Re: the ultimedia gnu/linux project
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- Date: Mon, 25 Jun 2012 19:09:44 +0800
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On Mon, Jun 25, 2012 at 1:22 AM, Markus Niewerth wrote:
> this is my first email to this list and i want to introduce myself and
> my project which an old friend of mine and im working on since some
Welcome to the list and thanks for your intro!
> To my person: my name is Markus Niewerth and im from germany.
Next year the Debian conference will be in Switzerland, you might want
> We aim to provide 100% Debian compliant packages.
You will want to look at lintian and debian-policy and perhaps some of
our other QA guides:
> Ultimedia GNU/Linux aims to be full redistributable and to provide the
> best multimedia integration for modern and also older hardware without
> all those bugging features, if it comes to GUI improvements like for
> instance Unity. Ultimedia also aims to be a totally uncomercial project,
> this means that Ultimedia will never be backed by a company, it is
> backed by the linux community and users and is just a brand you may
> later pay attention to.
You might want to join the Debian multimedia team:
> Now im patiently looking forward to join the Ultimedia derivate on the
> Debian Census. Also im seeking for some cooperations between other
> derivates, just sharing of informations would be great. We are all in
> the same boat :)
Joining the census is pretty simple.
First create a new wiki account:
Then put "UltimediaOS" in the form at the top of this page: