it’s been a heck of a past two weeks. Just two weeks ago i knew pretty much nothing about how to edit wiki pages, and then i found myself setting them up so that we’d have an organized platform for testing xubuntu. It turns out that what i set up wasn’t perfect, but at least it was a start. We’ll have to revamp our testing process going forward, but i’m looking forward to it.
one thing i’ve seen is just how much smaller the xubuntu community is compared to ubuntu and kubuntu communities. there’s just not as many people involved. still, it’s up to us to continue to make things work. xubuntu is a good project - helping ubuntu linux to run on machines that it wouldn’t otherwise be able to. and xfce is a great window environment in it’s own right, even if it doesn’t have all of the bling of gnome or kde.
if anything, these past two weeks have reinforced in me the notion that, the more i learn about something, the more i realize how little i really know. it seems like there’s so much to learn, but if i look back at my skills and abilities from last year, i’ve come a long way.