Re-development of Lubuntu.net [Re: Clipboard manager or similar]
djreimer at gmail.com
Sun Feb 12 21:51:27 UTC 2012
I'm just doing some dot-joining (I hope!) - I seem to recall that
there was going to be synergy between that mock-up with the "branding"
and design talents of 神癒礁湖 (a.k.a. Rafael Laguna):
I wonder if there are things willing sorts in the wider community
might be doing to help take that one forward? Is it worth the team
thinking about this at the next meeting?
(And any bids for GSoC again? KDE might not be getting quite so many!!)
Best wishes from an interested numpty user,
David [djreimer | dajare]
David Reimer | Edinburgh, UK
http://wiki.ubuntu.com/djreimer | https://launchpad.net/~djreimer
On 12 February 2012 21:19, Cyber Penguin <cyberpenguin1979 at gmail.com> wrote:
> For the newcomers: Before Christmas I made a mock-up of a new Lubuntu web
> I have not been very active in this project lately (guilty as charged), but
> now time should be better, and I am still ready for putting some work into
> What I can offer is the marketing text work (which will need a British
> proof-reading as a last step, of course): Explaining complicated matters to
> beginners, getting their attention and helping them taking the initial step
> into their first live boot.
> Lubuntu is not well known, and the people who do know are not aware how user
> friendly it is. This is one of our major problems. We have loyal followers,
> but we should be better to catch new ones among average people.
> I don't have deep knowledge in managing a CMS, but if anyone can help me in
> this context I am ready for beginning development.
> If we have a sandbox area in our CMS we can build the new site behind the
> scene, and when finished we make the decision of whether or not to switch.
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