Included in Elive 3.0 , see your “Alt + Esc” -> “application theme” -> “icons” to select them (if you don’t have uninstalled them during the installation process)
yes but only if an enough amount of users knows about it, how to make it more known?..
that makes me also think: there’s a reference about 64bit in the stable-download page, most of users would search for that and sadly will not find Elive to be 64bit, so these references should tell the users things like “subscribe to know about a future 64 bit version”, “promote elive so that it can exist”, etc… suggestions for that stable-download page?
yeah thats an example of this problem heh
most of the best “publicities” that elive had was references from other websites, like wikipedia, articles, lists of distros, etc… even in websites like “usb recording tools” or similar things
Ubuntu has (had) very big marketing resources
Maybe we should spam all the lubuntu forums talking about Elive
Elive definitively needs a big strategy to be more known, in fact, the project is almost going to die because of this (it should have died long time ago in fact, due to the lack of resources & donations to keep it alive)