idea for ubuntu studio
afterthebeep at gmail.com
Sun Dec 7 18:55:08 GMT 2008
I know this would be much more intense to setup than just a meta-package,
but it might be a thought to look into setting up a second partition or
install that's configured as a production LAMP. Maybe this is also possible
to do with just a single partition/install, but I would be careful about
security (can apache be configured to just respond to local requests?).
This would allow much more web development in server-side scripting etc...
As for suggestions for the Metapackage (if there's time to build one):
cssed - graphical CSS editor
gphpedit - development environment for PHP/HTML/CSS
kompozer - Complete Web Authoring System
gftp - X/GTK+ FTP client
agave - colorscheme designer for the GNOME desktop (i know the
ubuntustudio-graphic already includes this, but it's quite useful for web
drivel - Blogging client for the GNOME desktop (maybe not, but it's
Would it be possible to include flash/java/etc... support? I kind of know
the answer already, but I feel these are somewhat important for a web
development suite so the issue shouldn't be ignored.
If the op could suggest what troubles they've had configuring their
development environment, then more could be done to help.
On Sun, Dec 7, 2008 at 9:41 AM, Luis de Bethencourt <luisbg at ubuntu.com>wrote:
> On Sun, Dec 7, 2008 at 7:30 AM, Cory K. <coryisatm at ubuntu.com> wrote:
> > Briant Davis wrote:
> >> Why don't you add web design/development packages to the mix?
> > Such as? It's always better to answer this with your suggestion as it's
> > always the next question.
> > -Cory K.
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> +1 to Cory
> We need a more explicit suggestion to be able to decide. The idea
> sounds interesting though :)
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