On 08/05/14 01:03, Jerome Leclanche wrote:
> The LXQt homepage is at
> J. Leclanche
WOW! That's great! Really. Is it git based?
heh, what about to open the discussion about term lightweight again?
> On Wed, May 7, 2014 at 11:59 PM, Ryan Bramantya
>> Congratulations for the release!
>> By the way, which website that will become LXQT homepage?
>> http://razor-qt.org/ or http://lxde.org/ ?
>> 2014-05-07 16:14 GMT+07:00 Jerome Leclanche
>>> The LXDE and Razor-qt teams are proud to announce
LXQt 0.7.0, the
>>> first release of LXQt, the Qt Lightweight Desktop
>>> beta release is considered a stable continuation of
the Razor desktop.
>>> It has been almost a year since the Razor-qt project
and the LXDE-Qt
>>> project decided to merge. Since then, the LXQt
desktop has been under
>>> active development by 13 developers and dozens of
>>> "The Linux community sees many forks but never any
>>> The merge has been praised by a lot of members of
>>> The Maui Project has joined our efforts in creating a
>>> desktop and together we hope to focus less on our
differences and more
>>> on what we share.
>>> The KDE Project has, in their efforts in building the
>>> Frameworks, opened new doors for Qt developers
working with desktop
>>> libraries. KF5 libraries may soon power some LXQt
>>> In the same spirit, I would like other desktops to
consider this an
>>> open invitation to come and talk to us about how we
could benefit from
>>> each other's work.
>>> Since the last release of Razor-qt (0.5.2), the
desktop has had
>>> serious overall polishing and hundreds of bug fixes,
as well as a host
>>> of new features including:
>>> - The inclusion of PCManFM-Qt, the Qt port of LXDE's
desktop and file
>>> - An all-new modular architecture, allowing users
and maintainers to
>>> easily swap out components of the desktop for third
>>> - Several improvements to the system settings along
>>> inclusion of screens management, keyboard settings
>>> - Improvements to cursor and appearance settings
>>> - Improved support for systemd-based setups
>>> - Ongoing work on Qt 5 compatibility. Most of our
>>> build on Qt 5!
>>> - Ongoing work on Wayland support. Some components,
>>> PCManFM-Qt, can run on Wayland if QtWayland is
>>> - A new obconf-qt tool, for Openbox users (released
>>> - A new compton-conf tool, for Compton users
>>> - Several performance improvements
>>> - Experimental Raspberry Pi support
>>> - Partial FreeBSD support
>>> Existing LXDE users will be happy to hear that the
GTK version of LXDE
>>> will not be discontinued for the time being. While
>>> have shifted their focus on LXQt, classic LXDE will
>>> maintained as long as there are developers still
working on it.
>>> The new website for the LXQt project is available at:
>>> * http://lxqt.org/
>>> Source downloads for LXQt are available at:
>>> * http://lxqt.org/downloads/0.7.0/
>>> Please report any issues to our main issue tracker.
>>> * https://github.com/lxde/lxde-qt
>>> Packages are already available for the following
>>> * Arch Linux (AUR):
>>> * Ubuntu (Daily Builds PPA):
>>> * Siduction: http://packages.siduction.org/lxqt
>>> Distributions are encouraged to contact us on this
>>> regarding packaging matters.
>>> Our git repositories are available on:
>>> * http://git.lxde.org/
>>> * https://github.com/lxde/ (read-only mirror)
>>> Aspiring contributors should take a look at our
>>> The LXDE and LXQt developers
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>> Best regards,
>> Ryan Bram
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