top 10 FAQ for Xubuntu site
gridcube at gmail.com
Thu Jul 7 03:48:04 UTC 2011
Hello, as I'm not seeing people considering new questions i have taken the
time to do a simple grep of the #xubuntu logs from irclogs.ubuntu.com from
09 to last week for:
How do? <http://pastebin.com/k1v1Aptq>
How to? <http://pastebin.com/8B6ghP0g>
What program? <http://pastebin.com/yPerf92m>
I want to.. <http://pastebin.com/zTa40Wf9>
I think that looking at this we could manage to condense a bunch of
repetitive questions that pop from time to time, if you think there is
something to add to my greps please tell me and I will add that too. Else I
will start to parse this results for the most common questions I can find.
Again, thank you all who do Xubuntu, and have a nice day. :)
2011/6/29 Charlie Kravetz <cjk at teamcharliesangels.com>
> On Mon, 20 Jun 2011 17:06:32 -0300
> Bruno Benitez <gridcube at gmail.com> wrote:
> > Hello to all, hope you are having a very nice day.
> > First of all thanks to all the people who makes xubuntu, I always find
> > to be one of the greatest linux distros I've tried. So Thank You All.
> > Now to business, as I've proposed on the #xubuntu-devel channel I would
> > if Xubuntu had a "Top 10 FAQ", Why? because I feel that if a new user
> > to an absolute new OS and finds out he can't listen his music he might go
> > and say, "What?!" and then leave, but if he would come and see that what
> > has just installed says to them "Here, check this top 10 questions to get
> > you started", then he would feel welcome and will most probably stay.
> > So I'm proposing this possible, not demandatory, and not even 10,
> > in no particular order either:
> > *How to listen music and play video?
> > How to install video drivers?
> > How to turn sound?
> > How to play DVD's?
> > How to enable Compiz? (*this is a really usual question on #xubuntu*)
> > How does one move panels? (*this might sound silly, but many people have
> > asked this at least once, me included*)
> > How to add new themes?
> > Why don't wallpapers stay listed on the xfdesktop-settings?
> > *
> > I am also proposing this to be 10 FAQ because that would make them easy
> > mantain, and easy to translate to many languages by those people
> > on to it, like me.
> > Well thats all i guess, have a good day.
> This is a fantastic idea for Xubuntu. Yes, many of these should be
> intuitive. Some are, but most are issues that many new people ask over
> and over in #xubuntu. I am quite sure these are not all the things it
> would be nice to point to, either. Let's get a list together and post
> it on the http://xubuntu.org. It will not only be a very useful aid for
> new users, but a way to draw/push those same users to the website.
> If you would like to see an item on this list, please submit it. We are
> closing submissions in two weeks, which will be 2011-07-13.
> Thanks for helping make Xubuntu greater than it is!
> Charlie Kravetz
> Xubuntu Project Lead
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