Lucid Lynx - Why it will rock.

Cory K. coryisatm at
Tue Oct 20 00:18:16 BST 2009

On 10/19/2009 05:10 PM, Eric Hedekar wrote:
> On Mon, Oct 19, 2009 at 1:36 PM, Cory K.<coryisatm at>  wrote:
>> Because we will command it to be so. :)
>> All kidding aside, I'm considering throwing my hat back in the ring for this
>> next cycle. My schedule will keep me more on Luke's time online but that's
>> just how it is. Any objections?
>> So. What do we wanna tackle?
>> JACK in main.
>> New art (James (dashua) and I will tackle this)
>> LOTS of bug fixin'. *-controls and *-settings bugs are drivin' me nuts.
>> Looks like *-controls needs love as well.
>> Now I have a proposal for the site I wanted to run by you guys 1st before I
>> put it on the list. :) I'm thinking /if/ we can't do a complete site
>> overhaul we point our domains to the wiki. The site has just been too much
>> of a hassle without someone dedicated to maintain it. Y/N?
>> Since Lucid is an LTS I think it's important we get a plan and put it into
>> action as soon as we can.
>> I have started a page to has out things:
> I'm planning on giving the website a little bit of loving very soon -
> I'd hate to see the wiki be our front page.
> Cory can you add that link to our upcoming meeting agenda
> It's great to hear you're coming back to the project.
> And yes, Lucid will Rock - provided there's a solid kernel.


I'd also like to suggest that everyone interested in Lucid's development 
subscribe to the page to keep current w/changes.

As far as me coming back I won't be full-on like in the past but I will 
be making a big effort to be attentive to emails and help craft Lucid's 
path. I am only planning on the 1 cycle for now.

-Cory K.

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