Related to this question is what to do with what is currently the
separate lxde blueprint in Launchpad:

I would be happy to see about transferring it to the Lubuntu Team if the
Lubuntu team does wish to formally take it over...

In any case, yes, I also think the key is finding the right reasonable

Ed Hewitt wrote:
> I think we should go with Firefox. However, OpenOffice would solve the
> problem of having no presentation software if we went with Abiword &
> Gnumeric. We could use these tweaks to speed up OpenOffice. >>>
> By going "small", we will achieve the objective of achieving a
> lightweight distro. However, I still think a good out of the box
> experience, as long as we keep it to a minimal. So by having a few basic
> utilities (such as synaptic), need a few must have apps (such as web
> browser, office apps, chat, media player). we can still achieve a user
> friend lightweight distro. Its all about getting the right balance.
> Maybe another Lubuntu IRC Meeting could be useful to discuss my points.
> It would be great to have an application list set in time for Karmic.
> Could be Lubuntu's first release????
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