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    <div class="moz-cite-prefix">On 05/30/2014 11:55 AM, Rafael Laguna
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          are right about it. We realized that our desktop concept was
          exactly the same as theirs. The overall look is the same, that
          "old" desktop metaphor based on CDE standards (just like
          Windows or LXDE) using an icon grid and a panel. And remember
          the libraries. At this moment we use too many widget
          libraries. Extra and unuseful effort.<br>
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            --<br>
            Rafael Laguna<br>
            Lubuntu Artwork Team<br>
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        <div class="gmail_quote">2014-05-30 18:29 GMT+02:00 Dale Visser
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                  think the two projects (LXDE and RazorQt) simply found
                  common goals, philosophy and duplication of effort. I
                  imagine they figured everybody working on the same
                  thing would produce better results overall. Lubuntu
                  devs don't gave much choice other than forking LXDE,
                  which would be taking on more work than they want, I'm
                  sure.<br>
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                  style="FONT-SIZE:11pt;FONT-FAMILY:Calibri,sans-serif">‎5/‎30/‎2014
                  12:02 PM</span><br>
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                  style="FONT-SIZE:11pt;FONT-FAMILY:Calibri,sans-serif">Re:
                  Lubuntu 14.10 and after</span><br>
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                  On 05/30/2014 06:52 AM, N. W. wrote:<br>
                  > Hello,<br>
                  ><br>
                  >> Julien Lavergne wrote:<br>
                  >><br>
                  >> [...] - After the LXQt migration, we have to
                  change most of our<br>
                  >> applications to have Qt ones. It needs time
                  to discuss, compare, test<br>
                  >> and integrate them. We have to change 80 to
                  90 % of our seed … [...]<br>
                  > may I ask why that is?<br>
                  ><br>
                  > Why do you have to replace GTK+ applications with
                  Qt applications when<br>
                  > going from LXDE to LXQt?<br>
                  ><br>
                  > Why would it be bad to use GTK+ applications on
                  LXQt?<br>
                  ><br>
                  > I mean, with what application do you want to
                  replace Sylpheed (or Claws<br>
                  > Mail) for example?<br>
                  ><br>
                  > With KMail? Or with Trojitá? Not sure if those
                  can replace Sylpheed (or<br>
                  > Claws Mail)?<br>
                  ><br>
                  > Just an example.<br>
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                  > Regards<br>
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                  So we wont have a choice after 14.04 which I just
                  upgraded to, we will <br>
                  all be forced to QT based apps?<br>
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                  qt is what, KDE base apps right? all of KDE uses QT
                  right?<br>
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                  I dont understand why they're forcing us to move over?
                  Whats so ground <br>
                  breaking about LXQT than what were using now LXDE?<br>
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                  Christopher<br>
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                  ~ Christopher ~<br>
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    So will the project or distro spin still be called LUBUNTU or will
    it be getting a new name?<br>
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    Thanks,<br>
    Christopher<br>
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