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- Mar 12 2019, 6:33 PM (44 w, 3 d)
Fri, Jan 10
Not sure about the translation files, I think those typically get dropped from packaging.
Sat, Jan 4
Fri, Jan 3
I believe I know why a logout/login is necessary for Lubuntu and not Ubuntu. Ubuntu comes installed with snaps, in particular, the core snap. After that is installed you don't have to logout/login to have snaps show in the menu.
I am confused. Are you indicating that snaps that you install do not show in the menu? The ones I have installed do show up. I can also drag them to the quick launch on the panel.
Thu, Jan 2
Thu, Dec 26
I agree, this looks much better. Now you get to upload it too ;)
Tue, Dec 24
Dec 19 2019
I have tested this from unstable-ci and it works as intended, I think we should add this to default settings so that it is set by default.
Dec 15 2019
This seems like it would be a nice enhancement to the fantastic manual we already have. I would be willing to help with this project as time permits. I know AntiX / MX linux has a fair bit for video content that Dolphin Oracle put together. It seems to be a well utilized resource for them. I don't think there are too many other distros that have as much content as they do. I think like the current manual this could be something that could evolve over time, continually improving on the last iteration so I don't think we should focus too much about the initial quality.
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Dec 1 2019
We need to hold on this. There is a typo in the grubcfg module which has landed in master but not in this release. https://github.com/calamares/calamares/compare/28141661da71...1a13704c71dd There should be no harm in waiting from what I can see.
Nov 30 2019
Nov 29 2019
As pointed out above we have a start to a welcome center in rWELCOME . It should now compile and run. In addition all of the buttons that are there actually work (they do something that seems appropriate). There is still some work to be done however IMO.
- Theming could be enhanced a bit (maybe quite a bit?).
- Add buttons for:
- Software -Discover, Muon, something.
- Bug reporting.
- Debian Packaging.
- Currently the release version is hardcoded, it should probably pull from /etc/os-release or something.
- Autostart / disabling autostart needs code, there is an incomplete commented section.
Nov 28 2019
Nov 24 2019
I have a start on the wallpaper communication. It could probably use a little jazzing up but the basics are there. https://notes.lubuntu.me/s/BJHO4tOnS#
Nov 20 2019
Am I missing something here? I don't see what this is going to install other than an icon.
Oct 16 2019
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Oct 12 2019
New wallpaper is in. Thanks @tsimonq2
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Oct 2 2019
@tsimonq2 You had mentioned you would finish this up so i am reassigning this to you. Please let me know if there is something else you need from me.
I will bump this to 20.04. We are waiting on an upstream fix for this ultimately (2 of them actually, one for Cala to run firefox as the user and one for LXQt to respect proper .desktop menu items). I also lowered the priority it isn't a showstopper that we have two menu items just somewhat annoying.
Sep 26 2019
A bug in Calamares has been reported by at least 2 individuals. @guiverc and I were unable to reproduce. I am in America, New York, quite possible the worst location for testing since it is the default. However Chris is not in the default zone and was able to get the proper one automatically. It would be appreciated if some other folks could test for this bug in other time zones.
Sep 23 2019
(it'd read better if we edited the wallpaper competition winner's letter, but should or do we want to do that???)
Reduce image size to test.
Add default wallpaper only to test.
Sep 22 2019
Remove boat image, it is too large.
Reduce image file sizes.
Try to upload wallpapers again.
Counting down in C4
Sep 21 2019
I changed the permissions and got the same result.
-rw-rw-r-- 1 ds ds 2.3M Sep 20 17:32 1804-lubuntu-default-wallpaper-h.png -rw-rw-r-- 1 ds ds 2.0M Sep 20 17:32 1804-lubuntu-default-wallpaper.png -rw-rw-r-- 1 ds ds 11M Sep 20 16:51 1910-Boat-on-beach-wallpaper.png -rw-rw-r-- 1 ds ds 5.5M Sep 20 17:13 1910-Caribbean-sunset-wallpaper.png -rw-rw-r-- 1 ds ds 1.7M Sep 20 16:38 1910-Lubuntu-default-wallpaper.png -rw-rw-r-- 1 ds ds 2.1M Sep 20 17:04 1910-Lubuntu-eoan-ermine.png -rw-rw-r-- 1 ds ds 11M Sep 20 16:50 1910-Lubuntu-logo.png lrwxrwxrwx 1 ds ds 34 Sep 20 17:46 lubuntu-default-wallpaper.png -> 1910-Lubuntu-default-wallpaper.png
Linting... No lint engine configured for this project. Running unit tests... No unit test engine is configured for this project. Uploading chunks (3 chunks to upload). Uploading chunks (3 chunks to upload). Failed to upload binary "1910-Boat-on-beach-wallpaper.png".Failed to upload binary "1910-Caribbean-sunset-wallpaper.png".Failed to upload binary "1910-Lubuntu-default-wallpaper.png".Failed to upload binary "1910-Lubuntu-eoan-ermine.png".Failed to upload binary "1910-Lubuntu-logo.png".
Fix file permissions on wallpapers.
Looking at the above, I wonder if it isn't a permissions issue...
Here is a ls of the folder.
-rw-rw-r-- 1 ds ds 2.3M Sep 20 17:32 1804-lubuntu-default-wallpaper-h.png -rw-rw-r-- 1 ds ds 2.0M Sep 20 17:32 1804-lubuntu-default-wallpaper.png -rw------- 1 ds ds 11M Sep 20 16:51 1910-Boat-on-beach-wallpaper.png -rw------- 1 ds ds 5.5M Sep 20 17:13 1910-Caribbean-sunset-wallpaper.png -rw------- 1 ds ds 1.7M Sep 20 16:38 1910-Lubuntu-default-wallpaper.png -rw------- 1 ds ds 2.1M Sep 20 17:04 1910-Lubuntu-eoan-ermine.png -rw------- 1 ds ds 11M Sep 20 16:50 1910-Lubuntu-logo.png lrwxrwxrwx 1 ds ds 34 Sep 20 17:46 lubuntu-default-wallpaper.png -> 1910-Lubuntu-default-wallpaper.png
I wondered about the file size restrictions too but there are two of them that are the same size as the existing wallpapers.
Sep 20 2019
I got this when I did an arc diff for D47
As a note I received the following error on arc diff P46
Sep 18 2019
Sep 13 2019
Thanks for adding the doc strings, it is appreciated. The variable renaming makes more sense too.