"Ubuntu Customization Kit" for GoogleSoC
j.pintado89 at gmail.com
Fri Apr 9 18:58:00 BST 2010
A colleague, Michał Karnick asked me about my project idea ("Ubuntu
Customization Kit"), if I had in mind build on the "Ubuntu Customization
Kit" of the Ubuntu repo.
I think that the Customization Kit in the official repository of Ubuntu has
some problems that can be improved greatly.
First, the graphical interface made with zenity is not too intuitive. Also,
it hasn't features that might be interesting for any user wishing to
customize an Ubuntu Live CD.
Both options can be interesting, both work on the version of the
repositories, such as offering a better alternative to that version.
2010/4/9 Jorge Pintado <j.pintado89 at gmail.com>
> I'm a student from the King Juan Carlos University of Madrid, Spain.
> I wrote eSincerelyarlier in the Ubuntu wiki one idea that I think may be
> of interest: a graphical interface to customize Ubuntu live CDs.
> The purpose is that the user can modify the official image of Ubuntu to
> suit your needs (install software, add files, change the appearance: splash,
> screensaver, wallpaper ...) without needing to know the commands and
> techniques necessary for the job .
> I believe this project helps enormously to the philosophy of free software,
> as it promotes the distribution of modified software to user needs. Also,
> I think the purpose of the Live CD is just the help spread the OS to any
> user, and you can try without installing anything on your hard disk.
> Jorge Pintado de Santiago.
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