@guiverc filed as a bug report this looks like a Wishlist-importance thing as they're asking Calamares (Lubuntu) to support OEM install, so I'm going to likely set it as such "soon".
Thu, Sep 24
If this still needs to be done, it needs to be done for 20.04+.
Aug 13 2020
Still on hold as we need the infrastructure to run Weblate. This is now on the plate of @tsimonq2 and Altispeed who are getting to work on setting up infra for this.
Jun 11 2020
This is still on hold and I have not heard back from the Lubuntu Council on how they want to proceed.
May 26 2020
May 12 2020
Apr 12 2020
Feb 4 2020
This is being placed On Hold for now per @wxl
Feb 3 2020
@teward could this be as simple as provisioning additional resources from the host? Which resource(s)?
Feb 2 2020
apparently, there are problems to work weblate in the infrastructure, but it is better that he explain it.
Jan 27 2020
T42 was broken again due to security issues outlined in T147 (internal access only to Infra and Council)
Jan 24 2020
Sounds like Matterbridge is the better item to go with based on what's been stated here...
Jan 18 2020
Redid the configurations sanely, with postfix relay_domains on smtp.lubuntu.me, AND configured it to properly deliver. This being said, have to harden the server down a little more.
Email Response Test
Jan 8 2020
Link removed for now from the site.
Jan 6 2020
@wxl give me the valid link and I'll poke it in.
Dec 5 2019
Oct 23 2019
Oct 6 2019
Sep 13 2019
Maybe we should just pick one as the default rather than using random?
- [drift](https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cppZgCh6U7I), which was written by the author of fractal wizard Scott Draves, who also did Electric Sheep
Aug 12 2019
Initial configurations 'done' but not pushed to server due to weekend work FT that pulled me there. Going to have to coordinate with Canonical to have them 'around' for testing everything and making additional DNS changes, TBD as I have to coordinate with them.
Jul 25 2019
Plugin installed, and Ubuntu SSO login enabled.
Jul 13 2019
Jul 3 2019
@tsimonq2 We can still patch cala in older releases where Cala was present with the Security Team so if there's a respin in any other ISOs it gets included. For 19.10 it SHOULD land. But for the *repos* getting a fix in for older cala is still a prudent idea.
Jul 1 2019
Apr 15 2019
@tsimonq2 I think you've still ignored some of the question asked:
@tsimonq2 I'm not sure we have the mechanism to create an interruptible SystemD unit like that. Will have to look into it.
Apr 13 2019
The GNOME ones are the GUI components for Network Manager. The base ones are the API-level plugins (though they work with nmcli).