When can i get sound events in lubuntu?

Hackson.Wang hackson99 at 163.com
Fri Nov 22 14:51:08 UTC 2013

Yes, Israel, you are right! Just make a choice for every user -- having 
a lubuntu-sounds-theme package is a very smarter idea :_)

So, the dev-team will accept this sugesstion?

On 2013/11/22 21:38, Israel wrote:
> I agree that system sounds would increase the over-all size of the OS, 
> and playing a sound for an event would cause drain on resources.  
> However, this being GNU/Linux, giving choice to users would be nice.  
> Maybe having lubuntu-sounds package could make optional sounds easy to 
> install (and have it configured).
> I agree with both points here.
> ???? wants a nice OS that functions well, and is very fun for use, and 
> works like the familiar ones.
> Ali knows that even OGG files will be a drain on the size of the OS, 
> and RAM and processor to play these sounds each time.
> So since both points are valid, it might be good to find a middle ground.
> I always have turned off sounds for my computers, and don't like 
> clicking sounds on touchscreens, etc..  but some people really like 
> the sounds, obviously.
> XP plays sounds for people, and they are a target for this OS.
> On 11/22/2013 01:09 AM, Ali Linx (amjjawad) wrote:
>> On Fri, Nov 22, 2013 at 6:58 AM, ???? <hackson99 at 163.com 
>> <mailto:hackson99 at 163.com>> wrote:
>>     I find the sound event is the worstcharacter for almost all the
>>     linux destros.
>>     Why? In the earlest win98, i found the sound event is excellent
>>     for me,but in linux, the sound event become a scarce
>>     resource.Maybe someone tell me that will save energy, this JUST
>>     is an excuse.
>>     So, can lubuntu improve the character of the sound events?
>> Hi,
>> I am in hurry and must go so can't really dig into the archive right 
>> now but if you ask those who have been around here for at least the 
>> last two years, they can confirm to you this topic has been discussed 
>> before but it is 100% fine to re-talk about it :) at least IMHO it is 
>> good to discuss and communicate :)
>> Feel Free to start a blueprint here: 
>> https://launchpad.net/lubuntu-brainstorming
>> Previous discussions ended at this decision: no sound to be added 
>> because that will affect the overall performance of Lubuntu.
>> But, again, feel free to start a new blueprint for that if you wish :)
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