Lubuntu seems to need a forum of its own. On the Lubuntu website,the tab "forum" links to Ubuntu Forums posts that have the tag "lubuntu." (That is to say, go to http://www.lubuntu.net/
and click forum, you'll see http://ubuntuforums.org/tags.php?tag=lubuntu
I upgraded to Ubuntu 13.10 with Lubuntu 13.10. The upgrade seems to have only broken some things, not added any features that I notice. I don't want to post negative things about Lubuntu, that people who don't use Lubuntu might read, when maybe there's an easy way to fix them, or maybe there's nothing wrong. So I guess I have to post about it here. Please excuse me and correct me if there's a better place to post about it.
Two problems in 13.10:
(1) The panel right click option titled "Desktop Pager" Settings crashes every time. There were dialog boxes that sent automated bug reports on it. After the first time it crashes in a session, it crashes silently or does nothing, i.e. it doesn't bring up another bug report dialog box. I found there are already bug reports on this at Launchpad. I don't know how to do manual bug reports at Launchpad, although I'd like to learn how to contribute there. Running "$ obconf --tab 6" reproduces the segmentation fault bug every time, although "$ obconf --tab 1" works, (with error messages that might not be important because at least some of them are just from bad data in usr/share/*/openbox-3/themerc files.)
(2) Two options from the Shutdown menu, Lock Screen and Suspend, now do something different than they used to: They each log out of Lubuntu, just like the Logout option. Then the Suspend option does suspend, after a second, interrupting the sound of arriving at the log-in screen. Are these options in Lubuntu Shutdown supposed to do this in version 13.10?