Aloha b,

First of all, it's not a newsletter, it's a mailing-list. It's not only a
place for announcing the newest version of Lubuntu, it's a place for

Secondly I agree with Raphael that the theme should be nigh prefect and
consistent everywhere. That is one selling point of a distribution.

With metta, Chris
On Nov 17, 2011 8:54 PM, "b g" <> wrote:

> This newsletter has become full of things that are minor or even
> inconsequential to most of us.
> 2011/11/17 神癒礁湖 (Rafael Laguna) <>
>> **
>> 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
>> 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.
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