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Re: Finding Lubuntu-related information
On 10/6/2010 4:55 PM, Mikhail Maksimov wrote:
Mikhail, just so you know, me and Phillw are working (As much as we have
time to anyway...) on getting all the Help Documentation related to
Lubuntu over on https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Lubuntu/DocumentationHelp
I always have trouble finding some vital information regarding
Lubuntu. Maybe it's just me, but it takes definitely more than a
couple of mouseclicks to find out, e.g., the status of latest testing
iso, its version, release date, download location, etc. Also, I've
seen a link to IRC logs somewhere, but cannot find it again, and
googling for "lubuntu irc log" does not show the required item on the
first page, you really have to know that there's one site for
publishing logs for all ubuntu-related channels, and search for
_ubuntu_ irc logs, then navigate to the selected date and channel
IMHO such "small navigation problems" may cause newcomers to not
actively join the team. It may even happen that a would-be tester not
do any actual good just because he/she does not find the latest beta!
I've just updated https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Lubuntu/Testing with minimal
info regarding beta2, however I believe it can be further elaborated.
And probably beta1-related part should be removed. Huh, and
probably the news section of lubuntu.net <http://lubuntu.net> can also
be updated with beta2 info.
I'm not really good at writing human-readable texts, and I just don't
have any more time at the moment. Is anyone willing to add more
updates to lubuntu sites?
PS Are the command to md5sum the CD and the checksum on
<https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Lubuntu/Testing> correct for beta2? Please
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