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Re: 49 members joined Lubuntu! Why not u-lite?
thanks for hinting me to the article of Shae. I replied with a comment
on the website. See the page: http://u-lite.org/content/lubuntu .
Concerning the packages: The packages on the wiki are still a first
On Fri, May 15, 2009 at 10:42 PM, No Alternative
> Excuse me, but it looks like you are working on a project with
> roughly the same packages, as the u-lite distribution. You are
> using lxde, with Kazehakase Web-browser, Abiword and Gnumeric. Why
> not just join the u-lite project and make that lubuntu?
> Shae wrote about this on his blog just in the last week.
>> ----- Original Message -----
>> From: "Mario Behling" <mb@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
>> To: lubuntu-desktop@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
>> Subject: [Lubuntu-desktop] 49 members joined Lubuntu! Lets move ahead
>> Date: Fri, 15 May 2009 14:11:18 +0800
>> Hello everyone,
>> we already have 49 members in the LXDE/Lubuntu group on Launchpad.
>> Time to move ahead. Currently not all people are subscribed to the
>> mailing list, so I wrote this email below, which I am sending to those
>> people directly.
>> In order to get the distro going, we need to focus on artwork,
>> applications and at the moment we urgently need people, who can make
>> (or want to learn) deb-packages for the new components and updated
>> LXDE components.
>> I am looking forward to see this project grow.
>> All the best,
>> thank you for joining up with us in the LXDE team and in the Lubuntu
>> team on Launchpad.
>> MAILING LIST
>> I have seen, that you have not subscribed to the mailing list yet. In
>> order to improve communication in the team, I invite you to join us
>> here. You can join the mailing list after signing in to Launchpad and
>> using a link in the mailing list section below the map:
>> There are also other ways to communicate with contributors. Most
>> participants are currently meeting up on the LXDE IRC. As the
>> community is still relatively small, it makes sense to use the same
>> channel still. Please join us on irc.oftc.net #lxde
>> CURRENT TASKS
>> We had a gathering with the Open Source community in Singapore a
>> couple of months ago. Luther Goh Lu Feng and others have started to
>> bring different people together. Now 49 people have joined the Lubuntu
>> group already. In order to move things forward we now need to focus on
>> a few tasks. We need people:
>> 1. creating packages of the new LXDE components and updated components
>> (Please also see http://wiki.lxde.org/en/Category:Packaging and join
>> the developers mailing list of LXDE
>> 2. making artwork (two contributors started to post their suggestions
>> for logos and wallpapers already). Please also post files in the forum
>> and leave a message on the Lubuntu mailing list, so everyone can have
>> a look: http://forum.lxde.org/viewtopic.php?f=13&t=437
>> 3. Decide on best applications to include. See https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Lubuntu
>> 4. Make the distro
>> I am excited how much I am learning during the process and it is great
>> fun to team up with people from all over the world! We are looking
>> forward to get this distro moving ahead and welcome your involvement.
>> All the best,