Karmic wallpapers

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on 9 July 2009

Tags: Design

Ubuntu would like to include a beautiful set of images for our users to choose from in our next release. In order to accomplish this we have set up a wiki page to explain things and guidelines for inclusion.

In addition we've started a flickr group to attract current flickr users and encourage new contributors to step up and take the plunge.

If you have amazing photos which you would like to share with the world, please add them to the list!

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