Good mail Phil!
In addition to that I think alot of people want to contribute, but don't
know how to go about it. If we make that step easier I believe it also
becomes easier to channel the information (which the newbies bring) more
Here a streamlined how to contribute from the
On 25/08/2011 00:34, Julien Lavergne wrote:
Le Wednesday 24 August 2011 à 23:27 +0200, Stefano a écrit :
new branch and new fats-search engine for the Lubuntu Software Center,
of course is still incomplete, hope will be ready for 12.04.
get the branch: bzr branch lp:lubuntu-software-center
Le Thursday 25 August 2011 à 19:41 +0800, PCMan a écrit :
Parsing the result of this query
basically give you a list of real applications. However, ubuntu website only
returned the first 100 items found. What
Le Thursday 25 August 2011 à 14:56 +0200, Stefano a écrit :
i've noticed that that parsing /usr/share/app-install/desktop is quite
simple, using this list in LSC is very fast.
the problem is merge two list. USC hide the non-real application
packages, but i think is best do a think like this:
i don't really know how to set up a ppa, but if somebody know how to do
or want get involve i can create an admin group for LSC.
i'm having some problem with the branch now, it says that the branch are
diverged, i will fix as soon as possible.
On 25/08/2011 18:17, Jean-Pierre Vidal Piesset
I don't know what else I can add to the title. No daily images have been
available for several days.
I particularly want to be able to test some of the ubiquity changes with
Lubuntu rather than Ubuntu but so far that's not possible.
Also quite a few sites now say that dailies are available but
And while you all laugh
Can someone give me the idiots guide as to how to pull this into my 11.10
test area? Adding PPA's I can do, but I've lost track of what is where!
On Thu, Aug 25, 2011 at 8:27 PM, Stefano eco.st...@fastwebnet.it wrote:
If you just want to test it, you just need to download the branch (bzr
branch lp:lubuntu-software-center), and launch it (python
bzr: ERROR: Invalid http response for
Has any one tried an old ubuntu lately? lets say for example 8.10? Its damn
Don't understand why from there (here in my case) Ubuntu is demanding so
many resources... i imagine 8.10 versioned as Lubuntu: it would be
For starts, the theme (Human) renders very fast and apps
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