Le mercredi 28 avril 2010 à 22:09 +0800, Goh Lip a écrit :
> The following was sent to the Kubuntu-users mailing list and the
> Ubuntu-mailing-list. But still ....I think there's more that can be
> done
> not just by each of us, but the 'organizational' effort, especially
> if 
> directed outside the ubuntu 'sphere' can be effective.
> For example....
> o media coverage, emphasizing lightness and speed with codecs and
> fonts.
> o corporate free add-ons for broad-band providers (to give their 
> customers) with customized browser and slypheed defaults. (how
> expensive 
> can a 2Gb disk be?) which can be installed to the pc or as carry-on's.
> o tie-ins with companies like google (why not?) or yahoo; yes, google
> is 
> coming out with their own OS, but their main profit target is not in
> OS, 
> and other OS's which enables their main target objective would be 
> welcome. Google giving out DNS is brilliant, gaining.... 

Keep in mind that Lubuntu is very young, with limited feedbacks, and
limited ressources :)

It's also important to note that Lubuntu target a specific range of
hardware spec. The goal is not be universal, it's the goal of the
standard Ubuntu version :) We don't have a "world domination plan" :)

Julien Lavergne

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