Hi, thanks for the detailed reply. I'll remove the keyboard warning.
We can only use the Ubuntu building for futur ISO, not old. We (Jonathan > or me) can create a new 10.04, but it will need testing and maybe fixes. > I'm not sure it's so necessary, because you can do the install with the > current one, and do the updates as usual. I know it's long, but creating > and testing a new ISO will also need time. I was thinking that possibly using something like remastersys http://www.geekconnection.org/remastersys/ubuntu.html may be possible for Jonathan to get a 'community' 10.04 update out pretty quickly rather than you both having to spend time checking and re-checking a new-build? As I write this I received your update on the alternate daily. I'll watch out for it! Regards, Phill. On Thu, Jul 28, 2011 at 8:44 PM, Julien Lavergne <gi...@ubuntu.com> wrote: > Le Wednesday 27 July 2011 à 23:42 +0100, Phill Whiteside a écrit : > > > > I *think* I have tracked down all pages referring to 'testing'. Could > > you please check https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Lubuntu/Testing for the > > warning about Ubiquity and key-board etc. > The keyboard warning is not necessary anymore. > > > I have left the alpha 1 there as it is available at 'CD' size iso as > > opposed to the usual too large daily images that we get during a > > build. > > > > I do think the page needs some further updating, so I ask if you could > > possibly find a little time to ensure it is fully up to date. > Yes, but we will probably have some pages at http://iso.qa.ubuntu.com/ > Documentation will need update at this moment. > > > There was a mention of > > https://wiki.ubuntu.com/DerivativeTeam/Derivatives/Lubuntu that one of > > the guys noticed, as I was previously unaware of a 'derivatives' team, > > and it was well out of date I have put a divert on it to point to the > > current page. As I have previously said, having various pages all > > needing updating is madness. If their team has any complaints, please > > forward them to me. I did leave a comment as to why I had done it. > I wasn't ware this Team was still active. I'm sure they will be ok with > the divert, thanks. > > > > As we are now on 'official' build, where does this leave the earlier > > builds, the one that spring to mind is 10.04 - Is it easier to > > maintain these as not official builds using our 'old' system of > > building, or can the 10.04 be brought into the 'official' build > > system. 10.04 desperately needs re-making, there are something like > > 300 updates at 250Mb to download, if we are to truly to support it I > > would strongly suggest that as the generic ubuntu is up to 10.04.3, we > > do spin a new iso. I'm sure Jonathan will curse me every way, but I am > > sure he can spin one for Lubuntu 10.04 > We can only use the Ubuntu building for futur ISO, not old. We (Jonathan > or me) can create a new 10.04, but it will need testing and maybe fixes. > I'm not sure it's so necessary, because you can do the install with the > current one, and do the updates as usual. I know it's long, but creating > and testing a new ISO will also need time. > > > For 11.10, I note that 32bit and two 64bit variants are produced, but > > there is no mention of an 'alternate' install iso. Is this something > > that will be naturally added as Lubuntu slots into the 'official' > > build system, or is it something that must be done separately? > I guess only 32 and 64 bits are available for daily build, and alternate > and armel (?) are produced only for releases (Alpha, Beta etc ..) > > Regards, > Julien Lavergne > > -- https://wiki.ubuntu.com/phillw
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