israeldahl at gmail.com
Sat Jun 7 20:40:28 UTC 2014
On 06/07/2014 12:23 PM, Phill Whiteside wrote:
> as you may, or not, be aware the virtual Ubuntu Developers Summit has
> become Ubuntu Online Summit. One of many changes is that classrooms
> and beginners week have been added in.
> I've booked a session for lubuntu to say who we are etc . This will
> be based on a presentation I gave at Ubuntu Beginners Week a couple of
> cycles ago. That was a 30 minute IRC presentation, this is 60 mins
> in a hang-out (hmm, need to make sure I'm clean shaven :) P
> As this is an hour session and things have moved on since 2012, can
> the TL's have a review of that presentation and suggest things that
> can be added in (also known as make it last an hour). I'll update any
> facts that need doing myself. Please feel free to add in any wishlist
> you have for further people to the sub-teams you look after.
> 1. http://summit.ubuntu.com/uos-1406/meeting/22284/introduction-to-lubuntu/
> 2. http://irclogs.ubuntu.com/2012/10/24/%23ubuntu-classroom.html#t16:30
> 3. https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Lubuntu/SubTeams
Are you going to discuss LXQt at all?
I'd like to have some of the current state of Lubuntu moving to Qt
discussed. You may want to have some screen shots of the current
progress, and the current list of the default apps (or point people to
the blueprints), and maybe discuss some of the default apps to see if
anyone has any ideas, etc..
BTW, qupzilla is in the repos, so this is a good choice for the x86
versions of Lubuntu as default Web-browser.
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