Mozilla wants users to integrate photos in Firefox OS
The Mozilla Creative Director John Slater, has invited users to send photographs to integrate them as wallpapers in the operating system being developed by the foundation, Firefox OS. Specifically, the Mozilla team is looking for images for wallpapers and pictures to catch the system that are published prior to its release.
Mozilla continues to develop its own mobile operating system, which will be released early next year. The nonprofit foundation is trying to get user and developer community are part of the process of creating the system and is reporting all the developments and achievements. In addition, Mozilla wants the community to help, if you will, to create the new operating system. The latest initiative comes through the creative director of the project, has decided to seek help for users interested in photography. The goal is to get snapshots that can later be used to create wallpapers for Firefox OS and have pictures of face trial to catches that are provided to see the development of the system.
Thus, two groups have been created or categories for receiving images. The first is the one for the images to be wallpapers. In this case, from Mozilla have requested natural environments capture textures or images typically used in the funds. Although Firefox OS to customize the background images of the users, the system must provide some screen by default. Those interested in one of his photographs will become part of Firefox OS options must come to Flickr images and accompany with the tag # fxb2g. Specifically, we seek to convey instantaneous values of Mozilla, that is, openness, innovation, inspiration, optimism and humanity.
In its announcement, the creative director of Mozilla has said they expect a “great variety of landscapes, textures and colors “. Photographs should be professional and at least 1280 by 19280 pixels, but later will be adapted. Users have until July 31 to publish your pictures and a ceiling of 10 per participant. In a second group, Mozilla users looking portraits. The company wants to use for the screen test that is publishing the system. In this sense, have already seen some examples. In anticipation of upcoming shoots, Mozilla needs new pictures to show different sections of your system. In this case, looking close-ups, with technical features such as these, standing out for good lighting. The foundation has said that his intention is to have photographs of different ethnicities and ages who demonstrate the “global diversity of the audience of Mozilla”. Here users can upload 15 sacks and have the same term in the previous group.