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My take (and the question for tomorrow) on all this goes beyond what Andreas/Stuart want, which is 
Colibre on Windows starting with 6.0. In my opinion we have too many icon themes, most (if not all) 
not based on actual requests from the community. We rely on the unmaintained Galaxy as fallback, 
provide the totally outdated Tango, and Breeze as a very specific theme. All these are much better 
provided as extension, with the additional benefit that the maintainer has full control over 

The suggestion was deliberately done as _one theme_ and not Colibre. But I'm not so sure that 
asking the community is the best way since macOS users have different needs than people on Windows 
or Linux. And as Stuart wrote we have a perfect maintainer for Colibre - depending on the plan how 
this theme should evolves; providing differently colored variants is the opposite of my idea; and 
I'm missing some basic postulates about the design such as round, colorful, fullsize, with small 
decorations or whatever.

What I had in mind was to discuss these arguments first in the design meeting and ask later on the 
ML. But since people likely not join it doesn't matter anyway. ;-)

On 20.03.2018 18:15, Daniel A. Rodriguez wrote:
 * Default icon set
   + (Breeze > Colibre)
   + (Colibre)
   + ask the community and ship only one icon theme (Heiko)

Why not elementary?

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