Category Archives: Development

Mir – An outpost envisioned as a new home

A guest post from Thomas Voss’ blog. Thomas is the Technical Architect (Client) at Canonical: Some time ago, Canonical started internal discussions about our convergence strategy, clearly spelling out the distant target of shaping and developing a single computing platform and operating system that is able to power the cloud, classic desktop machines, laptops, TV […]

Mir + Unity QML + Unity APIs = Unity

A guest post from Olli Ries’s blog. Olli is the Engineering Director for Unity and Display Server at Canonical: It all sounds good in theory… Not too long ago, Mark communicated the vision for Ubuntu and Unity for 2013 as “[…] Unity in 2013 will be all about mobile – bringing Ubuntu to phones and […]

Smart Scopes

In the Ubuntu 13.04 cycle the development team have been working on making a series of improvements to the dash to improve search quality as well as the breadth of areas, software, and services that the dash can search. This will result in a significantly greater number of scopes (potentially 100) shipped by default and […]

Tomorrow: Ubuntu Developer Week

Tomorrow, 29th January, will see the start of Ubuntu Developer Week, the best opportunity this cycle to get involved in Ubuntu Development. We will have a variety of sessions around, all having to do with how Ubuntu is put together and how you can help out and get involved. Here a few examples of topics […]

Ubuntu Developer Week – 29th-31st Jan

We are delighted to announce the next Ubuntu Developer Week. From 29th to 31st January 2013 we will have a great selection of sessions all about Ubuntu Development, which not only showcase the great work which goes into Ubuntu, but should also help you get involved. https://wiki.ubuntu.com/UbuntuDeveloperWeek Among the topics this time: general development and […]

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