Tag Archives: Community

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 […]

Qt apps on Ubuntu

As part of our planning for Natty+1, we’ll need to find some space on the CD for Qt libraries, and we will evaluate applications developed with Qt for inclusion on the CD and default install of Ubuntu. Ease of use, and effective integration, are key values in our user experience. We care that the applications […]

Ubuntu Translations Interviews: Daniel Nylander (Swedish Translation Team)

Ubuntu is brought to users in their own language by a large community of dedicated volunteer translators, who tirelessly work on localizing every part of the Operating System release after release. In this series of interviews we’ll get to know who they are, about their language and how they work. This week we’re introducing you […]

Ubuntu Translations Interviews: André Gondim (Brazilian Portuguese Translation Team)

Ubuntu is brought to users in their own language by a large community of dedicated volunteer translators, who tirelessly work on localizing every part of the Operating System release after release. In this series of interviews we’ll get to know who they are, about their language and how they work. This week we’re introducing you […]

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