June), before working out how to reduce the list for the final collection - I'll see
> how many entries we get.
> You can view all personas at https://addons.mozilla.org/thunderbird/personas/
> Currently from within Thunderbird, you can go to Tools -> Add-ons -> Get Add-ons.
> Then next to "Up & Coming" select "See all" to get you a tab with the add-ons site.
> Then you can select "Personas" from underneath the "Add-ons" title at the top of the
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