[ubuntu-studio-devel] Elementary OS

Set Hallstrom sakrecoer at gmail.com
Wed Sep 2 17:13:50 UTC 2015

On 2015-09-02 18:19, ttoine wrote:

> What is important is not what picture we put for the default background,
> or if we should choose XFCE vs Unity. This look'n feel or technical stuff.
> What is important is how to create something to answer user needs. This
> is the foundation of a project.

I think that is clear. But i'm confused about your intentions
statements. On one hand, you state your lack of time and resources. On
the other hand you want to start from scratch. I understand starting
from scratch could allow you to get funds, but how to get those funds
and where? Kickstarter with the promise of something fresher than
ubuntustudio? Or is there a plan as to get funds before you have
something to fund? I feel like i sound super negative and its bothering
me. It's not my intention... I'm really glad this is coming up. It seems
like many old todo's have been left behind and are starting to create a
mess. I would personally prefer try to clean up all the over due things
you state, but how about putting it this way:

*We should probably consider:*

- Fixing the website
- Fixing the wiki
- Propagate links to the studio section in the ubuntuforum
- Help ttoine raise our concerns with canonical about promotional
stuffs, partnership, official recommendation from manufacturers and
editors, and crowdfunding.

Maybe the reason because our wiki, forum and website got left behind is
because things got comfortable on IRC and none of us tryed to get all
the bits and pieces of questions and answers together in one spot? I
don't know, i'm just an enthusiastic n00b-dev trying to understand where
to start. But i feel like we would save ourself a great deal of energy
with a simple list of tasks regarding how to fix what is broken, rather
than abondon ship.


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