[Bug 150333] Re: More "magic" for Kubuntu

usr usrrgt at gmail.com
Wed Feb 13 14:57:18 UTC 2008


** Description changed:

  GNOME had more lacks than KDE. Ubuntu's developers have solved it, and
  the proof of this is that in Ubuntu's 7.10 GNOME already it is not
  necessary to open a terminal to configure the system.
  
  For it, I think that now it is the moment to offer a bit more of
  contribution to Kubuntu project, and to obtain this way a distro as
  perfect as Ubuntu, but with the whole potential that KDE offers (¡It 's
  possible rip audio CDs with "copy & paste"!), which will be, undoubtedly
  (in my opinion), the definitive desktop.
  
  With this I want to say, that, you should put the same "magic" simultaneously in both distributions.
  For example: it has been necessary to wait to kubuntu 7.10 to have GDebi-KDE, and the rest of automations that are not in Kubuntu, but yes in Ubuntu.
  
- A lot of things: Better Adept, automatic codec installation, migration
- assistant for ubiquity-kde, information pop-ups for USB extractions,
- displayconfig-kde, printer assistan,... The same magic that exists in
- Ubuntu.
+ A lot of things:
+ - Better Adept (importance: critical)
+ - BulletProofX (http://wiki.ubuntu.com/BulletProofX)
+ - Automatic codec installation
+ - Information pop-ups for USB extractions
+ - Printer assistant
+ - Migration assistant for ubiquity-kde (importance: low)
+ 
+ ... The same magic that exists in Ubuntu.
  
  I trust that you will not leave Kubuntu delayed, like it has been till now.
  I would like to make reference to bug #1
  
  Thank you for Kubuntu, it's the only O.S. that I used every day and I installing to my friends.
  I wish the best thing you, to give the best thing us.

** Tags added: kubuntu

** Description changed:

  GNOME had more lacks than KDE. Ubuntu's developers have solved it, and
  the proof of this is that in Ubuntu's 7.10 GNOME already it is not
  necessary to open a terminal to configure the system.
  
  For it, I think that now it is the moment to offer a bit more of
  contribution to Kubuntu project, and to obtain this way a distro as
  perfect as Ubuntu, but with the whole potential that KDE offers (¡It 's
  possible rip audio CDs with "copy & paste"!), which will be, undoubtedly
  (in my opinion), the definitive desktop.
  
  With this I want to say, that, you should put the same "magic" simultaneously in both distributions.
  For example: it has been necessary to wait to kubuntu 7.10 to have GDebi-KDE, and the rest of automations that are not in Kubuntu, but yes in Ubuntu.
  
  A lot of things:
  - Better Adept (importance: critical)
  - BulletProofX (http://wiki.ubuntu.com/BulletProofX)
  - Automatic codec installation
  - Information pop-ups for USB extractions
  - Printer assistant
- - Migration assistant for ubiquity-kde (importance: low)
+ - Migration assistant for ubiquity-frontend-kde (importance: low)
  
  ... The same magic that exists in Ubuntu.
  
  I trust that you will not leave Kubuntu delayed, like it has been till now.
  I would like to make reference to bug #1
  
  Thank you for Kubuntu, it's the only O.S. that I used every day and I installing to my friends.
  I wish the best thing you, to give the best thing us.

** Description changed:

  GNOME had more lacks than KDE. Ubuntu's developers have solved it, and
  the proof of this is that in Ubuntu's 7.10 GNOME already it is not
  necessary to open a terminal to configure the system.
  
  For it, I think that now it is the moment to offer a bit more of
  contribution to Kubuntu project, and to obtain this way a distro as
  perfect as Ubuntu, but with the whole potential that KDE offers (¡It 's
  possible rip audio CDs with "copy & paste"!), which will be, undoubtedly
  (in my opinion), the definitive desktop.
  
  With this I want to say, that, you should put the same "magic" simultaneously in both distributions.
  For example: it has been necessary to wait to kubuntu 7.10 to have GDebi-KDE, and the rest of automations that are not in Kubuntu, but yes in Ubuntu.
  
  A lot of things:
  - Better Adept (importance: critical)
  - BulletProofX (http://wiki.ubuntu.com/BulletProofX)
  - Automatic codec installation
- - Information pop-ups for USB extractions
+ - Information ballons for USB extractions
  - Printer assistant
  - Migration assistant for ubiquity-frontend-kde (importance: low)
  
  ... The same magic that exists in Ubuntu.
  
  I trust that you will not leave Kubuntu delayed, like it has been till now.
  I would like to make reference to bug #1
  
  Thank you for Kubuntu, it's the only O.S. that I used every day and I installing to my friends.
  I wish the best thing you, to give the best thing us.

** Description changed:

  GNOME had more lacks than KDE. Ubuntu's developers have solved it, and
  the proof of this is that in Ubuntu's 7.10 GNOME already it is not
  necessary to open a terminal to configure the system.
  
  For it, I think that now it is the moment to offer a bit more of
  contribution to Kubuntu project, and to obtain this way a distro as
  perfect as Ubuntu, but with the whole potential that KDE offers (¡It 's
  possible rip audio CDs with "copy & paste"!), which will be, undoubtedly
  (in my opinion), the definitive desktop.
  
  With this I want to say, that, you should put the same "magic" simultaneously in both distributions.
  For example: it has been necessary to wait to kubuntu 7.10 to have GDebi-KDE, and the rest of automations that are not in Kubuntu, but yes in Ubuntu.
  
  A lot of things:
- - Better Adept (importance: critical)
- - BulletProofX (http://wiki.ubuntu.com/BulletProofX)
+ - Better Adept (Importance: Critical)
+ - BulletProofX: http://wiki.ubuntu.com/BulletProofX
  - Automatic codec installation
  - Information ballons for USB extractions
  - Printer assistant
- - Migration assistant for ubiquity-frontend-kde (importance: low)
+ - Migration assistant for ubiquity-frontend-kde (Importance: Low)
  
  ... The same magic that exists in Ubuntu.
  
  I trust that you will not leave Kubuntu delayed, like it has been till now.
  I would like to make reference to bug #1
  
  Thank you for Kubuntu, it's the only O.S. that I used every day and I installing to my friends.
  I wish the best thing you, to give the best thing us.

** Description changed:

  GNOME had more lacks than KDE. Ubuntu's developers have solved it, and
  the proof of this is that in Ubuntu's 7.10 GNOME already it is not
  necessary to open a terminal to configure the system.
  
  For it, I think that now it is the moment to offer a bit more of
  contribution to Kubuntu project, and to obtain this way a distro as
  perfect as Ubuntu, but with the whole potential that KDE offers (¡It 's
  possible rip audio CDs with "copy & paste"!), which will be, undoubtedly
  (in my opinion), the definitive desktop.
  
  With this I want to say, that, you should put the same "magic" simultaneously in both distributions.
  For example: it has been necessary to wait to kubuntu 7.10 to have GDebi-KDE, and the rest of automations that are not in Kubuntu, but yes in Ubuntu.
  
  A lot of things:
  - Better Adept (Importance: Critical)
  - BulletProofX: http://wiki.ubuntu.com/BulletProofX
  - Automatic codec installation
- - Information ballons for USB extractions
+ - Information balloons for USB extractions
  - Printer assistant
  - Migration assistant for ubiquity-frontend-kde (Importance: Low)
  
  ... The same magic that exists in Ubuntu.
  
  I trust that you will not leave Kubuntu delayed, like it has been till now.
  I would like to make reference to bug #1
  
  Thank you for Kubuntu, it's the only O.S. that I used every day and I installing to my friends.
  I wish the best thing you, to give the best thing us.

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More "magic" for Kubuntu
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