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Thread: Hello

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    Hello

    Is this thread still on-going?
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    Re: Hello

    what thread?
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    Re: Hello

    the Oklahoam LoCo forum my bad
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    Re: Hello

    Not really,
    I am not really sure how to connect with fellow Okie's that use FLOSS.
    But, the loco team, and all that is a bit disjointed.
    I just joined the mailing list, as I thought this might be a good avenue.

    I am pretty heavily involved in some projects, and I would like it if us Okies could 'join forces' more

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    Re: Hello

    what kind of projects are you involved in?
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    Re: Hello

    Hi,
    Right now I am currently working with ToriOS, which is a yet to be released OS, based on Ubuntu 12.04 that uses JWM for the WM.
    I have been programming a settings manager to allow users to easily modify the JWM configuration, and I have also been building the session scripts, and working with the programmer of OBI (one button installer)
    To package it for Ubuntu, and have made a PPA for it. There are still a few kinks to work out, but the OS runs in about 70MB of memory and will work on very old computers. I have it running quite well on an old Windows ME box.
    I also hang out on the Lubuntu users list and help people that have questions (if I can).
    There are other things I am working on too, mostly little programs, and packaging things.
    I recently pacakged a program called sdesk which is a Panel indicator that you can tie to any script or program.... there is a battery monitor included, and a zenity/gxmessage dialog I wrote as a front-end for locate.

    I am sure there is more, but that is what I am mainly doing right now. If you are interested in helping out in any of those projects (testing is helping out), just let me know.

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