Debian Team Seeks Talented Artists for Debian 10 Buster

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Jonathan Carter, one of the developers of the Debian project, announced last weekend that Submissions for Debian 10 Buster art are officially open.

If you are a talented artist and want millions of Debian users to see your work, you are invited to submit your best work for Debian 10 Buster, which has an agreed date of mid 2019.

All interested artists can submit their work until before September 5, 2018, of course, it must meet certain requirements.

One of the most important criteria for your art to be chosen is that it looks "Debian", that it relates to the art that is usually used on the system. As well, art must be integrated into the operating system without the need to patch any software. Last but not least, All artwork submitted must be clean and designed so that it does not disturb users.

"For Debian version 10.0, the Debian project is looking for proposals for art and other graphics for system design. Like everything else in Debian, finding the art for the next version of the system is a collaborative effort that Debian shares with its community.”You can read it in the official publication.

The winner will be announced later this year

As usual, only one art set will be selected for Debian 10 Buster, so be sure to submit your best work. Before sending your work it is recommended that you give it a look at winning art for Debian 9 Stretch on the system wiki.

Once the time to submit the art is over (September 5, 2018) a committee will review the best ones and give its result on September 26, 2018 presented the next Debian 10 Buster design.


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  1.   gorlok said

    Not a single link? 🙁

  2.   fredyfx said

    This is the email they sent: https://lists.debian.org/debian-devel-announce/2018/06/msg00003.html
    When doing translations for another site, at least post useful links.
    Greetings.

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