Category Archives: Development

Ubuntu Developer Week

Welcome to another Ubuntu Developer Week! From 28th August to 30th August the Ubuntu Developer Community will bring you a variety of sessions all around Ubuntu Development. If you were ever interested in learning more about how Ubuntu is put together or how to get involved and contribute, this is a perfect time! No matter […]

More tasks to sink your teeth in

Two weeks ago we launched our first bug fixing initiative for the quantal release cycle and we are happy to report that at least four new contributors helped out: Sebastian Carneiro, Siddhanathan S., Guruprasad and Bruno Ribeiro. Thanks a lot everyone! In the last MOTU meeting we agreed on a new list of tasks, so […]

Ubuntu 12.10 Developer Update

In this update we reached out to Ubuntu Developer and juju Extraordinaire Clint Byrum for an interview and to see what he is working on in the 12.10 Release Cycle. Benjamin Kerensa: What are you doing this cycle when it comes to Development surrounding juju? Clint Byrum: With juju’s rewrite in Go, we’ve slowed down the […]

Quantal is waiting for you – start hacking on Ubuntu

Regular Bug Fixing Initiatives Perhaps you, like many others, got interested in Ubuntu Development, but didn’t know what to start working on? Perfect, because we have something for you. From now on we will put together regular bug fixing initiatives, so all you need to do is head over to our bug fixing initiative page, […]

EA Games and Ubuntu

Electronic Arts are delivering two games into Ubuntu, Command & Conquer Tiberium Alliances and Lord of Ultima. They are currently available in the Ubuntu Software Center. While some may focus on the fact that these are loading web apps, the really exciting opportunity here is that EA have identified Ubuntu as an exciting channel to […]

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