Alright, not that I want to start any E-fights, but I do believe these are 
serious questions that need to be answered

in any project, there needs to be a driving reason behind it other then 
"because", also, there needs to be a reason for people to try it, and switch, 
or else this project will eventually fail.

in light of this, here are my questions

1- what will Lubuntu offer that any other version of *buntu does not offer?
2- what kind of performance increase shall we see with Lubuntu?
3- what is our geographic and demographic target?
4- is Lxde ready for its own *Buntu variant?
5- how will Lubuntu compared to Xubuntu in terms of GB install, Ram usage, 
performance and functionality?
6- what is the projected usage curve for this project?

these are hard questions to answer, however they do need to be addressed. I own 
a computer repair and sale company in Canada, and I and currently in university 
studying accounting and marketing. regardless of how we feel about it, we are 
competing for market share with countless Linux's including which many 
variants, official or not of Ubuntu. Is this system competing against all 
distro's? Xubuntu only? Ubuntu and Xubuntu? #!? or is it a system that will be 
aimed for the Windows/mac user to switch.

Jon York

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