Tag Archives: Community

Improving Diversity at UDS

The Ubuntu Developer Summit is our twice-yearly event in which the Ubuntu community gets together to discuss, design, and plan the work for the next release of Ubuntu. It is an important staple in the Ubuntu calendar, and we meet next in May in Budapest, Hungary. We always try to make UDS a welcome and […]

Regional Membership Boards: Restaffing

In the past several months all three of the Regional Membership Boards had members step down. Asia and Oceania: Requires nominations for 1 position available for meetings at 9:00 UTC +/-1hr and nominations for 3 positions available for meetings run at 1400 UTC +/-1hr. (Note: if you applied during the call in September and are […]

Xubuntu Project Lead approved

In a Xubuntu Community Meeting attended by nine people, a vote was taken to confirm Charlie Kravetz as Xubuntu Project Lead. This was the culmination of many months of Xubuntu operating with an interim leader. The vote has confirmed Charlie Kravetz as the Xubuntu Project Lead. Thanks to all of the attendees and to the […]

Free Culture Showcase

For the 11.04 Ubuntu Free Culture Showcase we (the attendees at the UDS session) thought it would be really good to set a theme. The decision was made in order to encourage people to create content with wider artistic merit. The Ubuntu Free Culture Showcase is designed to help all of us show off the […]

Making Ubuntu More Personal: Identify Contributions To Engage More Personally

A few weeks back I wrote about my desire to make Ubuntu feel more personal for new and existing contributors. The goal here is to help community members to have a fulfilling experience in which there is a very personal sense of engagement (i.e. people care about your specific contributions and experience with Ubuntu). I […]

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