Michael Killian lindenlion at
Wed Dec 13 11:49:26 UTC 2006

A distro with all the cons of Ubuntu but with better performance, especially
on older computers... For if you want to get the best out of your
computer... What totally rocks about Xubuntu? The simpleness. It just does
the job, (except if you want to install a printer...) etc. etc.

On 12/12/06, Joshua Gardner <mellowcellofellow at> wrote:
> Hello,
> At the last meeting Cody Somerville gave me a job in cooperation with
> other Ubuntu teams. I'm looking at the Marketing team right now and would
> like some input.
> To market Xubuntu Xubuntu needs an image. Some goals it wants to fill, how
> it fills them, and what's cool about Xubuntu. Both as a part of Ubuntu and
> as a stand alone distro.
> So, what are, from a dev's point of view, the goals of Xubuntu, and how
> does it fill them? How do you want people to see Xubuntu, what do you want
> them to think of when the hear Xubuntu? What just totally rocks about
> Xubuntu?
> There's been a little talk about a Firefox Flicks-like video campaign in
> the ubuntu-marketing mailing list. What sort of things would you put in a
> Xubuntu advertisement?
> What sort of marketing image should Xubuntu have?
> Once I have your input I'll also ask normal users, and then think of some
> proposal for the Ubuntu Marketing team. We'll get Xubuntu some marketing.
> -CelloFellow
> aka Josh
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"Let the breath be alive!" said LindenLion, to the heaven' lights...
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