Lubuntu Manual - Getting Started With Lubuntu

Phill Whiteside PhillW at
Sun May 12 22:36:28 UTC 2013

Hi Steve,

@ all. I have once again asked the -docs team if we are to use mallard or
docbook. Their site[1] says mallard, but then has examples of docbook. I
know this is some what annoying, but as you need to learn bzr[2] and XML
you can do that in the meantime :) xubuntu have a nice docbook
presentation[3] which can give food for thought as to how the lubuntu one
will look.



On 12 May 2013 18:53, Yorvyk <yorvik.ubunto at> wrote:

> Anybody up for creating a Lubuntu version of ?
> The team that produce this have made a rather nice job of it and produced
> some useful tools to assist the process. As it's licensed under Creative
> Commons Attribution Share-Alike we can use those parts that are common to
> both, so there's no need to write all of it. Although that shouldn't stop
> us contributing to those parts.
> 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.
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