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Re: Proposed changes to lubuntu-desktop
>From a very-humble user point of view:
I use Libre Office + Gnumeric (Abiword can't convince me). As i read
recently, Libre Office is getting performance improvements, but the problem
is still the ram consumption vs the ram used by abiword (i use LO for writer
and slideshows, but gnumeric is a magnificient tool), LO is an option? It
could bring a slideshow editor to Lubuntu... Let individually decide but my
guess is that Lubuntu should remain with abiword & gnumeric for the concept.
Midori: in many ways it could be best than chromium, but as PCMAN said, it's
not stable at all .
Games: ace of penguins is faster than anything, but they're not "cool" at
all. Everybody i've shown this says something like "looks ugly, how can i
configure it?". There's nothing better around?
PDF viewers: i'm with Rafael on this, Evince is the best choice there is
(besides, it can read a lot of formats, not only pdf ;)
xscreensaver makes my installations crash on every old computer i own, i
already said this on the mailing list: it's heavy and it consumes energy
displaying something fancy on the screen instead of just a black screen or
turn it off (clearly i don't like it...); but it locks the screen, so it's
xchat as i know is on discussion as i read recently... Pidgin would be the
That's "my" two cents :)
2011/6/7 Tim Bernhard <ohiomoto@xxxxxxxxx>
> I understand that it's a "standard" to have games, but the ones we have
> look worse than anything I've seen since DOS days! I think they sort of
> bring the overall feel of the distro down, but I'm guessing they are really
> lightweight. I don't really care one way or the other so whatever works for
> you guys if fine by me. I really like the way everything else looks and
> functions and I never play the games anyway.
> 2011/6/7 神癒礁湖 (Rafael Laguna) <rafaellaguna@xxxxxxxxx>
>> Well, it was a long discussion about this last time. I don't play at all,
>> but I must admit that theye're needed. Every distributon has a few games, at
>> least a Solitaire or something like that (kinda office spending time [image:
>> :D] ). Maybe we need to talk about changing them, choosing another
>> meta-package or individual ones.
>> The included applications poll started. Again.
>> [image: Go to rafaellaguna.com] <http://lubuntublog.rafaellaguna.com> [image:
>> Go to Lubuntu.net] <http://www.lubuntu.net>
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