[TEAM] Gathering "testimonials" for marketing purposes
florentior at gmail.com
Mon Aug 8 15:07:42 UTC 2016
I don't mind a Xubuntu LTS-only policy so long as a few other Ubuntu
flavors maintain intermediate releases. Have other Ubuntu flavors
discussed going to LTS only? With intermediate releases, it's possible
to mix and match different ppa's to create hybrid systems.
For example: I download newer kernels at a faster pace than 16.04 LTS
through the canonical-kernel-team ppa. I've set this ppa to yakkety.
I'm at 4.6.x now versus 4.4.x. I prefer downloading kernels ahead of
the curve. I don't mind having to fix a few minor faults now and then to
maintain a more advanced kernel system.
I've always thought that LTS was for users who prefer stability over
experimentation. Experimenters like myself do exist, however. Perhaps
Xubuntu is not right for me because most Xubuntu users would be better
served by LTS only. Perhaps it is time for an experimenter's xfce
environment to leave the Canonical suite and become its own distribution.
On 08/08/2016 09:10 AM, PK wrote:
> I have one suggestion to make: the perceived quality of the "brand"
> Xubuntu can perhaps be improved when the only codebase is Ubuntu LTS
> and its point releases. So no more short-lived intermediate releases.
> Comparable with the release policy that Linux Mint has adopted in 2014.
> Keep up the good work! I's being appreciated by more people than you
> might realize. :-)
> Regards, Pjotr.
> 2016-08-08 12:44 GMT+02:00 Pasi Lallinaho <pasi at shimmerproject.org
> <mailto:pasi at shimmerproject.org>>:
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