colossus73 at gmail.com
Fri Aug 10 19:27:22 UTC 2007
On 8/10/07, Lionel Le Folgoc <mrpouit at ubuntu.com> wrote:
> or it means that nobody downloaded and tested the
> several Tribes live-cd (btw, that's not very cool for Jim and Freddy who
> ask for testing and try to write release notes).
The few spare time I have I deserve it to code my apps, Xarchiver and
now, because i responded to an help request, Xhelp the Xubuntu
Documentation Browser even though according to Jani Monoses Xubuntu
doesn't need it because of the default shipped Firefox...
> and finally, less than 10 people are doing something, packaging, coding,
> testing, trying to make the best release, and other people are always
> putting on the table the same topic (sylpheed or thunderbird, how great!).
A release is made up of many small/bug apps. There are people who
devoted their time to code them and others who care of the distro in
general. By the way what are you doing for Xubuntu Lionel?
> I don't think xubuntu lack a community, it only lacks active people...
That's true. So instead of speaking, let's ACT. Is there a need of
replacing apps? Let's begin. Is there a need for bugs hunting let's
> PS: please don't misinterpret me (and sorry for the sarcasms again), I
> am not blaming anyone, I am blaming us 'as a whole', and I am afraid we
> are going to the same point with the latest endless flamewar (gnome or
Me too :)
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