PhillW at PhillW.net
Sat Jun 7 22:59:38 UTC 2014
please do read Julien's thoughts on the matter... 14.04 / 14.10 is the
discussion. He will inform us of what is planned for 15,04 once plans are
I also suggest that people do read the emails from the head of dev :)
On 7 June 2014 21:40, Israel <israeldahl at gmail.com> wrote:
> 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.
> 2. http://irclogs.ubuntu.com/2012/10/24/%23ubuntu-classroom.html#t16:30
> 3. https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Lubuntu/SubTeams
> Hi Phil!
> 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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