[lubuntu-devel] LXQt and Lubuntu

Julien Lavergne gilir at ubuntu.com
Thu May 12 12:30:36 UTC 2016


I'm on it, I'm working on the integration of a lubuntu-desktop-qt, on the
same system that lubuntu-desktop. It's necessary for the ISO. Just be a bit
patient please (I can't deal with all problems at the same time ...).


Julien Lavergne
Le 12 mai 2016 1:45 PM, "Simon Quigley" <tsimonq2 at ubuntu.com> a écrit :

> Julien,
> Recently you stated that to install LXQt on Ubuntu, to install the lxqt
> metapackage, and that Lubuntu with LXQt just doesn't exist yet. I guess
> my metapackage was to provide the Lubuntu look to LXQt, but it got me
> thinking. Would you be willing to concentrate efforts? I (already)
> currently run Yakkety Yak, also known as 16.10, and I think making a
> central Lubuntu metapackage for LXQt in the Ubuntu repositories would be
> very beneficial. It could use the lxqt metapackage from Debian to
> provide a base LXQt installation, to concentrate efforts there, then add
> the Lubuntu artwork, which looks beautiful under LXQt by the way, and
> top it off with some default customizations such as the artwork. So
> would you like to share code and work to make one package?
> I think this would be an essential piece to ensure is working so that
> when we decide LXQt is ready enough, it's only a button away. I think
> that's why we've been planning test cases and Phill was with making some
> documentation, which, although it seems a little early, if we keep it
> updated, it's an important first step to at least have laid out and
> ready to deploy. My point here is, if LXQt isn't ready to ship, why
> can't *we* be ready?
> Let me know your thoughts on this.
> --
> Simon Quigley
> tsimonq2 at ubuntu.com
> tsimonq2 on Freenode
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