Thu, May 23
Wed, May 22
Whoops! My bad I thought you had claimed this task @wxl Sorry for the message on telegram. I had recieved the email notif and I was in a hurry so didn't read properly. My bad. Really sorry. I will complete the task asap. Really sorry again!
Tue, May 21
Looks like MATE no longer installs the theme by default because it's problematic with some hardware it seems. Curious.
Mon, May 20
Sun, May 19
Sat, May 18
Tue, May 14
If you do decide to do graphics drivers here's the PPA Canonical works on. https://launchpad.net/~graphics-drivers/+archive/ubuntu/ppa
Mon, May 13
I think looks-wise the login screen needs a bit of an update(provided screen of 19.04 login screen). Simple changes like centering the user login and making the bar on top a darker black and 2px thinner.
Does that integrating Raspberry Pi kernel fixes to the Lubuntu Pi images? https://github.com/raspberrypi/linux
Mon, May 6
Debian has the fix here:
Yes, that's what I'm referring to with the first question— how exactly one updates it. As I said above, I'm confirming one just clones, runs the update script, and commits?
Are you referring to rLUBUNTUMETAPACKAGING lubuntu-meta Packaging?
Ok, what about lubuntu-meta?
Let me talk to the SRU team and see what their thoughts are on SRUing such a patch.
Sun, May 5
Tue, Apr 30
I think the problem with that is that we have designed the whole system around a particular look. There's always been a set of colors (or at least a family of color tones) that we have used. We've had optional wallpapers before, but the default has always been something we designed. The nice thing about that is we can limit the amount of colors in it, which makes it blend better with the rest of the system. With photographs, this is much more difficult.
Mon, Apr 29
I like nature pictures, isn't there some type of license that would let us use some? Creative Commons kind.
Sat, Apr 27
Thu, Apr 25
Apr 23 2019
Apr 19 2019
Alright, I'm writing this all down in one place so I don't forget and others can rubber ducky me. Basically, we need to set Calamares up to configure some custom settings, iff the OEM GRUB entry is set. This isn't horribly complicated at all.
Apr 18 2019
This task remains here so that it does get added there.
Exactly. Move everything over, it doesn't belong here. :P
Spite closes things, dummy.