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#1 2015-07-16 13:34:15

melodie
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Registered: 2015-07-16
Posts: 12

Re: Mélodie

Hello, Ciao, Bonjour,

I am a GNU/Linux user and contributor since 2004. I am French, live in the south west of France (nearby Toulouse) I don't talk Italian, though it seems I understand some of it, when I read you (open source ? wink ). I stumbled upon your community while I was doing a search on the internet, with "Ubuntu Openbox" words. Well well! I do the same as you! Well almost! I explain a bit after. What I can say is I am very glad to see other communities doing the same, we could share experience!

From 2004 up to 2006 I was mainly learning. Used Mandrake 10, Debian testing, Ubuntu Warty, Ubuntu Hoary… tested other distributions, out of curiosity. From 2006 to 2009, learning more, started using Archlinux, then dual-booted with PCLinuxOS (2008 to 2011), tried Zenwalk, Foremost (total failure on this one), Fedora, and many little distros, and the several desktop environments, Gnome-kde-xfce-lxde-ion3... and Openbox.

And from 2009 to now, started remixing distributions with Openbox. I merely played lego with the configs of some buddies, the programs of others, and put the stuff together with linux communities. PCLinuxOS Openbox, then Ubuntu Openbox, and now here I am, wondering if we could join efforts? (I'll post about that in the English sections of the forum, now I am just introducing myself, right?)

In life, I am interested in nature, environmental concerns, I like martial arts though I haven't practiced any in a long time (used to practice aïkibudo/aïkido and tried iaïto last year), I love horse riding but I don't have the means for that, I learned horse carriaging (leading horses by one or two), learned organic growing, and before I worked several years as a commercial. Then I did my professional training to learn organic agriculture, then I had a son, who is now 15 years old (and sadly, he likes non foss OS'es with games better). Since I started with computing and FOSS, I started to provide services around to people, and I continue to learn, in order to provide better services. (hardware, diagnostic… ). I am not tech or engineer with diploma, but I learn piece by piece.  To sum up what I know and don't know : I don't code, I can read partly the sources, I use the command line, what I know best (but never fully enough for my liking) is the internals of the system. I have some practical knowledge with hardware.

I am presently downloading SalentOS by torrent, to give it a whirl. smile
Well, SalentOS-i386-14.04.2-light.iso and SalentOS-amd64-14.04.2-full.iso have no one seeding, the two others are seeded by one and two persons.

Here are presented the version I have been working on since 2012:
http://linuxvillage.org/en/

and here:
http://forum.linuxvillage.org/index.php/board,31.0.html

I assume that people here can mostly read and write in English, (besides Italian wink ) so I pointed to the English parts of the blog and the forum. However if some also know some French…

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#2 2015-07-17 10:22:17

gmstyle
Administrator
Registered: 2015-03-31
Posts: 184

Re: Mélodie

You are welacome to the SalentOS community and i hope you can contribute with your experiences to this project! wink


Quannu la urpe nu rria all'ua...tice ca è tifara!

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#3 2015-07-17 10:39:05

melodie
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Registered: 2015-07-16
Posts: 12

Re: Mélodie

gmstyle wrote:

You are welacome to the SalentOS community and i hope you can contribute with your experiences to this project! wink

Gracie molto!

I hope we can exchange a few of our tools, to make each of our projects better.

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#4 2015-07-18 09:54:36

gian64
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Registered: 2015-03-31
Posts: 336

Re: Mélodie

Welcome,  big_smile
I don't speak english


Voglia di lavorare saltami addosso...

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#5 2015-07-18 13:55:32

bobol
Moderator
Registered: 2015-04-26
Posts: 354

Re: Mélodie

Hi, nice to read you  lol
I don't speak english too , but I can understand enough  wink


Utilizzo Solo Software Open Source

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#6 2015-07-18 15:54:44

melodie
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Registered: 2015-07-16
Posts: 12

Re: Mélodie

gian64 e bobol, gracie.

https://translate.google.com/translate? ... t=&act=url

je vais chercher un traductore...

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#7 2015-07-20 22:51:11

rciotola
Sviluppatori
Registered: 2015-04-01
Posts: 153

Re: Mélodie

Welcome Melodie,
here a short videos about SalentOS  tools development by community

SalentOS tint2 manager
http://blog.salentos.it/tint2-configura … r-preview/

SalentOS control center
http://blog.salentos.it/salentos-contro … r-preview/

SalentOS oblogout theme manager
http://blog.salentos.it/oblogout-theme-manager-preview/

SalentOS update center
http://blog.salentos.it/salentos-update-center-preview/

..and other GUI in progress...

We love Openbox

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#8 2015-07-24 23:45:54

melodie
Member
Registered: 2015-07-16
Posts: 12

Re: Mélodie

Hello,

Thanks for the links. And I am very fond of Openbox too, especially since openbox-menu was created I must say. smile
(this was many years ago now, however in the Ubuntu official repos since recently, as I plotted to get it into Debian, and was lucky to find people interested to do it!)

About the kernel removal feature, not sure it's quite necessary anymore. Well I run Vivid (Bento Vivid). Have you looked into this ? → http://askubuntu.com/questions/563483/w ... ld-kernels

I can see in this script, "/etc/kernel/postinst.d/apt-auto-removal" it is setup to leave the user with the two latest kernels and not more. What do you think about it?

(as for autoremove and clean options of apt-get, I provide Bento Openbox with Bleachbit all configured, ready to jump out of the box!There is bleachbit-root and bleachbit user, both configs ready)

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