Lubuntu Team catch up with Community Council
israeldahl at gmail.com
Thu Oct 1 20:12:15 UTC 2015
This is great!
I had hoped LXQt would end up using some of the Ubuntu core apps, as
that will provide more incentive for us Lubuntu fans to perhaps make
Ubuntu apps (for Lubuntu)!
This gives me more incentive to learn Qt.
P.S. for all you Education people, homeschoolers, and parents
GCompris is also using Qt in the newest version
I am really looking forward to trying LXQt again, it has been a loooong
while since I had tested it last. I am sure it is even more exciting
that when it first came out!
On 10/01/2015 01:35 PM, Walter Lapchynski wrote:
> Here's the logs of the catch up with the Community Council (note, this
> includes the WHOLE meeting and starts with MATE):
> * in [colorific form] but continues on past the end of the meeting
> * in [meetingology text form], including meeting summaries and such
> If you guys have been paying attention here, there should be no
> surprises. Some unique ideas that are perhaps on the horizon, though:
> * it was suggested that the boss look into using Ubuntu Core Apps for
> LXQt since they supposedly have removed the Unity dependency— more
> research needs to be done
> * it was suggested that we invite the Lubuntu Team to do a Community
> Q&A session, which is a very visible Ubuntu On Air session. time is a
> bit rough for me, but i'm going to see what I can do to make it
> happen. unless someone else wants to head it up? Tuesday 1500 UTC.
> : http://irclogs.ubuntu.com/2015/10/01/%23ubuntu-meeting.html#t17:00
> : http://ubottu.com/meetingology/logs/ubuntu-meeting/2015/ubuntu-meeting.2015-10-01-17.01.moin.txt
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> Ubuntu PPC Point of Contact
> Ubuntu Oregon LoCo Team Leader
> Ubuntu Membership Board & LoCo Council Member
> Eugene Unix & GNU/Linux User Group Co-Organizer
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