LXDE is written in the C programming language and uses the GTK 2 toolkit. There is also an experimental GTK 3 port developed by the Arch Linux community.
LXQt is a free and open source lightweight desktop environment. It was formed from the merger of the LXDE and Razor-qt projects.
While LXDE uses GTK2 and GTK3, LXQT uses Qt Toolkit.
Lets play "Dino Hunter!" Enter the open source world and help find #dinosaurs
How to play?
1. Find a mascot or logo from an open source project or non-profit tech organization. Depending on the project, names can also be excepted.
2. Reply to this toot. Submit an image along with additional information and a links to the project.
Disclaimer! Entries with proprietary software immediately disqualified upon submission.
Kandalf the wizard was the former mascot for the KDE community from 1998 to 2001.
Imagemagick was first released in 1990. ImageMagick can create, edit, compose, or convert digital images. It can read and write images in a variety of formats.
Can you see the similarities or differences between both mascots?
Do you know of any other open source mascot, logo or project that have or use a wizard?
With Debian, you can climb the ladder of success. You will always reach the top because Debian is reliable.
Set your applications to stay "always on top" so you can focus on the things that matter the most.
Because Debian and its derivatives have always been at the top of Linux distributions lists, people have always used Debian with confidence.
We could say that Debian is a hard and strong Linux distribution, just like the hardness of a sea shell.
Or how Debian can be compared to a crustacean, because it was first released in 1993, making it old and reliable.
But did you know that Debian lives in the deepest parts of peoples hearts, like sea shells live in the deepest parts of the oceans.
The Debian "swirl" logo looks like a giant Red & White Peppermint Swirl Lollipop.
Because Debian is sweet and delicious.
Debian was first announced on August 16, 1993, by Ian Murdock, who initially called the system "the Debian Linux Release".
The word "Debian" was formed as a portmanteau of the first name of his then-girlfriend Debra Lynn and his own first name.
What do you think the Debian "swirl" logo means or represents?
One theory about the origin of the Debian logo is that Buzz Lightyear, the chosen character for the first named Debian release, has a swirl in his chin.
The codenames for Debian releases are the names of Toy Story characters.
The former Debian project leader Bruce Perens worked at Pixar for 12 years, from 1987 to 1999.
Larry Ewing created the Linux logo in 1996 from an image of a penguin figurine depicted in a similar style to the Creature Comforts characters created by Nick Park, who also created Wallace & Gromit.
Both images share certain characteristics that are similar.
When Linus Torvalds went to Australia for his first trip, he says that he was bitten by a fairy penguin.
The fairy penguin, also known as the little penguin, blue penguin or little blue penguin, is the inspiration behind the logo.
LXQt is a free and open source lightweight desktop environment that uses the Qt framework.
The LXQt logo looks like a hummingbird flying in motion.
Could the logo be inspired from the white-necked jacobin?
The male white-necked jacobin is a beautiful hummingbird with black, blue and white feathers.
I use Linux and programming to create images and animations that make videos more interesting.
Fosstodon is an English speaking Mastodon instance that is open to anyone who is interested in technology; particularly free & open source software.