The Ubuntu Wallpaper Contest for 12.10 is now open for submissions - but if you thinking of taking part there are some small changes to be aware of.
When the RTM (release to manufacturing) build of Windows 8 leaked a few days back, there was only one thing some users wanted from it: its wallpapers. Knowing this, DeviantArt user misaki2009 extracted the wallpapers and packaged them up for download.
Finding a new desktop wallpaper is not hard, is it? All it takes is a quick Google. But sometimes we're our own worst enemy. The wallpapers we choose, for all of their allure, can be distracting - from blinding bokeh backdrops, nature scenes that we can't resist daydreaming over, to the bright lights of an urban city-scape continually drawing the eye. To use a clichéd motto: it sometimes pays to keep things simple.
From a poll of thousands, 13 photographic wallpapers have been chosen for inclusion in Ubuntu 12.04. As with previous releases, the submissions were picked through an open contest run on social networking site Flickr.
Big changes are happening to Chrome OS – Google’s Linux-based ‘web only’ operating system. The most surprising of these is the introduction of a ‘desktop’ and window manager called Aura: – Now of course, you […]
We're edging every closer to the decision date for the Ubuntu wallpaper contest - the date at which a dozen or so user-contributed wallpapers will be packaged up and shipped by default in Ubuntu 12.04 for 20 million users to gawp at. I trawled through the hundreds of submissions already entered into the competition to pull out 10 drapes I think are pretty special. Whether or not they make it into Ubuntu itself will be said later this month, but they nevertheless remain beautiful wallpapers worthy of covering your desktop in.
No-one likes staring at a rubbish desktop wallpaper. Unfortunately for Ubuntu its recent crop of default wallpapers haven’t been the strongest in its seven-year history. So I decided to blend the ‘purple-ness’ of Ubuntu’s recent […]
Software Developer Robert Sarkozi has a passion for photography, and uploads the best snaps he takes to his Flickr account. Rather than have them sit there unused and unseen he wants to 'share them with people'
You helped choose them, and now Lubuntu 11.10 has them.
The wallpaper contest for Ubuntu 11.10, which sees a number of user submitted wallpapers selected to ship on the Ubuntu CD, is now open for submissions.
The release of Ubuntu 11.10 might be several months away but ramp up the excitement anyway with this 'Narwhal meet Ocelot' design wallpaper.
Hands up if you remember those gorgeous 3D rendered wallpapers by insospettato we featured late last year? Well he's back with a new, nattier version...