In fact, I myself am using one of their sets called Numix-Circle, and I certainly am recommending it for any user who wants to have a pretty desktop at his hands.
Back to Ozon, the project has already started showing some progress, and of course this is only the beginning, so there’s much more to expect.
Here are some of the new features that’s been exhibited in Ozon up to now:
Ozon OS current features
- New designated theme
- Transparent panel on overview
- New take on Gnome’s dock (being visible outside overview mode residing at the bottom of the screen)
- Running apps are displayed inside the dock per workspace by default, yet it can be opt-out
As you can see it’s not much right now, however as mentioned above, Ozone is still at the very beginning of its development and much more should be expected to come in the future.
Judging Ozone by another designers driven OS project and also by the great success Numix and Nitrux icon-packs had, I’d say it wouldn’t be far from reality to predict some level of success to Ozon project too.
Whether it’ll become one of the greatest Linux distros or not, it’s yet, remains to be seen.