[ubuntu-studio-users] ubuntustudio and KDE
erich at ericheickmeyer.com
Thu Jun 25 16:57:51 UTC 2020
Sorry about the earlier email, I hit send accidentally before I was ready.
Here's the complete email.
I want to make this as clear as possible: NOBODY IS FORCING YOU TO CHANGE.
Ubuntu Studio 20.04 LTS will remain Xfce. Support will continue until
Ubuntu Studio 20.10 and onward will be KDE Plasma.
*Ubuntu Studio Installer lets you put Ubuntu Studio on whatever
official flavor of Ubuntu you decide, and therefore whatever Desktop
Environment you decide.* For instance, to use Xfce with Ubuntu Studio
20.10 you'd install Xubuntu and then use Ubuntu Studio Installer
(https://ubuntustudio.org/ubuntu-studio-installer) to install the
tools and backend configurations on Xubuntu. You can do the same with
Ubuntu, Lubuntu, Ubuntu Budgie, Ubuntu Kylin, and Ubuntu MATE.
At no point do we ever recommend installing an additional desktop
environment on any flavor of Ubuntu as we, and other Ubuntu flavors,
simply cannot support it.
For those that wish to preview Ubuntu Studio with the KDE Plasma
switchover complete, you can look at the Ubuntu Studio Groovy Gorilla
daily images at http://cdimage.ubuntu.com/ubuntustudio/dvd/current.
Please stop assuming the worst.
On Thu, Jun 25, 2020 at 9:52 AM hans Schneidhofer <mei-mail at posteo.de>
> hi list,
> my "problem" is not the KDE-Environment itself. But if anyone uses
> ubuntustudio for 8 years in a Production-Environment, in most cases it
> is not enough time, to learn a new environment during studio-jobs.
> So, with xfce I know all the knobs and places, where I can find all the
> needed things and this is a really rally big advantage, if the mix has
> to be finished as fast as possible and master-DVD or whatever Source
> can be produced by our partner.
> In addition, studio time is still very precious and therefore scarce.
> Maybe, if some time is available I will spend this time to try aout
> this KDE-Environment. But ist is not a good idea to do this during
> working time.
> I hope this makes some things clearer why I am reluctant to switch from
> xfce to KDE at the moment.
> thanks one more time for the hints, how to use ubuntustudio 20.4 in my
> usual work environment.
> bye hans
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