mellowcellofellow at gmail.com
Wed Dec 13 23:48:33 UTC 2006
I've made a wiki for putting together content for a Spread Xubuntu type site
at http://cellofellow.homelinux.net/ubuntu/wiki . Please feel free to
contribute. Occasionally my DynDNS IP address gets messed up so this site
may be on-again off-again. Also my server is slow, but this should work.
On 12/13/06, Michael Killian <lindenlion at gmail.com> wrote:
> 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 gmail.com> 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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