[TEAM] ISO target size
Bruno Augusto Clemente de Assis
brunuclemente at gmail.com
Wed Feb 11 17:28:56 UTC 2015
My main concern is: If we raise the max limit to 2GB, won't we be giving
more opportunities to people say: "Well, now that we have 2GB, why don't we
raise it to 3GB"? I think we should raise it in 500mb, and set the top
limit as 1.5gb. I don't know if 500mb would be enough, but we should give
it a try.
2015-02-11 13:40 GMT-02:00 Bruno Benitez <gridcube at gmail.com>:
> 2015-02-11 12:06 GMT-03:00 Pasi Lallinaho <pasi at shimmerproject.org>:
>> > I would suggest a one click install or something similar for
>> LibreOffice amd stick with 1GB.
>> This has been suggested before with LibreOffice and other software. What
>> does the rest of the team feel about this generally (without having to
>> +1 or -1)?
>> Isn't the USC already like a one click install?
> I think it would be more beneficial to users to have a "Welcome to
> Xubuntu" tutorial in the desktop, something like the installer slideshow
> but that can be called by users and has a "uninstall me" at the end of
> itself, it should explain the basic software that comes with xubuntu and
> how simple is to get alternatives, like "page one, internet (explains
> firefox and hexchat/pidgin, and some of the alternatives)", "page two:
> office (explains abiword and gnumeric and how easy is to install LO or any
> other)", 3 multimedia (gmb, ristretto and parole), and finally games. I
> think this would be more sensible as it would serve as a teaching tool to
> new users about how to behave in the ubuntu environment and how to get new
> For the matter of ISO target size i don't think we should change it, ≃1GB
> is good. but it should not be a limit size, if applications already shipped
> require more space then be it, no applications should be dropped.
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