Tag Archives: Community

Community Donations Funding Report

Last year the main Ubuntu download page was changed to include a form for users to make a donation to one or more parts of Ubuntu, including to the community itself. Those donations made for “Community projects” were made available to members of our community who would use them to benefit the Ubuntu project. Every […]

Certificates For Ubuntu Members

The Ubuntu community is a core part of what makes us what we are, and right at the center of that are our Ubuntu Members. Ubuntu Members provide *significant and sustained* contributions over a wide range of areas such as packaging, documentation, programming, translations, advocacy, support, and more. We always want to do our best […]

Community on ubuntu.com

community-website

We’re very happy to announce that community.ubuntu.com is now online. It is the primary address for interested Ubuntu users to stay involved and get informed about what our community is doing. A handful of contributors worked hard with the Canonical Design and Web team and from now on it will be easy for us as […]

First Community Leadership Meeting Summary

This week we had our first Ubuntu Leadership Meeting. The goal of the meeting is to bring together representatives from the different governance boards to provide an open field to discuss challenges and opportunities in the community. In this week’s call there was Elizabeth Krumbach (Community Council), Laura Czajkowski (LoCo/Community Councils), Sergio Meneses (LoCo Council), […]

Reminder: Call for new ARB members

It’s time for a recruiting round for the Application Review Board, as “we have 4 seats open yet out of the 7 seats”. If you’re interested, please send a quick email to the team mailing list (app-review-board at lists.ubuntu.com) by latest January 14th, and we’ll walk you through the details of signing up. Mandatory requirement […]

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