Of course I'm serious. My priorities, right now, are achieving a perfect integration with Ubuntu in almost all aspects of Lubuntu identity, including brand marks, colour specs, design lines, advertising (if any), social networks presence, etc. Also, a good entrance, such as a good website is, could do the downloading process more easy for end-users. In case of Lubuntu Team, that's not me, is Canonical who adverted that we must be close to them (you can check the design LInes published at design.canonical.com).
All of this makes TOO a good distro, not only the code. And I must be clear about I'm not deprecating the coder's work, but you must admit that design is always the last everybody think in for everything, and that's a big mistake. Ok, an icon is a tiny thing, but I'm trying to make the Lubuntu image rock solid and homogeneous for three years, with not too much success, I must to say. -- Go to rafaellaguna.com Go to Lubuntu.net
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