…as said in Old English, “mass days of all saints”. We’re getting close to the Samhain (Calam Gaeaf). And it’s a tradition to make up the default Lubuntu wallpaper to match these days. So, there’s nothing more to say. Frag it and terrify yourself with so many Jack-o-Lanterns that you couldn’t possibly sleep.
The whole planet (specially the celts, the vikings and their descendants) knows that we’re close to Halloween but now, since I’m meeting with my ancestors (historically, I mean) just discovered the purpose of this rare ritual: the end of the harvest, the end of the light half, and the beginning of the dark half. According to Wikipedia:
Samhain ( /ˈsɑːwɪn/, /ˈsaʊ.ɪn/, or /ˈsaʊn/) is a Gaelic harvest festival held on October 31–November 1. It was linked to festivals held around the same time in other Celtic cultures […] and both the Gaelic and the Catholic liturgical festival have influenced the secular customs now connected with Halloween.
I’d like to thank to the people who downloaded the distro, because now Lubuntu hits the list with an incredible 7th score position! (see that on DistroWatch). And of course, I’d like to thank the Lubuntu crew for their wonderful job done with this release, and that’s why Canonical decided to “adopt us” in the Ubuntu family, for those well-done things and a never-ending illusion. You’re the best!