imnotb at gmail.com
Fri Mar 3 07:46:20 UTC 2006
Well, I think that those chances are small as you deliberately choose
Xubuntu instead of Ubuntu.
But still, it could happen, but we could use the same background as Ubuntu
and, I don't know, put a mouse of "Xfce" over it or something.
On 3/3/06, Jani Monoses <jani.monoses at gmail.com> wrote:
> > I think we should use the same background as Ubuntu. This would
> > certainly be more unified, and I don't think confusion will be a problem as
> > you do thoughtfully "pick" Xubuntu, so you know it's Xfce and what you can
> > expect, not that some one will feel like "where has the menu's gone?". I
> > think the more unified the better, personally.
> My worry is related to the fact that someone may get in front of a
> xubuntu box thinking it is ubuntu and then getting
> annoyed when certain things do not behave as expected. The same happens
> when expecting gnome/kde to behave like
> windows so I am not sure how much of an issue this is.
> So while I think we should be consistent since that means polish and less
> confusion for users it should be clear all along
> that the system is xfce based.
> As for background a nonintrusive 'xubuntu' text seems ok to me, just like
> ubuntu does, and on the artwork wiki page
> there is such a wallpaper by Jozsef Mak.
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