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Jam Holtman (oulik-jan) wrote : Re: [lubuntu-devel] [Bug 1608306] Re: Confusing for users with many websites

When you Google Lubuntu (what probably the most users do) then the site comes on top and the site comes
in 5th place.
What I find strange is that the site offers the 16.04 release
and the site offers the 16.04.1 release.
Why is the site lagging behind, because most users will
probably download the old release.

Met vriendelijke groet / Best regards,

Jan Holtman

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On Mon, Aug 1, 2016 at 5:56 AM, Simon Quigley <email address hidden> wrote:

> ** Changed in: lubuntu-artwork
> Assignee: (unassigned) => Lubuntu-QA (lubuntu-qa)
> ** Changed in: lubuntu-artwork
> Status: New => In Progress
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> Title:
> Confusing for users with many websites
> Status in Lubuntu Artwork:
> In Progress
> Bug description:
> Hi! I have used Lubuntu for many years and thought the
> webstte was the official site for lubuntu. I have subscribed to the
> RSS feed to get news, but lately, there have been very few. Recently,
> I discovered the website. It seems more active and the blog
> is up to date on news. There is no indication on either that they are
> not official, but on the bottom of both, there seems to be information
> pointing towards both being owned by individuals, not by the Lubuntu
> project. This makes it hard to know which is the official site, if
> any. Would it not be less confusing for users to have one website and
> make the other address redirect to it?
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