Xubuntu remix and/or improvements (Was: Xubuntu Strategy Document review)
pasi at shimmerproject.org
Tue Jun 19 21:52:37 UTC 2012
On 06/20/2012 12:30 AM, Santiago Roland wrote:
> Hi all, i know I’m new here and i feel with no right to talk, and even
> more, talk of an off topic. I read the document you are talking about
> and i think it's great and well written despite the minor details that
> maybe could be corrected.
Are you referring to those posted on the list, or some other things?
> I'm trying to make a remix of Xubuntu and i tried to change the default
> panel layout with no luck and maybe developers could help me getting the
> correct settings for this.
> Maybe if developers could then tale a look at the xubuntu remix, they
> could be able to see what sort of changes i would propose to the whole
> XFCE/xubuntu settings and kinda start to talk about things like
> functionality, ease of use, even maybe applications improvements that i
> think Xubuntu could implement to have a better user experience.
>From my point of view, the best way to proceed is to give the Xubuntu
project feedback first before working on your own remix. If the
developers agree, these changes can be made to Xubuntu directly; this
way more people can benefit from them instead of them being in a
That being said, there is absolutely no promises on getting any changes
in, at least not without discussion. To raise discussion, you can either
post proposals to this list, or even better, post the proposals to this
list and after that, appear in a Xubuntu community meeting. (The next
meeting is tomorrow though that might be a bit tight – you'd want people
to have some time to read a mail and get familiar with the changes
Whether you chose to build your own remix whatsoever or gather some
proposals for Xubuntu, I'm sure other people will be more or less able
to help you on the issues you're having, including the one already
posted. In addition to this list, I'd try our development IRC channel
#xubuntu-devel on Freenode; it's rather active most days.
> I don't mean to disturb the talk flow here, but because I'm new here,
> don't know when/where to talk.
It's okay. Just remember to use a different subject line for every
separate discussion and people will be able to follow the threads they
are interested in – and ignore the threads they are not interested in,
or where they can't help.
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