Re: [Lubuntu-desktop] LXDE 'running' on the Nook

2011-12-21 Thread Rafael Laguna
And me joking about installing Lubuntu directly on my phone :) And look, it
could be a good implementation on tablet and mobile devices.

Nice video!


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2011/12/21 Yorvyk yorvik.ubu...@googlemail.com

 Thought this may be of interest, still a way to go before it runs fully
 but still interesting.
 http://www.omgubuntu.co.uk/2011/12/ubuntu-running-on-the-nook-tablet/

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Re: [Lubuntu-desktop] Strange behavior with Chromium

2011-12-01 Thread 神癒礁湖 (Rafael Laguna)

  
  
Have you tested this with Firefox?

You can do another thing. Open this address:
https://mail.google.com/mail/?ui=htmlzy=e

It will open GMail in basic HTML mode.

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Re: [Lubuntu-desktop] Website lubuntu.net design

2011-11-30 Thread Rafael Laguna
Sorry, my fault. I'll correct this today.



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2011/11/29 Gabriel Salles gabrielper...@gmail.com

 Hi,

 I just saw the lubuntu.net site and is written there   Please refer
 to the Lubuntu 11.11 Release Notes for more info.

 Att,

 Gabriel Salles

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Re: [Lubuntu-desktop] lubuntu proxy configuration

2011-11-30 Thread Rafael Laguna
It's comprenhensive. I'm too lazy for fighting with the terminal, and I
love graphical tools, like end users do.
El 30/11/2011 13:35, Andrew Woodhead andrew.woodhead...@gmail.com
escribió:



 2011/11/30 神癒礁湖 (Rafael Laguna) rafaellag...@gmail.com

 Yes, you can use LXProxy.



  http://lubuntublog.blogspot.com/ http://www.lubuntu.net/



 2011/11/30 Daniel A. Rodriguez daniel.armando.rodrig...@gmail.com

 Is there any graphical tool to set proxy configuration? I'm usig lubuntu
 11.10




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 Why do you need a graphical tool? If you set it in /etc/environment it
 will apply to all users, rather than just the one you set it up for in the
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Re: [Lubuntu-desktop] Fwd: [lubuntu newsletter] lubuntu 10.10 released

2011-11-30 Thread Rafael Laguna
WUT?


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2011/11/30 Jean-Pierre Vidal Piesset jpx...@gmail.com

  Got this a few hours ago... any thoughts about it??

 NOTE: LUBUNTU 10.10 !!

  Mensaje original  Asunto: [lubuntu newsletter] lubuntu
 10.10 releasedFecha: Wed, 30 Nov 2011 04:12:57 + De: lubuntu
 lubu...@lxde.org lubu...@lxde.org



  LUBUNTU 10.10 RELEASED
 --

 Taipei/Berlin/Paris, Oct. 10, 2010: Following intensive development Julien
 Lavergne, developement lead of lubuntu, announced version 10.10 of the
 lightweight desktop on October 10, 2010. lubuntu is a faster, more
 lightweight and energy saving Ubuntu variant using LXDE, the Lightweight X11
 Desktop Environment. It includes a special selection of light applications
 combining easy usability and performance.
 lubuntu is targeted at normal PC users running on low-spec hardware.
 Improvements of the latest lubuntu version include autologin support in
 ubiquity, support of install only mode in ubiquity, support for
 lubuntu-restricted package in ubiquity. lubuntu 10.10 comes with a completely
 new theme by Rafael Laguna. Lxpanel now supports Ubuntu indicators applets.
 Added applications and tools are Update-notifier, to get notification for
 available updates, Xpad, to create quick notes and Ace-of-penguins, to
 provide some games. Parcellite, which is not maintained upstream, was removed
 and Pyneighborhood was replaced by gvfs support of pcmanfm. LXtask replaces
 Xfce4-taskmanager for tasks monitoring. Evince is now used for reading PDF.
 During new installations a slideshow now describes features of the system.
 Minimum requirements for lubuntu are comparable to Pentium II or Celeron
 systems with a 128 Mb RAM configuration, which may yield a slow yet usable
 system with lubuntu.
 lubuntu features lightweight design work, faster boot speed and a smart
 choice of applications aimed at keeping resource usage low. The standard web
 browser is Chromium, the open-source version of Google Chrome. Besides speed
 the lubuntu team aims to offer the best possible compromise for new users
 offering easy to use application.
 While lubuntu is developed with the end user in mind, its lightweight
 approach also makes it attractive to corporate users focusing on faster
 completion of tasks. Applications included are Sylpheed as e-mail client,
 Openbox as window manager, the file manager PCManFM, GPicView Image Viewer,
 Transmission for Bittorrent, Gnumeric for spreadsheets and Abiword for word
 processing. A new meta-package (lubuntu-core) is available to install only
 core packages of Lubuntu.  A new meta-package (lubuntu-restricted-extras) is
 available to install restricted packages for Lubuntu (such as flash, java and
 extra codecs for chromium). Additional applications are available through the
 packaging installation system Synaptic from Ubuntu repositories.
 Features of lubuntu 10.10:
 * Faster boot speed through integration of lxdm, LXDE display manager
 * Low usage of system resources through Lightweight X11 Desktop
 Environment
 * Lower energy-consumption
 * Access to software repository through Synaptic software manager
 Images for press use are available onhttps://wiki.ubuntu.com/Lubuntu/Marketing
 Availability
 lubuntu 10.10 is entirely free of charge available for download 
 fromhttp://lubuntu.net.
 Useful links:
 * How to install lubuntu:https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Lubuntu#Install%20Lubuntu
 * How to upgrade from Ubuntu to 
 lubuntu:https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Lubuntu/DocumentationHelp
 About LXDE
 LXDE, the Lightweight X11 Desktop Environment is an extremely
 fast-performing and energy-saving desktop environment. Started by Hong Yen
 Jee known under his nick name PCMan, in Taiwan in 2005, LXDE is today
 maintained by an international community of developers. It comes with a
 beautiful interface, multi-language support, standard keyboard short cuts and
 additional features like tabbed file browsing. LXDE uses less CPU and less
 RAM than other environments. It is especially designed for cloud computers
 with low hardware specifications, such as, netbooks, mobile devices (e.g.
 MIDs) or older computers. LXDE can be installed with many Linux
 distributions. It is the standard for Knoppix and lubuntu and it also runs
 with  BSD. LXDE provides a fast desktop experience; connecting easily with
 applications in the cloud and supporting a wealth of programs that can be
 installed locally with Linux systems. The source code of LXDE is licensed
 partly under the terms of the the General Public License and partly under the
 LGPL. The website can be accessed under http://lxde.org.
 About lubuntu
 lubuntu was founded after a meeting with Mark Shuttleworth in Berlin during
 the Ubuntu Developer Sprint in February 2009 
 (Source:http://blog.lxde.org/?p=208). The desktop is currently among the top
 distributions on the page rank hit on distrowatch
 (http

[Lubuntu-desktop] web mockup #1

2011-11-25 Thread Rafael Laguna
Here it os, the first mockup, using the Ubuntu drupal theme, but blue
tuned. Of course, texts, images and links are fake. Just for imagining
how it would look. I'll make another one without any Canonical influence,
some kind KDE did, and more user friendly, direct to people, and less
serious.

http://i.imgur.com/6mfma.png

But the goals of these webs (now mockups) will be:

   - very visible download button
   - easy navigation menu
   - front exposure of the product (a PC with Lubuntu installed and working)
   - a few sub-articles (in this case product features)
   - the #2 article should be the last blog post
   - the #3 article should be the last forum post (and no more than 3)
   What do you think? ...working on the #2!



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Re: [Lubuntu-desktop] web mockup #1

2011-11-25 Thread Rafael Laguna
...making me blush... :|


 http://lubuntublog.blogspot.com/  http://www.lubuntu.net/



2011/11/25 Phill Whiteside phi...@phillw.net

 As always Rafael, your artwork is brilliant... Fantastic clean look :)

 Regards,

 Phill.


 2011/11/25 Lalatendu Mohanty then4...@yahoo.co.in

  On Friday 25 November 2011 06:24 PM, 神癒礁湖 (Rafael Laguna) wrote:

 Here it os, the first mockup, using the Ubuntu drupal theme, but blue
 tuned. Of course, texts, images and links are fake. Just for imagining
 how it would look. I'll make another one without any Canonical influence,
 some kind KDE did, and more user friendly, direct to people, and less
 serious.

  http://i.imgur.com/6mfma.png

  But the goals of these webs (now mockups) will be:

- very visible download button
 - easy navigation menu
- front exposure of the product (a PC with Lubuntu installed and
working)
 - a few sub-articles (in this case product features)
 - the #2 article should be the last blog post
 - the #3 article should be the last forum post (and no more than 3)
 What do you think? ...working on the #2!




   http://lubuntublog.blogspot.com/  http://www.lubuntu.net/




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Re: [Lubuntu-desktop] web mockup #1

2011-11-25 Thread Rafael Laguna
Oh, and we can use the Ubuntu's theme with only a few modifications. Easy.


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2011/11/25 神癒礁湖 (Rafael Laguna) rafaellag...@gmail.com

 ...making me blush... :|


  http://lubuntublog.blogspot.com/  http://www.lubuntu.net/



 2011/11/25 Phill Whiteside phi...@phillw.net

 As always Rafael, your artwork is brilliant... Fantastic clean look :)

 Regards,

 Phill.


 2011/11/25 Lalatendu Mohanty then4...@yahoo.co.in

  On Friday 25 November 2011 06:24 PM, 神癒礁湖 (Rafael Laguna) wrote:

 Here it os, the first mockup, using the Ubuntu drupal theme, but blue
 tuned. Of course, texts, images and links are fake. Just for imagining
 how it would look. I'll make another one without any Canonical influence,
 some kind KDE did, and more user friendly, direct to people, and less
 serious.

  http://i.imgur.com/6mfma.png

  But the goals of these webs (now mockups) will be:

- very visible download button
 - easy navigation menu
- front exposure of the product (a PC with Lubuntu installed and
working)
 - a few sub-articles (in this case product features)
 - the #2 article should be the last blog post
 - the #3 article should be the last forum post (and no more than 3)
 What do you think? ...working on the #2!




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Re: [Lubuntu-desktop] Some considerations about the Precise theme

2011-11-18 Thread Rafael Laguna
You're right. Dark themes are battery savers, but if they're too dark it
cause fuzzy eyes. Too much light cause eye fatigue. That's why the Oneiric
wall is not as light as older ones, but still light blue.

And there're lots of reasons to be blue. First is corporative. Second is
usability and eye-friendly (and allows hours and hours of fun :D ).

You can check this:
http://books.google.com/books/about/Art_and_visual_perception.html?id=9RktoatXGQ0C

if you want more reasons about what I'm doing for every pixel I design.
It's not just aesthetics. Design means usability. That's why I like window
and menu shadows, they improve visibility and gives attention to the first
plane on screen.

I know, I know, it's boring. But look, Suse is green. I think it's a
mistake associate green (as leaf or nature colour) with energy efficiency.
You can make black thing and keep efficient. Also, PUD Linux and Vector are
green now. Even some people asked me about including yellow wallpapers
because it's warm.

You know it cannot fit for everybody. So going more neutral this time, as
neutral as you'll can use any wallpaper and still looking good with
unsaturated (gray) panels and windows.



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2011/11/18 Josh Embrey thelastorph...@gmail.com

 In regards to going lighter with Lubuntu, we must remember our key targets
 and goal.  I switched my GTK and Openbox themes to dark themes and it added
 another 40 minutes to my netbook's battery when on full brightness, over an
 hour with minimal brightness.  I took every step to ensure that it was just
 the colors changing that changed the battery life.  Being LXDE aims at
 having a minimal footprint, using dark themes helps minimize power
 consumption, continuing with the goal.

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Re: [Lubuntu-desktop] Ubuntu Site

2011-11-18 Thread Rafael Laguna
Yes, it's a bit tricky. Look at this:
http://www.ubuntu.com/project/about-ubuntu/derivatives

They're called derivatives, not flavours, so they look like mutations
from the original.

With OpenSuse it's easier:
http://software.opensuse.org/121/es

They look like another type of same distro, I mean, 32bit, 64bit, LXDE
variant, KDE variant...




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2011/11/18 Tim Bernhard ohiom...@gmail.com

 I'm wondering how people find out about Ubuntu derivatives?  When I look
 at the Ubuntu site  I don't see anything about other Ubuntu based distros.

 Tim

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Re: [Lubuntu-desktop] Fw: Dropping i386 non-PAE as a supported kernel flavour in Precise Pangolin

2011-11-18 Thread Rafael Laguna
But there're Lubuntu users on Pentium II and similar machines. In fact
they're happy an OS can handle those trashy computers and make them
useable.

Will this affect those users?



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2011/11/18 Julien Lavergne gi...@ubuntu.com

 I forgot to forward this mail from ubuntu-devel, it may have an impact on
 Lubuntu since we shared the same kernel.

 Regards,
 Julien Lavergne

 Begin forwarded message:

 Date: Wed, 09 Nov 2011 14:43:28 -0700
 From: Tim Gardner tim.gard...@canonical.com
 To: Ubuntu Kernel Team kernel-t...@lists.ubuntu.com,
 ubuntu-de...@lists.ubuntu.com
 Subject: Dropping i386 non-PAE as a supported kernel flavour in Precise
 Pangolin


 Per discussion at UDS the kernel team is proposing to drop the non-PAE
 i386 flavour. The upgrade path for non-PAE users will be the PAE kernel.
 Those CPUs that do not have i686 and PAE support will be orphaned. To
 the best of my knowledge, these include Intel CPUs prior to Pentium II,
 400Mhz Pentium M, VIA C3, and Geode LX. As far as I know, there are no
 laptop or desktop class CPUs being produced that do not meet these
 minimum requirements.

 Before I do something that is difficult to revert, I would like to hear
 from the development community why we should continue to maintain a
 kernel flavour that is (in my opinion) getting increasingly low
 utilization. It is my feeling that an extremely high percentage of users
 of the non-PAE kernel have a CPU that is PAE capable.

 If there is sufficient community demand (and support), I would be
 willing to sponsor the first non-PAE kernel upload to Universe.

 https://wiki.ubuntu.com/KernelTeam/Specs/PreciseKernelConfigReview

 We'll be conducting a similar survey for powerpc.

 rtg

 P.S. For those of you that are totally confused by this email, PAE
 (Physical Address Extension) was an addition to 32 bit x86 CPUs that
 allowed them to address more then 4GB physical memory.

 http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Physical_Address_Extension
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Re: [Lubuntu-desktop] logo

2011-11-17 Thread Rafael Laguna
The Launchpad one, the Lubuntu Team avatar is old. Sorry, can't avoid it,
you know me :D
El 17/11/2011 18:23, William Mcleod williammcl...@gmail.com escribió:

 I second this
 On Thu, 17 Nov 2011 12:50:34 -
 神癒礁湖 rafaellag...@gmail.com wrote:

  Please, Mario, CHANGE THE LOGO! :D
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Re: [Lubuntu-desktop] logo

2011-11-17 Thread (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
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.

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Re: [Lubuntu-desktop] logo

2011-11-17 Thread (Rafael Laguna)
That's right, this is the right place for discussions about the distro.
And I dont want anybody be angry of my words (in fact, it was a bit a
joke for Mario). But I'm still thinking that we must be stronger and
graphic design or advertising are powerful tools for that purpose. And,
I'd like to use this mailing thread to anounce a few things I've got in
mind, and I need your opinion.

- a design / graphics / publishing line cheat is under development (like
Kubuntu or Ubuntu's) for those things like signatures, wallpapers,
stickers, and other things that doesn't really fit in marketing (or
maybe yes) and make it distributable for you all (this includes
presentation templates, mail signatures, etc).

- a lubuntu.net mockup is almost ready, but I don't really know if we
can change that. And that's not all, the idea for this is providing a
nice set of mirrors, or at  least, being more concrete about where and
what to download. A lot of users were confused.

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Re: [Lubuntu-desktop] Some considerations about the Precise theme

2011-11-17 Thread 神癒礁湖 (Rafael Laguna)

  
  
Stop reading my mind! :D

Well, I don't like to repeat myself, and one black (and polemic)
dark taskbar is enough. So yes, we're going that way. More Adwaita
style, even Clearlooks (not looking sooo eighties, of course).

Anyway, you'll have time for choose colours, borders and everything
else. But you'll know that the wallpaper must be BLUE ;)

I'll post some mockups in a week (or two).

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Re: [Lubuntu-desktop] Weekly meetings - Finding the right time

2011-11-15 Thread Rafael Laguna
+1 that time
El 15/11/2011 18:26, Stephen Smally eco.st...@fastwebnet.it escribió:

 Agreed, 8 PM GMT is ok.

 On 11/15/2011 05:50 PM, Michael Rawson wrote:

 Providing it's okay with everyone else, 8PM is ideal.


 On Tue, 15 Nov 2011 17:23:47 +0100
 Chriscyber.dr...@gmail.com  wrote:

  Aloha Ali,

 Seeing the Fridge [1] or better put it's calender [2] already has it's 7
 PM
 UTC slot filled did Julian suggest to take the 8 PM UTC (or GMT) slot.
 That
 would make it 12AM for you Ali.
 By the way, my vote is also for wednesday.

 With metta, Chris

 [1] http://fridge.ubuntu.com/
 [2] 
 http://fridge.ubuntu.com/**calendars/fridge/http://fridge.ubuntu.com/calendars/fridge/

 On Tue, Nov 15, 2011 at 15:20, amjjawad HOOHAAamjja...@gmail.com
  wrote:

   I propose to begin with this schedule : Wednesday, 7:00 PM UTC,
 starting

 on the 23th.

  If that's 7:00pm GMT time, it means it's 11:00pm my time. My time is
 +4
 GMT. If that's the case, I'm ok with that. I don't care about the day,
 all
 are the same to me, just the time what is important.

 Thanks!

 On Mon, Nov 14, 2011 at 11:43 AM, Julien Lavergnegi...@ubuntu.com**
 wrote:

  Hi,

 One thing I would like to organize for this cycle, is a weekly meeting
 on
 IRC, to discuss topics more easily and to take decisions when it's
 needed.

 I think we have enough topics to start on a weekly base, but we can do
 it
 less often in the future, if it's not necessary.

 Finding a time for this is ... not very easy :) I don't want to do it
 during the week-end, to be all able to have a week-end far from IT and
 Internet connection :)

 I also don't think we should change the time for every meetings,
 because
 it's the best solution to forget the meeting. But, we can change it
 after
 some time (like 3 months).

 I propose to begin with this schedule : Wednesday, 7:00 PM UTC,
 starting
 on the 23th.

 It'll not be necessary to attempt all the meetings. You can attempt
 when
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Re: [Lubuntu-desktop] [12.04] Firefox instead of Chromium?

2011-11-05 Thread 神癒礁湖 (Rafael Laguna)

  
  
Midori isn't a REAL optin right now, because of handling
certificates and such things. A better option should be Arora. But
Alexander is right. Firefox 7 has improved a lot with beta 7, and 8
is more promising. But I don't give any point until benchmark is
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Re: [Lubuntu-desktop] [12.04] Firefox instead of Chromium?

2011-11-05 Thread 神癒礁湖 (Rafael Laguna)

  
  
Well, it's ont sure that Ubuntu istelf will remove all GTK2 packages
and libraries completely. Shuttleworth was clear on it at UDS,
because we're not going to be "cool and modern" but removing things
that are really useful just because they're GTK2.

I'm the first who want Mono and GTK2 away from Ubuntu (and GTK2 away
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Re: [Lubuntu-desktop] How can I find themes to LXDE/Openbox??

2011-10-24 Thread Rafael Laguna
Just go to www.gnome-look.org and download any GTK theme and unpack them on
ypur .themes folder (hidden folder, press ctrl+h to see it).
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 Hi everybody!

 I'm having problems to find different themes to Lubuntu. I know that at
 box-look.org I can download some theme to Openbox, but I was only able to
 find and install the windows decoration themes. Is there any site that I
 can download Widget themes?? Or maybe I am looking for the wrong word
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Re: [Lubuntu-desktop] YEAH!

2011-10-18 Thread Rafael Laguna
http://i.imgur.com/WdVIw.png

Yes, we don't have to complain ourselves with a GLOURIOUS, INCREDIBLE AND
EMOTIONAL 4TH RANK PLACE

Because we'll going to keep working on it to improve (not the ranking, but
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 Nothing too seriously for sure but couldn't agree more about it's NICE :D

 Not too far from #4 and who knows? maybe we'll reach better :)



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 Le 10/15/2011 12:06 PM, Ali Linx a écrit :
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 Usually behaviour after a release or big announcement. We are currently
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Re: [Lubuntu-desktop] Rename LSC?

2011-10-18 Thread Rafael Laguna
So, do I make or not an icon for LSC?  [?]

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 Am 17.10.2011 19:55, schrieb Ali Linx:
  IMHO, what could be much better is having our own applications. I mean,
 LXDE
  Applications. Instead of using GNOME or XFCE Power Management, we develop
  our own application. Instead of using GNOME-Player, we create our own,
 etc.

 I think this is stupid to develop a new app only because the app
 contains the name gnome. If the app works as expected why developing a
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Re: [Lubuntu-desktop] cd wallet

2011-10-15 Thread 神癒礁湖 (Rafael Laguna)

  
  
You can find information here:

http://principialabs.com/lightscribe-on-ubuntu/

I recommend you to visit the LightScribe linux downloads page
(http://lightscribe.com/downloadSection/linux/) to download the last
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Re: [Lubuntu-desktop] [Lxde-list] Extend desktop across dual monitors -- a feature I would like to see in Lubuntu 12.xx

2011-10-07 Thread Rafael Laguna
I'd adapt the default wall to dual. Would you use it?
El 07/10/2011 13:56, Gabriel Salles gabrielper...@gmail.com escribió:

 For the desktop panel:
 1. one panel per monitor, configured separately
 2. one panel exending to the external monitor
 3. one panel staying on main monitor, no panel on the external one
 4. one panel exending to the external monitor, but have the most
 important panel applets on the main monitor, and the rest on the external
 monitor
 5. Other possibilities...


 I prefer the option 3, because if I'm doing an theater presentation that
 uses a projector, I don't want any possibility to the audience to see the
 panel. But should be possible to decide between 2 and 3



 For the desktop icons manager, options are:
 1. icons on main monitor only.
 2. some icons on main monitor, others on the external monitors. (Then how
 to handle icon rearrangement when the external monitor is disconnected?)
 3. others...


 I don't really care with those two options... But I would be happy if I
 could have LxLauncher on one monitor, and a normal wallpaper with normal
 icons on the other monitor. =D



 For wallpaper:
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 Although is hard to find an extended wallpaper, the 2 is the prettiest =]

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Re: [Lubuntu-desktop] Lubuntu Website and Facebook Page

2011-10-06 Thread Rafael Laguna
War? Nooope. We love each other too much [?]

That's the kick. I don't really know where we are right now, if fully
adopted or partially supported. That's why I don't know what to think about
our website.

Anyway, there's no reason for not having a good and fashion design. I'll
start a few changes here and there and will be prepared for the ultimate
abduction.

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 Okies,

 without starting a war... I am also an admin for lubuntu,net, as are a
 couple of others. I am sure that if you provide a mock-up, or even just
 information we will look at it.

 what you may not be aware of is once lubuntu becomes assimilated by the
 ubuntu community, we do want to actually have a Lubuntu area.

 This is a difficult balancing act; we are asking to be fully adopted, yet
 slightly seperate. For those eager to change things, may (for the 1st time
 ever) I counsel caution. We have discussed making our web area a source, but
 as a part of the Canonical umbrella we have done as much as we can. For
 those looking at it, you will not see it. But things like tracking from the
 web area directly to the wiki area was an important thing to happen. It
 means that we need need to keep only one area up to date for instructions
 etc.

 Wiki's provide information... a good web presence gets people joining. The
 links have been done, if any of you want to make a mock-up of how you would
 like to see the page displayed, please do so.

 @Rafael... I am sure that Mario would have no hesitation on the icons /
 glyphs. I'm not a guy who knows about the finer points of editing that area,
 for me the actual system chosen is a nightmare! Mainly owing to the fact me
 and others have difficulty in navigating around the admin area. But, this is
 usual as each system has a different admin control panel!

 Ali,

 please be patient, I do see your work on the areas and I'm sure you will be
 a great addition to the lubuntu team. Just learn to be patient, get to know
 people. Most importantly of all, do not burn out, whereby you give all your
 attention to lubuntu and then get tired. We need people who will still be
 here in 3 - 5 years time. It has taken this long to get here, you are
 joining us as we get goal #1. To those who are patient, come the rewards.

 Regards,

 Phill.

 2011/10/5 神癒礁湖 (Rafael Laguna) rafaellag...@gmail.com

 Yep, think so. I'm asking about it a few time ago. I'd like to change the
 buttons, colours and other things to match corporative image (Canonical
 people told me we were a bit lazy, I told them we were a bit alone).

 I have made some graphics for it, so, if you have time I can send it to
 you to upgrade them also (among CMS content, of course).

 Another thing is the necessary update of the CMS theme for matching Ubuntu
 / Canonical ones but blue-tuned. I heared about a template working out
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  Hello everyone,

 I'd like to offer my help to update both www.lubuntu.net and
 https://www.facebook.com/pages/lubuntu/105956559439428 but I have no
 idea who is in charge of both sites at the moment?

 I have noticed that Lubuntu Website never get updated on daily or weekly
 basis and same goes to Lubuntu Facebook Page. I have asked before about who
 is in charge of the Facebook Page but no one has replied yet. I understand
 everyone is so busy at the moment but I just thought to offer my help. That
 is all.

 If this request will cause confusion and delay of any on going process,
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Re: [Lubuntu-desktop] Lubuntu Website and Facebook Page

2011-10-05 Thread Rafael Laguna
Yep, think so. I'm asking about it a few time ago. I'd like to change the
buttons, colours and other things to match corporative image (Canonical
people told me we were a bit lazy, I told them we were a bit alone).

I have made some graphics for it, so, if you have time I can send it to you
to upgrade them also (among CMS content, of course).

Another thing is the necessary update of the CMS theme for matching Ubuntu /
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PS. Isn't Mario Behling the admin?



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 I'd like to offer my help to update both www.lubuntu.net and
 https://www.facebook.com/pages/lubuntu/105956559439428 but I have no idea
 who is in charge of both sites at the moment?

 I have noticed that Lubuntu Website never get updated on daily or weekly
 basis and same goes to Lubuntu Facebook Page. I have asked before about who
 is in charge of the Facebook Page but no one has replied yet. I understand
 everyone is so busy at the moment but I just thought to offer my help. That
 is all.

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Re: [Lubuntu-desktop] [Poll] Community Wallpapers

2011-09-12 Thread Rafael Laguna
Alex, you're admin now at Flickr.

BTW, the purpose of the new PPA will be testing artwork. I know, it's code
and cannot crash, but I preffer to isolate the packages before make it
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Re: [Lubuntu-desktop] Rafael

2011-09-08 Thread Rafael Laguna
Yes, they seemed to be very clear when doing the appliance. But nothing has
changed. In fact, now I'm a bit more involved within the Ubuntu machinery.

So I'm (and want to be) more and more implicated in a project that I bet
since its first appearance: Lubuntu. So thanks so much to all the crew, you
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 To All,


 Well, next time you get a squiggle from Rafael,

 https://launchpad.net/~ubuntumembers

 It has been added also at https://launchpad.net/~rafaellaguna

 now he needs to is choose his @ubuntu.com email address.

 Rafael,

 Congratulations, I did hear that that it went through pretty quickly on
 this application. We did get enough people, and you got enough of your work
 looked at for the correct decision to be made. It is, for me, nice to see
 the doubters who cannot take the time to look into applications to be found
 wanting. You were not.

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[Lubuntu-desktop] ozone2 menu

2011-09-08 Thread (Rafael Laguna)
Julien informed about an error on some menu backgrounds (here's his
screenshot), but on my system nothing happens (here's mine). Please,
check this out and tell me if anything's wrong.

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Re: [Lubuntu-desktop] ozone2 menus

2011-09-06 Thread (Rafael Laguna)
Please, tell me which release do you have, Julien, because I'm on the
alpha and it works fine (File-Roller and others under GTK3). Natty
renders well it too (with Unico from 3rd party repos).

Sorry, I can't reproduce. I'll check the active selected menu label
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Re: [Lubuntu-desktop] ozone2 menus

2011-09-06 Thread (Rafael Laguna)
Ok, I can see now. Let me check it out.

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Re: [Lubuntu-desktop] membership

2011-09-05 Thread Rafael Laguna
Yes, I'm fully agree. Not only coders are important making operating
systems. The LoCo team is fundamental, as well as testers, forum keepers,
etc.

There's a lot of people evolving a distro, and sometimes users claim for
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Re: [Lubuntu-desktop] Ozone scrollbars for Chromium

2011-09-05 Thread Rafael Laguna
Great job. It could be included by default in the next release.
El 05/09/2011 14:22, A. Andjelkovic andjelko...@gmail.com escribió:

 Extension is now available at the Chrome Web Store[1], download and enjoy
:).

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Re: [Lubuntu-desktop] Ozone scrollbars for Chromium

2011-09-05 Thread Rafael Laguna
Great job. It could be included by default in the next release.
El 05/09/2011 14:22, A. Andjelkovic andjelko...@gmail.com escribió:

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Re: [Lubuntu-desktop] Lsc revision 31

2011-09-01 Thread Rafael Laguna
Yep, I need a PPA for installing and testing Ozone theme on it.

Ok, ok, I know it's the easy way. But I hate GIT / Bazaar.



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Re: [Lubuntu-desktop] Revision 26

2011-08-29 Thread Rafael Laguna
Glad to help, Stefano. Just tell me what do you need and how to code and
I'll post some ideas.


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Re: [Lubuntu-desktop] Keeping LXDM for 11.10

2011-08-26 Thread (Rafael Laguna)
Fully agree, Julien. I'm working in the matching theme and it's very
difficult and unstable (it's not enough to port the LXDM one). Also it
happened two times changes in the API, the XML sentences and other
things.

I'm sure I could do a simple and functional theme with a (simple)
greeter, but I'd like to Investigate how to get animations, a better PNG
with alpha support face-browser, and much more. That's supposed to be
designed for (among the speed and library independence, of course).

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Re: [Lubuntu-desktop] [Lubuntu-Desktop] Integrate Catfish?

2011-08-24 Thread Rafael Laguna
He, he. I've told you! So, nothing about including extra packages (like
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Re: [Lubuntu-desktop] [Lubuntu-Desktop] Integrate Catfish?

2011-08-22 Thread Rafael Laguna
I'm telling we need this since 10.10... :|


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Re: [Lubuntu-desktop] [Lubuntu-Desktop] Sound Editing Software

2011-08-22 Thread Rafael Laguna
I experienced that, once removed PulseAudio, Audacious turned wild, and
need to reconfigure it via plugins (ALSA). Sound levels gone zero. It seems
that Pulse works fine with some apps, not with others.

Similr issue here (warning, old forum post!):
http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?p=8284273

But now most users do not recommend to removed it, because of it's a deep
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Re: [Lubuntu-desktop] About GPicView

2011-08-18 Thread Rafael Laguna
Wasn't Mirage developed for XFCE initially? I think it's a great viewer and
can crop images too (no other can). But I don't know its development status.

I love EOG colour profiles support, but I know it's unthinkable that layer
on Lubuntu.

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Re: [Lubuntu-desktop] [Poll] Community Wallpapers

2011-08-13 Thread (Rafael Laguna)
Great job. I love the page!

Voting...

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Re: [Lubuntu-desktop] more ISOs (and image size)

2011-08-05 Thread (Rafael Laguna)
Ok, they're oversized, you're right. I meant not as BIG as before. But
there're 800 mb CDs :D  (always flushing to USB sticks)

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Re: [Lubuntu-desktop] Openbox 3.5.0 in Oneiric?

2011-08-05 Thread (Rafael Laguna)
Yes, Mikael published a new version (bug fix release) called 3.5 insted
of 3.4.11.2 using now on Lubuntu. But I doesn't have more features
(except for the ALT-TAB switch) and themes will be compatible (just
added a few options more for buttons status).

Just more stabillity. Great anyway!

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[Lubuntu-desktop] more ISOs

2011-08-04 Thread (Rafael Laguna)
As seen today at DistroWatch, the Alpha 3 of Ubuntu release includes
this:

http://cdimage.ubuntu.com/lubuntu/releases/oneiric/alpha-3/

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Re: [Lubuntu-desktop] more ISOs

2011-08-04 Thread (Rafael Laguna)
Notice they're not oversized. Are these images uploaded by any of you?


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Re: [Lubuntu-desktop] Apps menu not functioning - Oneiric

2011-07-31 Thread (Rafael Laguna)
Yep, mine too working fine.


El dg 31 de 07 de 2011 a les 11:52 +0100, en/na Yorvyk va escriure:

 The applications menu on both my Oneiric test systems has malfunctioned.  
 When I click the icon I get a empty white box in the bottom left hand corner. 
  Can't find anything on Launchpad about this so I'm assuming it's something 
 I've done.  Any pointers?
 


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Re: [Lubuntu-desktop] About the recent slowdown of developement

2011-07-29 Thread (Rafael Laguna)
Of course, your job and specialty are things that make you disappear,
just like everybody who has a job outside here, and even more if
there're licenses (exams) near. ou have updated a lot of things these
days (yes, we read your blog too :) ) and the actual status of PCManFM
is quite stable and the version number it arrived seems correct for me.

Maybe there will be things that we would ask you, but I think we have to
focus in the realease, make it stable (not only the core apps) and
adjust all pieces. That's why you can delegate your work. Just don't
really disappear, we'll have questions and doubts that only you could
achieve.

I'm not coder, so maybe I'm talking too much (my fault) and my oppinion
isn't so valid in this field, but testing your apps from git or other
unstable ppas satisfied me a lot. That 0.9.9.1 fix update sounds fine
for me.

I'm sure you'll get a great level. Go ahead with it!

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Re: [Lubuntu-desktop] ozone2 update

2011-07-22 Thread (Rafael Laguna)
This is not happening to me (tested with a few apps). Can yo reproduce
with other app?

It seems to be working fine: http://i.imgur.com/eTv4m.png

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[Lubuntu-desktop] packagekit

2011-07-21 Thread (Rafael Laguna)
Just a suggestion from a reader: includew PackageKit in Lubuntu. It's
lighter and faster than Software Center, and has a great GTK interface.
I'¡m testing right now and works very fine.

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[Lubuntu-desktop] ozone2 update

2011-07-20 Thread (Rafael Laguna)
Hi, crew. First update for Ozone2. I've corrected a few bugs you
observed and another one discovered by myself :)  Here's the short list
of changes:


  * gtk2: set progressbar animation to false (not really, progress
bars are drawn plain)
  * gtk2: increased pcmanfm statusbar text size in 2 pixels
  * gtk3: using Unico engine instead standard (this is experimental,
look hasn't changed)
  * gtk3: solved pink container frames (due to new engine Unico)
  * panel: smooth light contrast lines


There was a n update from Canonical: they updated Unico engine up to
version r79. Warning on this if you're testing Ozone2 in Natty, because
it's only available on Oneiric repos! Maybe you've already updated this
within the last package upgrade if you use Oneiric Alpha 2.

As always, uploaded to the wiki:
https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Lubuntu/Artwork/Incoming/Oneiric/Ozone

Please, report any further errors you may find.

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[Lubuntu-desktop] gtk3

2011-07-19 Thread (Rafael Laguna)
After a Unico engine and GTK3 base engine update, all my GTK3 apps gone
PINK.

Anybody else?

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[Lubuntu-desktop] gtk3

2011-07-19 Thread (Rafael Laguna)
After updateing GTK3 Unico and GTK3 Engine, all my apps gone PINK (using
Ambiance right now).

Anybody else?

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[Lubuntu-desktop] gtk2 gtk3 theme

2011-07-17 Thread (Rafael Laguna)
Hi, boys and girls. There's an adaptation of the theme uploaded at the
wiki. Please, feel free to install, test and criticize. Feedback
apreciated! It's a .tar.gz file, you know how it works, open and drop
the ozone2 folder onto ~/.themes foler. This includes GTK2, GTK3 and
Openbox themes. And remember, it's alpha, so a lot of things may fail.

https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Lubuntu/Artwork/Incoming/Oneiric/Ozone#preview

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[Lubuntu-desktop] lightdm

2011-07-17 Thread (Rafael Laguna)
LightDM works on Lubuntu with face browser!

http://i.imgur.com/KP8yQ.png

(Need to polish this)

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Re: [Lubuntu-desktop] gtk2 gtk3 theme

2011-07-17 Thread (Rafael Laguna)
Ok, things to do:

- (GTK2) Set progressbar animation to FALSE
- (GTK2) Increase statusbar text size in 1 or 2 pixels.
- (GTK3) Check pink container frames

About this last thing, it happened to since last Murrine update, and all
themes work fine except Elementary and Ozone. If it keeps going like
that I'm thinking about migrating to Unico engine. But this means lots
of visual changes.

Thanks a lot for this.

Anybody has similar problems only on File-Roller and Evolution? Ok,
Lubuntu theme is not designed for Gnome apps, but it's unthinkable to
have 3rd party apps ugly while Lubuntu ones are fine.

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Re: [Lubuntu-desktop] gtk2 gtk3 theme

2011-07-17 Thread (Rafael Laguna)
I have tried to reproduce the error on File-Roller. With updated system
seems to be corrected:

http://i.imgur.com/l1yGQ.png

Please, check this out.

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Re: [Lubuntu-desktop] gtk2 gtk3 theme

2011-07-17 Thread Rafael Laguna
My mistake, for GTK3 it's Unico, not Murrine. I will change it in the wiki.

Anyeay, I haven't that error now, but I had it, so I'm not sure it has bren
corrected.
El 17/07/2011 23:25, Julien Lavergne gi...@ubuntu.com escribió:
 Le Sunday 17 July 2011 à 20:26 +0200, 神癒礁湖 (Rafael Laguna) a écrit :
 I have tried to reproduce the error on File-Roller. With updated
 system seems to be corrected:

 http://i.imgur.com/l1yGQ.png

 Please, check this out.

 I only have unico gtk3 engine on my system, I can't find any murrine
 package providing a gtk3 engine on oneiric. Do you build it from
 upstream ?

 Regards,
 Julien Lavergne

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Re: [Lubuntu-desktop] gtk2 gtk3 theme

2011-07-17 Thread Rafael Laguna
Today's not my day. Ozone2 is using ONLY the gtk3 standard engine, just like
Adwaita does.

I was thinking if my error was given by an interaction between conflictive
gtk2 and 3 libraries, but I don,t think it,s pissible.

Using Unico will make Ozone look like Radiance.
El 18/07/2011 00:53, 神癒礁湖 (Rafael Laguna) rafaellag...@gmail.com
escribió:
 My mistake, for GTK3 it's Unico, not Murrine. I will change it in the
wiki.

 Anyeay, I haven't that error now, but I had it, so I'm not sure it has
bren
 corrected.
 El 17/07/2011 23:25, Julien Lavergne gi...@ubuntu.com escribió:
 Le Sunday 17 July 2011 à 20:26 +0200, 神癒礁湖 (Rafael Laguna) a écrit :
 I have tried to reproduce the error on File-Roller. With updated
 system seems to be corrected:

 http://i.imgur.com/l1yGQ.png

 Please, check this out.

 I only have unico gtk3 engine on my system, I can't find any murrine
 package providing a gtk3 engine on oneiric. Do you build it from
 upstream ?

 Regards,
 Julien Lavergne

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Re: [Lubuntu-desktop] Wine 1.3 and other apps installed not showing up in menu

2011-07-16 Thread (Rafael Laguna)
Using the command winecfg worked for me.

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Re: [Lubuntu-desktop] LXDM Theme

2011-07-04 Thread (Rafael Laguna)
I know that LXDM has themes, I've made one :D I haven't seen any other
distro who use it, but I'd  like to have this in this release. Let me
have a look on it.

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Re: [Lubuntu-desktop] LXDM Theme

2011-07-04 Thread (Rafael Laguna)
Well, you've cathed me on that. I don't really know, but anyway, the
machines Lubuntu is intended for doesn't rn well with multiple X
sessions open, I think. But I don't think LXDM is too different from GDM
in capabilities. But better ask a coder.

Question posted, so. Does anybody know?

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Re: [Lubuntu-desktop] LXDM Theme

2011-07-04 Thread (Rafael Laguna)
I know. My computer isn't so high-level :) but it's not an old hardware
and I enjoy the speed of Lubuntu. But we have to keep in mind that
Lubuntu is designed for working in old hardware as well as new, that's
the goal. Even you will notice the difference between Lubuntu and the
standard Ubuntu desktop.

So, getting it more overbloated is not an option. That's why we're
searching (always) for new ways to speed up the system (and, if
necessary, replacing a default application).

Glad you enjoy Lubuntu. Thank you.

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Re: [Lubuntu-desktop] 700 mhz laptop with 256 ram running lubuntu

2011-07-04 Thread (Rafael Laguna)
Good to know for our personal benchmarks. There're distros aimed to be
really minimal, like Slitaz, but they don't provide software collection
that Lubuntu does. And, obviously, the desktop is less usable and
user-friendly.

Thank you very much.

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[Lubuntu-desktop] ozone

2011-07-02 Thread (Rafael Laguna)
More updated things. Sorry, GTK3 is still in development (well, GTK2
too), so there's no download available. I need to tell you that making
the GTK2 to GTK3 upgrade is a hell. A strange fight between GTK2 and
GTK3 breaks the system making ugly pink fluorescent frames around
controls everywhere. Things to do (among others):


  * finish GTK2 theme
  * finish GTK3 theme
  * complete wallpapers pack (8 resolutions)
  * retouching icons (maybe some new)
  * retouching panel and button
  * making a matching Chromium theme (I need help with this)
  * making an accessibility theme (I absolutely haven't any time to
do this this, maybe you, Chris Druif?)
  * bits and pieces almost invisible (theme performance, sharp edges
and colour optimization)
  * drink some beer :D


https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Lubuntu/Artwork/Incoming/Oneiric/Ozone

Thank you for your feedback, boys and grils.

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Re: [Lubuntu-desktop] lubuntu-{desktop, core} versus lxde-{common, core}

2011-07-02 Thread (Rafael Laguna)
Interesting question, but it's some kind asking about the differences
bewteen Ubuntu and Gnome itslef. Not only the community is behind the
environment.

Think in Lubuntu as an harmonic implementation of the LXDE environment
over the Ubuntu repositories with a lot of added values, like a better
integration components (dedicated applets), better oriented applications
(with the handy way of having the best performance and the minimum
installation size), the artwork (that makes the working day after day
easy with your computer), the little (and most invisible) customizations
here and there (login, session, panels, desktop, file manager, etc). And
as you commented, you have a great community supporting this.

But true, you can always install a minimal Ubuntu (or Debian) core and
start installing app after app until your computer becomes usable. We're
doing that job for you. And I'm sure that others, coders specially,
would give you more reasons than these explained by me and my own
unknowledge of the Linux systems.

Thank you for your interest.

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Re: [Lubuntu-desktop] ozone2 updates

2011-06-29 Thread (Rafael Laguna)
Of course, that's why there're links so you can download the PNGs and
use on your panels. Sorry, the wallpaper is 1280x1024 only at the
moment. More resolutions will be created after.

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Re: [Lubuntu-desktop] ozone2 updates

2011-06-29 Thread (Rafael Laguna)
I'm following tendences! :D (I liked the blue panel too, but you may
know it was heavily criticized).

Vote added (only for wallpaper, sigh).

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Re: [Lubuntu-desktop] ozone2 updates

2011-06-29 Thread (Rafael Laguna)
No prob. You're welcome. BTW, the poll goes as is:

wallpaper_bubbles: 2
wallpaper_standard: 6

panel_light: 2
panel_dark: 3

And don't send two or three votes, I know you all! :D :D

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Re: [Lubuntu-desktop] ozone2 updates

2011-06-29 Thread (Rafael Laguna)
I'd like to finish Ozone2 before Oneiric release. But you can always
download piece by piece as they get polished. I'll keep you informed
about changes and additions.

Remember that Ozone still lacks a GTK3 theme and (maybe) a dedicated
icon theme (a slight variation from elementary, don't panic, just two or
three single icons to make it different).

PS. Does anybody know if we're going to include GTK2 apps?

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[Lubuntu-desktop] ozone2 updates

2011-06-28 Thread (Rafael Laguna)
Ok, I'm beggining, I know, but I like to show you all every sketch.

https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Lubuntu/Artwork/Incoming/Oneiric/Ozone

BTW, again suggestions about being green, but I also explained our
corporative needs. But I've got to mention it. In my opinion, better not
moving too much (or going away from standards) until we're really
adopted by Canonical.

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Re: [Lubuntu-desktop] ozone2 updates

2011-06-28 Thread (Rafael Laguna)
Well, defending you opinion, I must say that designers already known
that blueish backgrounds are better for long term working. The colourful
and overbloated wallpapers may distract and (the most dangerous for us)
make influence in our decissions.  That's why most of my colleagues work
with a simple, plain gray.

I don't know if my opinion counts for this, but I'm agree with you.
That's why I've made it :)

Thanks, Jarred.

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[Lubuntu-desktop] wiki

2011-06-22 Thread Rafael Laguna
First of all, my apologies for sending (again) for a nerd reason, Harry
Potter silly things. Contact cards repaired.

Ok, does anybody has problems accessing the Ubuntu wiki? It seems like
there's no link between OpenID and Ubuntu. Anyway, I'm doing some
experiments with a new wallpaper. You can check it out right here:

http://lubuntublog.blogspot.com/2011/06/refreshing-desktop-mockup.html

Please, feedback.

PS. Sorry, again. I'm ashamed.



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Re: [Lubuntu-desktop] wiki

2011-06-22 Thread (Rafael Laguna)
Ok, by parts.


1. I'll study the possibilities of customizing xscreensaver. If we can
do more Lubuntu-ish that will be great.

2. Yes, Fedora used to include some sparkling soda wallpapers in older
distributions, I think the character was more comic-like drawing (bold
style). Obviously I'm working on variations, this one was only a
finished mockup (not the first one, just the finished). Maybe another
one will change in colour or even in shape. But anyway, I don't think
they're the same. Maybe I'm wrong.

3. I can sure my Empathy (not included in Lubuntu, BTW) and Evince looks
Like the theme specified in LXAppearance. In my computer and in other
ones I've checked. If you're talking about the Empathy themes itslef
it's not the same (the GUI in Evince is the minimum expression of a
Glade interface, it's a simple GTK app, it must obey the daemon).

4. I don't know why KDE apps aren't smoothing fonts (possibly fixed with
qt4-qtconfig package), but Java apps may need to execute this: export
_JAVA_OPTIONS='-Dawt.useSystemAAFontSettings=lcd'

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Re: [Lubuntu-desktop] wiki

2011-06-22 Thread Rafael Laguna
That's nice, Jared, make him preasure! :D  Maybe these boys are as busy as
we're. Thanks for your votes. I'm counting... but with no utility, because
we already know when will the decision be.

Anyway, I'm pleased.

PS. Julien, I have no time right now, but yes, I'll try todo something with
the xscreensaver. But I think that we need to patch, and that's sooo hard,
and not really neede such level of customization (I'll change the logo).

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[Lubuntu-desktop] ubiquity slideshow

2011-06-21 Thread Rafael Laguna
Did you ever installed Lubuntu recently and see that installer shows bad the
slides? In my case the slides that appears out of position are chat, e-mail,
get help and lxde-based (total 4).

If anybody has this problem I'll possibly make a bug about this.

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Re: [Lubuntu-desktop] ubiquity slideshow

2011-06-21 Thread Rafael Laguna
Yep, you're right.

In may kast two installs (arf, 6 in a week!) some slides appear on the left,
under the text. I want to be sure that this only happens to me (then I'll
search for a lifeform in my motherboard).

Thank you, guys.

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Re: [Lubuntu-desktop] Resources on 11.04

2011-06-21 Thread Rafael Laguna
Thanks for your kind words :)

We're working on it, on making everything fast and light, but some things we
cannot control gone wild. For example, the new kernel, 3.0, seems to be
faster. I'm tetsing right now and I'm very surprised about its speed.

But I'm not sure if this is the reason. Also, the programs evolution
sometimes get bigger (and their libraries), that's why we change sometimes
an application by default.

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2011/6/21 Jean-Pierre Vidal Piesset jpx...@gmail.com

 Devs:

 Recently installed 11.04 and i'm surprised by the RAM and CPU% consumed by
 Lubuntu in this release (I was keeping my main machine with 10.04 but
 decided to change to be able to help a little more).
 Back in 10.04 my ram consumption was below 75MB... now the system starts
 above 100MB / the CPU was always below 10%... now is almost all the time at
 30%.
 Everything is faster, scrolls are better, the theme renders nicely (thanks
 Rafael), pcmanfm work very well... but as far as i understand, if lubuntu is
 a distro intended for low spec hardware (and for old machines) normally the
 ram consumption should be decreasing over the releases... not the opposite.

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Re: [Lubuntu-desktop] Is Bluetooth needed by default?

2011-06-19 Thread (Rafael Laguna)
Me too. I usually synchro my Android via Bluetooth (not for transferring
files, but access contacts, etc). And many people (newbies) too, and
asked me about it. Literal words: where is the bluetooth? Windows has
it. Ok, ok, I'll install it for you. :)

It's a cheap sized package with a great service that will increase
Lubuntu usability. My experience is that Win newcomers doesn't use
Synaptic at all, they're afraid of that app. Another question is
Software Center, it seems more friendly.

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Re: [Lubuntu-desktop] Missing configuration programs

2011-06-19 Thread (Rafael Laguna)
Yes, I'm thinking about it a long time. But we're changing to GTK3 and
(maybe) new theme, so I'd like to make a Chromium's matching one, for a
better global looking.

I write this as an obligation, a must do task, I promise :)


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Re: [Lubuntu-desktop] Missing configuration programs

2011-06-18 Thread (Rafael Laguna)
Hi there! I suggest to do some changes to Lubuntu, just adding some
shortcuts to Openbox and installing a couple of apps. I've taken these
instructions from the great Urukrama's Openbox web.

1. First of all we need to install amixer. Then we can set up / down /
mute volume level with the following commands:


up:  amixer -q set Master 1+ unmute
down:amixer -q set Master 1- unmute
mute:amixer -q set Master toggle


2. As there's no on-screen indicator, we need to load OSDsh at startup
(/etc/xdg/lxsession/Lubuntu/autostart):


osdsh 
(sleep 1  osdctl -m 1) 


This app is themeable (I could do a matching theme for it). I had an
issue because OSDsh tries to access /dev/mixer that doesn't exist in
Natty based distros, and I don't know how to configure for the new dev
place. Dependencies of each package:

osdsh needs libapm1  libxosd2 (83 kb total size)
amixer is in package alsa-utils (1121 kb size, already included)


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Re: [Lubuntu-desktop] Missing configuration programs

2011-06-18 Thread (Rafael Laguna)
Another option is Volti, but it's a third-party app not included in
Ubuntu repos. It has a great feature, it doesn't need an indicator, it
has that feature within everytime the soundcard volume level changes.

http://code.google.com/p/volti/


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Re: [Lubuntu-desktop] Summarize of proposed changes on applications by default

2011-06-17 Thread (Rafael Laguna)
Will be published the meeting data (hour, channel, etc)?
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Re: [Lubuntu-desktop] Proposed changes to lubuntu-desktop

2011-06-08 Thread (Rafael Laguna)
It's slow for me too. Even in Gnome, when using two or three plugins
it's annoying. Another option could be Scribes. It's a bit strange, but
it has syntax highlighting and doesn't have too much dependencies. But I
don't know if its development status.

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Re: [Lubuntu-desktop] Proposed changes to lubuntu-desktop

2011-06-07 Thread (Rafael Laguna)
I've tested every PDF reader and Evince is the only one that does not
distort truetype edges. The respective developments for MuPDF and XPdf
are a bit paused and, as PCMan said, usability increases due to the
user popularity, so it's easy making changes. Evince isn't as resource
hungry as we can expect, and its dependencies are small.

I'd like to remember all graphickers, photographers and people who use
compliant PDFs that the libraries used by xPDF and others are
deprecated. Evince uses a new version of Poppler already tested, now
used by Okular and ePDFViewer (who was candidate for a release of
Lubuntu and rejected due to rendering reasons).

I think the actual selection of Lubuntu's included software is near
perfection. Balanced between size and resource needs, as well as
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Re: [Lubuntu-desktop] 11.04 issues

2011-05-26 Thread (Rafael Laguna)
As far as I know, the toolbar icons maybe a GTK bug. It happened to me
with Gnome. I'll test it and, if I can reproduce the error, I'll mark it
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Re: [Lubuntu-desktop] LXDE plans and priorities

2011-05-24 Thread (Rafael Laguna)
I'm afraid not. I've got my own documentation :D that is (obviously)
not enough for these threads. Don't worry, I'm looking for it everyday.
Once I have anything I'll send to you or publish here. But anyway, I'm
porting the Ozone theme to GTK3, and it's being succesful.

Another surprising new is that Elementary (and derivated or related,
like Victory, Soothe, Droid, etc) are being ported using a new engine
called Unico. Worth a look on it. But Ambiance / Radiance is another
thing. The port (over Murrine) is not finished yet (at least for a fully
functional desktop metaphore).

I'll keep you informed about this.

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Re: [Lubuntu-desktop] LXDE plans and priorities

2011-05-24 Thread (Rafael Laguna)
For those who interested, the documentation for GTK3 stable build is
here: http://developer.gnome.org/gtk3/stable/

But I must advert that it's not intended for themers / artwork coders.
Its purpose is more oriented for GUI builders, so reading can be
difficult as a guide for making themes. That docs will be finished in a
few days.

And I have more information. I've noticed that the Light Themes has been
ported to GTK3 succesfully as a Launchpad trunk branch, here:
https://launchpad.net/light-themes/trunk

...and Murrine engine here (GIT):
http://git.gnome.org/browse/murrine/log/?h=gtk%2b3

Too much information, I know. For the moment I will keep working on
making a new theme and promote it as a Oneiric candidate theme, among
co-working with the Flickr group and ensuring more people contribution
outside our crew (Community).

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Re: [Lubuntu-desktop] LXDE plans and priorities

2011-05-24 Thread (Rafael Laguna)
Of, but of course. Let me clarify myself, and I'll send to you my
sketch. It's not really working at all in some widgets. And I need a
binary for The Widget Factory. Testing it live is very annoying.

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Re: [Lubuntu-desktop] LXDE plans and priorities

2011-05-23 Thread (Rafael Laguna)
It seems that GTK3 transition is a headache for everybody. Changing
themes for the LXDE appliance is one of my challenges. But I'd like to
know if changing some libraries would change graphic applications too. I
mean, these are some requests I've found in the forums.

- lxshortcut themeable via CSS / GTK3 (some kinda Unity reading current
themes)
- lxpanel whole bitmaps processing (for enabling real bars matching
screen resolution)
- re-definitions for pcmanfm (tree / bookmarks panel specific, like
Nautilus Elementary)
- a global theme package manager for the LXDE desktop environment (maybe
script guided)
- oh, and trash, also demanded, and already made in OpenSuSE

They all are just question, that may be solved or implemented, if the
environment goes in this direction. Or maybe I'm wrong and they're not
important. I don't know. Again, it depends on coders' preferences.

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Re: [Lubuntu-desktop] LXDE plans and priorities

2011-05-23 Thread (Rafael Laguna)
BTW, wrong data. The trash is implemented via patch on Slackware, not
OpenSuSE. This one is using the first patches. Here is the information
(and downloadable patches with .diff files):
http://submax.altervista.org/index.php?link=lxde/info.html

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Re: [Lubuntu-desktop] LXDE plans and priorities

2011-05-23 Thread (Rafael Laguna)
I can confirm this, after reading from header to footer the GTK.org web.
Documentation is in progress, as well as a revamped version of Widget
Factory (with automatic refresh, I hope).

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Re: [Lubuntu-desktop] Fwd: [ubuntu-uk] Ask Mark session

2011-05-04 Thread (Rafael Laguna)
oh... my... GOD!!

Boys and girls, a lot of changes will happen.

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Re: [Lubuntu-desktop] cd wallet

2011-05-03 Thread (Rafael Laguna)
Ok, the wallet is ready. Three files (wallet, disc and lightscribe
grayscaled prints). You can download these at the marketing wiki:

https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Lubuntu/Marketing

Please, feedback.

PS. And thank you all, crew, for your inspiring words about my
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Re: [Lubuntu-desktop] cd wallet

2011-05-02 Thread Rafael Laguna
I'll upload them to marketing wiki, but I need your aproval first ;)

El dilluns 2 de maig de 2011, Chris cyber.dr...@gmail.com ha escrit:
 Jared,

 They grey cd is for lightscribe if I'm not mistaken. By the way, can
 Rafael also put them on https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Lubuntu/Marketing ?
 Thanks.

 With metta,

 Chris Druif

 On 05/02/2011 12:01:49 AM, Jared Norris jrnor...@gmail.com,Lubuntu
 Desktop mailing wrote:
    Rafael,
    As always your attention to detail is outstanding. I personally
 prefer the blue CD but they are both amazing. Well done, keep up the great
 work.
    Regards,
    Jared Norris JP(Qual) BBehSc(Psych)
    [1]https://wiki.ubuntu.com/JaredNorris

    2011/4/30 神癒ç¤�æ¹– (Rafael Laguna)
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    Hello, boys and girls. Here's the wallet. Lubuntu style, not
 Canonical style.
    Any changes / suggestions / ideas / hates? Vote, baby, vote (a
 Deee-Lite song).
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Re: [Lubuntu-desktop] Propose to use cairo-compmgr in Lubuntu

2011-05-01 Thread Rafael Laguna
We can't. Cairo is not being developed and it's incompatible with
Natty. I've tried.

El diumenge 1 de maig de 2011, Roy Alayn aluddin...@gmail.com ha escrit:
 Propose to 
 use cairo-compmgr in Lubuntu to give basic stationery, I'm using an 
 oldlaptop with very few resources, and I
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Re: [Lubuntu-desktop] Lubuntu 11.04 released

2011-04-28 Thread (Rafael Laguna)
Fully agree, Yorvik. It's a pleasure working with you all and having
this result: a great world wide known distro.

Looking forward to 11.10!


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[Lubuntu-desktop] lxde on android phone

2011-03-23 Thread 神癒礁湖 (Rafael Laguna)


  
  
See this: http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=762135

Imagine our beloved Lubuntu installed on that devices? I will test
it with my Samsung Galaxy S. Sure it will be broken. :D



  

  
  
  

  




  

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Re: [Lubuntu-desktop] combate

2011-03-17 Thread (Rafael Laguna)
My apologies for sending this image to this mailing list. My mistake.


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[Lubuntu-desktop] disk space need

2011-03-13 Thread (Rafael Laguna)
As said on the blog:


I can't upgrade my netbook Positivo MOBO (hard drive 2gb only)
with lubuntu 10.04 because new versions need more a lot of space
(1,5gb  3,2gb). Why?


Does Natty need more space than Maverick?

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Re: [Lubuntu-desktop] Audio players - some thoughts RFC

2011-03-12 Thread (Rafael Laguna)
And no, you're right, this is NOT a democracy. I mean, the audio player
has its own discussion (where everybody in this list voted their
suggestion). But there's one thing we cannot forget, the technical
details about RAM consumption, the space needed in the ISO, the license
of the included product in a third party release, the update schedule
and availability of packages, etc.

Believe when I tell that the coordinator of this project, Julien, is
doing the best for keeping Lubuntu as efficient and attractive as
possible. And I think we could demonstrate some empathy and trust for
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