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Re: Devs work items for 16.04
I cannot over state how much I want to see OBI become an adopted system.
You have worked tirelessly on it and in my humble opinion not only does it
work better and more consistently than others, it has fantastic support
@Julien, I know that things are now in flux as to how ubuntu and debian
repos will work, but can you look to have this system accepted into the
debian repos so we can offer it as a real alternative to the existing "will
not work with this, will not work with that" systems that are currently on
the 'approved' list.
On 28 October 2015 at 18:01, Nio Wiklund <nio.wiklund@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Den 2015-10-27 kl. 22:30, skrev Julien Lavergne:
> > Hi,
> > I'm currently drafting work items for 16.04, you can see the state on
> > the blueprint :
> > https://blueprints.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+spec/lubuntu-x-dev-items
> > I'll try to focus on GTK part this cycle.
> > If you have ideas / comments ... it's time :-) That will be nice to
> > have the blueprint ready for UOS (I'm working during the event, but
> > that should not stop you to discuss the items :-))
> > Regards,
> > Julien Lavergne
> Hi Julien and all other Lubuntuers,
> I suggest that we consider replacing the Ubuntu Startup Disk Creator. If
> I can get help to get *mkusb* into a debian or ubuntu repository, I
> think it is a good alternative, otherwise other alternatives might be
> better, for example *unetbootin*. See also the following link,
> 'Selecting a tool to create USB boot drives from ISO files'
> As you can see 'in late posts in that Ubuntu Forums thread', there are
> plans to make the Startup Disk Creator simple and reliable, but maybe
> too simple for Lubuntu users.
> Best regards
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