Ideas for Xubuntu Oneiric Ocelot
Glenn de Groot
glenn_de_groot at hotmail.com
Fri Apr 29 21:47:04 UTC 2011
great to see work on Oneiric is already getting started. :)I still have some ideas, here are a few:
-Replace Gimp with Mtpaint/rgbpaint or ShotwellGimp just takes a lot of space and is too advanced for the average user.I think following Ubuntu by picking Shotwell is the best idea.
-Replace Vinagre with RemminaRemmina is smaller and supports more protocols. :)
-Replace Gcalctool with GalculatorGalculator is 1 mb smaller and they are both easy to use.
I hope you guys like my ideas and share yours as well. :)
> Date: Fri, 29 Apr 2011 12:31:41 -0600
> From: cjk at teamcharliesangels.com
> To: xubuntu-devel at lists.ubuntu.com
> Subject: Ideas for Xubuntu Oneiric Ocelot
> In the interests of getting us going with the development of Xubuntu
> Oneiric, I am giving a list of some goals we should consider. Feel free
> to add to this list:
> lightdm - This will be a topic for UDS for Ubuntu, possibly to be used
> in place of GDM, which would help us.
> Artwork and Themes - improve what we have in Xubuntu 11.04. This is a
> great wallpaper and theme. Perhaps we can do some fine-tuning.
> midori - This does have the capability to import bookmarks now. I do
> not know how well it works with multiple tabs.
> pastebinit - even though this is a command line application, we
> recommend it in #xubuntu. It would be great to have it already
> installed for the user.
> pavucontrol - Audio controls for pulse audio. Installation of this
> resolves about 90% of the user audio/sound issues.
> This is by no means a complete list of things we have to do. It is
> merely suggestions, to be looked into. If anyone has anything else we
> want to look at, let's get it added. The earlier we can look into
> stuff, the further ahead we get trying to make the release happen.
> Charlie Kravetz
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