Lubuntu Manual - Getting Started With Lubuntu
Ali Linx (amjjawad)
amjjawad at gmail.com
Sun May 12 20:00:58 UTC 2013
On Sun, May 12, 2013 at 9:53 PM, Yorvyk <yorvik.ubunto at googlemail.com> wrote:
> Anybody up for creating a Lubuntu version of http://ubuntu-manual.org/ ?
The creator of LOST is very much waiting for the moment to roll up his
sleeves and start the real fun ;)
When you send a very attractive email like that, you would expect
nothing but my full support :)
However, there are few points I'd like to highlight, if I may:
1- The Wiki Area needs much more love than what we used to give
before. Yes, a re-design and all. That was in my plans and mind even
before releasing 13.04 but I just have a crazy messed up Real Life
over here so when things be less crazy, I'll start my favorite habit,
writing some solid documentations.
The Wiki Team guys are aware of my plans but we need to re-discuss
that. We hold it because of the release of 13.04.
2- To make a public announcement, amjjawad, the creator of LOST will
do his best to create LOST version 2 :)
With the huge and massive success of LOST version 1 (as everyone knows
it), I expect this version to be even better.
3- To add more excitement, I have another plan. Again, no secrets
here. Ladies and Gentlemen, I'm willing to write a 101 HOWTOs for
Lubuntu which should cover everything (at least basic) about Lubuntu
from A-Z :)
This will be a huge assist for new users. Instead of reading endless
numbers of links here and there and get confused, ONE LINK, 101
HOWTOs, cover everything from A-Z and that is just one part from LOST
version 2 :)
AND all the above, will be a huge assist for 14.04 and I have promised
myself to make 14.04 THE RELEASE, just like Julien said in his email
the other day.
> I thought we could at least get a beta version for Saucy Salamander, with a complete version by May 2014 for the possible LTS version.
Therefore, I'm 110% IN :)
BUT ... I can't do anything right now. I can start with simple drafts
for sure. We have 11 months :)
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