The standard homepage in Firefox if you use an another language than English is file:///usr/share/ubuntu-artwork/home/locales/index-da_DK.html please fix this to file:///usr/share/linuxmint/releasenotes/bea.html.
If you more operating systems than Linux Mint 2.1 installed on you computer Linux Mint will display as Ubuntu in the boot loader.
And then I've some ideas to the next releases of Linux Mint.
First I think you should swish the text-color to white and the background-color to black in the terminal.
I also think you should do it possible to upgrade from older versions Linux Mint.
I also think you should create a repository with mint-desktop and all the program that Linux Mint include that there is'nt in the repositories in the sources.list.
I think you should install all the OpenOffice.org 2.1 programs by default and I also think you should install locale languagepacks for OpenOffice.org 2.1 by default. For example the ooo 2.1 lanuagepacks can be downloaded from the Internet like the other languagepacks.
I think that you should include GIMP by default and maybe also gThumb and Xsane if you want that. I think it's most important to make a full functional distributation that works out-of-the-box rather than it can be on a 700 MB cd-disk.Alternative you can create a Linux Mint netinstall-cd or/and a Linux Mint-dvd.
If you want to introduce 3D effects in Linux Mint please use Beryl and AIXGL.
I want to be a part of the developers team.
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