LXQt session at Ubuntu Online Session Thursday

Andrej N. Gritsenko andrej at rep.kiev.ua
Mon May 4 23:57:14 UTC 2015


Walter Lapchynski has written on Monday,  4 May, at 15:45:
>Our [Show and Tell session for LXQt][1] at the Ubuntu Online Session
>will be at 1800 UTC Thursday 7 May 2015. It was originally the day
>before but we pushed it out to the last day of the session to allow us
>a little extra time to get a new ISO spun up.

>Please come join and ask questions, whether it be within in Google
>Hangouts or IRC. Talk to you then!

Just as from point of view from someone who sometimes install Lubuntu on
users machines, especially for those users who migrate from Windows. If
you plan to set Lubuntu to lxqt and abandon lxde then I would say, that
is very early to do now yet. I believe LXQt and LXDE variants of Ubuntu
should co-exist together. LXDE one for those who needs stable, reliable,
fully translated, accessible software, and LXQt one for those who wants
evolving, bleeding edge software and don't need complete localizations
and accessibility.

>[1]: http://summit.ubuntu.com/uos-1505/meeting/22422/lxqt-next-generation-of-lubuntu/

    With best regards,

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