[Inx] Opinions regarding release, and some updates on what is happening
andrem at internode.on.net
Wed May 7 22:05:08 PDT 2008
On Thu, 2008-05-08 at 10:11 +1000, Peter Garrett wrote:
> It would be good to hear from people what they think about the
> * name for next INX : suggestion from ompaul was
> "INX 2 : The Console Revisited"
That sounds good.
The title is descriptive and will make people wonder how they missed
previous editions of this gem.
> suggestion from inx-one: ;-)
> "INX 10 - Second in a trilogy of 11"
Only for cognoscente.
> Possible combination:
> "INX 10 : The Console Revisited - Second in a trilogy of 11"
The best of both worlds - descriptive with a hint of mystique.
> * Burning question: should the default colour scheme be changed from
> "green and gold" to "boring blue" or maybe "revolting red and yellow"
> or <insert your ideas here> ?
I have no problem with the colours. The user can adjust the display to
accommodate personal colour preferences.
> * Is the new structure working for you ? I have moved all the functions
> to /usr/local/lib/inx ( As of today's uploaded hardy-inx.iso ). All
> the scripts in /usr/local/bin are now executables . Most of them
> simply call/source /usr/local/lib/main-inx , from whence they branch
> to the relevant other function(s).
I have yet to sample the latest issue of INX.
> * "When It's Ready (tm)" , should INX be announced on distrowatch? Or
> would that be to have delusions of grandeur?
Not grandiose at all - go for it. What about the Ubuntu Forum and Full
Circle e-magazine to name but two other avenues.
> * Bug reports either to #inx on Freenode or to this list would be
> helpful. This list is a better idea, since that way subscribers will
> be more likely to see, and maybe help.
> * Something else that I've forgotten for the moment, but will no doubt
> remember briefly in the middle of the night, before forgetting it
Ah, Kraft syndrome - in one so young too ;)
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