This being said and at the
risk of sounding evil and stubborn: FOSS has never been about demoracy.
It's limited democracy at best, that is, democracy narrowed to a very
defined set of decisions, with a strong meritocracy making up for most of
everything and *sigh* documented processes. I'm afraid this time we
the documented process part. Please bear with us ;-)
I have to disagree with you. Maybe this is a reality for a large project
such as LibreOffice. But I have collaborated (and still do) on FOSS projects
that are mostly democratic. So this is not a characteristic of FOSS but
maybe of large FOSS projects.
In any case I managed to hack the Tango theme and replace the new icons with
the old ones (BTW someone forgot to update the saveastemplate icons in the
new Theme ;) )
You can't use your old tango theme from 3.4.x because the folder structure
has been changed between versions.
So, if anyone is interested, it's freely available here
There are no virus or backdoors or whatnot (it just contains png images so
it can not possibly contain any harmful code)
You have to replace the old theme because for some odd reason the list of
allowed themes seems to be hardcoded.
Otherwise I would have called it old_tango, floppy_tango or
For Windows user it should be placed at
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