more than 128 M needed for liveCD
imnotb at gmail.com
Wed Nov 8 15:23:42 UTC 2006
I think I'll upgrade with the release of the first
Could you post a message to this mailinglist when that is released?
On 11/7/06, Jani Monoses <jani.monoses at gmail.com> wrote:
> On 11/7/06, Adam Miller <maxamillion at gmail.com> wrote:
> > Jani,
> > Fair enough. I will agree that I would like to see samba support in
> > Thunar or atleast a plugin written for it. I would like to see Feisty be our
> > boost into the realm of the others and I plan to do my best to be very
> > active in its progress. Also, I heard rumor of beryl taking over as the
> > window manager for Feisty, any truth in this?
> You're very welcome to help. Actually I'd like many more people starting
> to contribute regularly in various aspects of xubuntu development.
> Just as with the website we need small and not necessarily disjoint teams
> concentrating on
> - constant bug triaging and coordination with xfce bugzilla
> - artwork
> - documentation
> - possibly packaging work
> The main difference I'dlike to see from dapper and edgy is these teams
> being autonomous and on top of these areas the best they can with no
> dependency on my or someone else's opinion but based on community feedback
> and working very close with the respective ubuntu teams making sure artwork
> and doc and related administrivia or technical details are taken care of.
> A requirement for all development work is these people running feisty as
> soon as possible in the release cycle otherwise things get slowed down.
> Jonathan also said he'd try arranging regular Q&A session with volunteer
> community people so we have less random bug reporting patterns
> As for beryl, the beryl devs are here currently at UDS Mountain View, and
> this is one of the items being discussed and high priority for feisty. It
> remain to be seen how it will work out, the specs are at
> I am not sure how this will affect xubuntu, we will definitely not drop
> default xfwm4 but AFAIK beryl integrates nicely with xfce. As with most
> areas we wait to see how ubuntu's side of the work pans out.
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