[ubuntu-uk] Kubuntu Screencast
binary_y2k2 at blueyonder.co.uk
Mon Nov 13 13:25:33 GMT 2006
Alan Pope wrote:
> On Mon, Nov 13, 2006 at 11:13:08AM +0000, Stuart Parkington wrote:
>>> Ok, I gave this whole screencast thing a go, it's on upgrading packages, like Alans last one, but for Kubuntu.
>>> It's not what you'd call in-depth but I tried to cover the same stuff Alan went over in his one.
>>> It's about 7 mins long and covers the Adept updater and Adept package manager,
>>> which was fun because I actually use Synaptic and update-notifier as I severely hate Adept :-P .
>>> Before you look at it, just remember I'm not popey, I'm a guy from B'ham so I don't have "The voice of the balls".
>> Hey mate, there is nothing at all wrong with your accent. Even this
>> 'dumb northerner' could make out every word. Besides, I don't know if
>> being 'The voice of the balls' should be a compliment of an insult!
> I totally agree. It's great that other people are keen on doing this
> too. I am glad that it's not a one-man-band effort. It also helps to
> cement the community if we work together on something like this (IMO).
Now it's a two-man-band, hehe
>>> Let me know what you think of it, but don't be to harsh :-D
> I really liked it. I added it to http://quickones.org/ and whilst I
> appreciate that's in no way an official site, don't forget that all the
> content produced so far is released under a free license. So in the
> event that an official site is made we can just transfer the content.
>> Totally excellent work! Nicely themed both in keeping with Kubuntu and
>> the work that Alan has done. Long enough to be interesting and relevant
>> without over doing the point. Not being a KDE user at all (well not
>> since v2), I've just learned lots.
> Yeah, I'm no KDE user, so this is fantastic to have someone tackle
> Kubuntu. Next we need edubuntu and xubuntu :)
As long as it's not me, then I agree :-P
Glad you liked it, it's starting to be fun making them now :-D
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