Submit a supplemental wallpaper for Fedora 32

Attention Fedora community members: Fedora is seeking submissions for supplemental wallpapers to be included with the Fedora 32 release. Whether you’re an active contributor, or have been looking for a easy way to get started contributing, submitting a wallpaper is a great way to help. Read on for more details.

Each release, the Fedora Design Team works with the community on a set of 16 additional wallpapers. Users can install and use these to supplement the standard wallpaper.

Dates and deadlines

The submission phase opened as of March 7, 2020 and ends March 21, 2020 at 23:59 UTC.

Important note: In some circumstances, submissions during the final hours may not get into the election, if there is insufficient time to do legal research. Please help by following the guidelines correctly, and submit only work under a correct license.

The voting phase will open the Monday following the close of submissions, March 23, 2020, and will be open until the end of the month on March 31, 2020 at 23:59 UTC.

How to contribute a wallpaper

Fedora uses the Nuancier application to manage the submissions and the voting process. To submit, you need a Fedora account. If you don’t have one, create one here in the Fedora Account System (FAS). To vote you must have a signed contributor agreement (also accessible in FAS) which only takes a few moments.

You can access Nuancier here along with detailed instructions for submissions.

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  1. Beska

    wow, i think fedora linux has fasted update for new version

  2. Han

    Speaking of wallpapers… I remember last year there was a long discussion about the Fedora logo redesign.
    I am wondering will the new logo be used in the upcoming release?

  3. Tiaan

    It’s 19:42UTC on 21 March and contributions are not allowed anymore. What gives ?

  4. Nate Conklin

    I’m not sure if i’m in limbo. I submitted my photos per the guidelines about a week ago. Voting is now open but my photos are not included. Sure wish I knew if there was a problem so that I could have corrected it. Can anyone advise me? My images were given the CC-BY-SA license and met the requirements for composition, subject matter and technical specs. 🙁

  5. Hi folks, voting has temporarily been paused while we sort out some issues we had with approvals – we’ll reopen once the missing images are vetted and approved into the vote. Sorry for the issues!

  6. Thank you everyone for your patience in this matter, we got everything sorted out and I was able to finish going through submissions.

    Voting will resume shortly, appreciate the understanding 🙂

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