lubuntu-desktop team mailing list archive
Mailing list archive
Re: Going to make base testing ISO
I have contributed Dave's list to https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Lubuntu, along with some of my personal suggestions and comments. I believe that we are looking for light applications with gtk as the primary dependency.
I am not extremely knowledgeable about the applications, so do point out if I have made an unsuitable suggestion. I am unfamiliar with the wiki Ubuntu uses, so I have no idea where to put the discussion. So I have put it as a bullet point under the relevant application.
I added a few application suggestions. Proimnent ones inclue a calculator and a cd burner software.
Hope to see you guys in #lubuntu @freenode.
----- Original Message ----
> From: Mario Behling <mb@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
> To: lubuntu-desktop@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
> Sent: Tuesday, April 21, 2009 2:02:48 PM
> Subject: Re: [Lubuntu-desktop] Going to make base testing ISO
> thanks for the list. Sounds very good to start with.
> Should we use the Ubuntu-Wiki for gathering this information as well?
> I started this wiki page a while ago: https://wiki.ubuntu.com/LXDE and
> We can have a bullet point for applications in the ISO.
> I am looking forward to the image.
> On Tue, Apr 21, 2009 at 10:05 AM, dave slaughter
> > As I was discussing with Luther, I am going to start working on a base
> > "Lubuntu" test ISO as soon as soon as the Ubuntu final is released. The
> > reason I am waiting the extra couple of days is simple really, I don't want
> > to do a ton of work, just to find that something that I used, or altered,
> > was changed, or completely removed, and have to do it all over again. So
> > only 2 more days till the final, not much time to wait.
> > Thing I am thinking of using in this ISO are,
> > GDM for the login, as it is easier to customize for the end user
> > Conky
> > Exaile, or Rhythmbox for the music player, though I am leaning more towards
> > Exaile
> > MPLayer for video
> > XChat for irc, leading to both the Ubuntu, and the Lubuntu irc channels as
> > default on connection
> > Irssi as an optional client
> > XFCETerminal for the terminal, as it is more customizable, (colors,
> > transparency, etc)
> > GCompmg, this is a gui config tool for XCompmgr, which will obviously be
> > installed as well
> > Firefox for web
> > Claws for e-mail
> > BlueFish for an html/text editor
> > abiword
> > gnumeric
> > gimp
> > samba and nfs-common installed by default
> > Wicd for the network manager
> > OBConfig, for configuring the window boarders
> > and a few custom .desktop files for few things, like a logout/shutdown
> > button on the panel, and menu entries for GCompmgr, and XCompmgr.
> > Also, I am planing on making a couple of custom art items, like the LXDE
> > logout menu, making a custom banner for that, as well as a custom menu
> > button. If anyone has any more ideas for art, or programs, or anything else,
> > please do tell, I could use some ideas of what others are wanting in this.
> > Dave, aka McLovin(926), aka Slaughter5
> Mailing list: https://launchpad.net/~lubuntu-desktop
> Post to : lubuntu-desktop@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
> Unsubscribe : https://launchpad.net/~lubuntu-desktop
> More help : https://help.launchpad.net/ListHelp