Ubuntu MATE developers have been working on some tools that allowed them to build the distribution for the Raspberry Pi 2 platform, and they are looking to share those tools and to name them so that other projects can use them, like Xubuntu or Lubuntu.
Building the distribution for Raspberry Pi 2 might become a regular thing now after the Ubuntu MATE made this a part of their release schedule. This is interesting because the Raspberry Pi 2 image is not part of the regular release, but that didn't stop them from doing it anyway. To make this happen, they put together some tools and now they want some help from the community to name them.
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