keeping informed onthefly (Re: Fwd: Is disabling ctrl-alt-backspace really such a good idea? - no. )

Felipe Figueiredo philsf79 at
Sat Feb 14 17:15:37 UTC 2009

Vincenzo Ciancia escreveu:
> I see, but did I miss the thread or why such big changes are not 
> publicized in early stages? Announces of the planned changes or 
> something like that? Is there some web page I should monitor that will 
> explain the planned changes for jaunty+1? I may be just ignorant here, 
> but would appreciate if big changes that may bring complaints were at 
> least announced and discussed a bit in this list. If you just implement 
> those, there will be complaints, which by a simple statistical argument 
> will be concentrated in the very last phases of the testing process.
Most or all developer teams gather at periodic (weekly?) meetings in
IRC. The minutes are posted in -devel, and their respective pages. You
should subscribe to the apropriate lists, or launchpad project pages if
you want to keep yourself informed of status on the fly.

Vincenzo Ciancia escreveu:
> Can someone tell me how will I protect myself from fake login screens in 
>   multi-user ubuntu setups? Even my office machine is multi-user!

As others said, more than once in this thread, the change is reversible.
There will be a package to install so you don't have to edit your xorg.conf.


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