Tag Archives: Kubuntu

Joint statement: Kubuntu Council + Community Council

Members of both the Kubuntu and Community Councils have been approached by community members and asked what the relationship is between the each other. Both councils would like to confirm that the relationship is strong, and mechanisms are in place to ensure a healthy and open relationship between both councils. We would all like to […]

Kubuntu Council re-election results

The nomination period for the new council members ended yesterday, with these nominations: Aaron Honeycutt Clay Weber Ovidiu-Florin Bogdan as that matches the number of open seats, there will be no voting, so everyone please welcome our 3 new council members. As previously announced, the membership of the other council members will be adjusted to […]

Ubuntu 12.04 Development update

Development Update Ubuntu 12.04 is shaping up nicely. Last week Alpha 2 got released, which means you should be testing by now. Next week we will hit Feature Freeze, by which time we “stop introducing new features, packages, and APIs, and concentrate on fixing bugs in the development release”. This also means that new upstream […]

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 Weekly Newsletter Issue 219

Welcome to the Ubuntu Weekly Newsletter. This is Issue #219 for the week January 04- 17, 2011 and is available here. In this issue we cover: Council Updates. Translations Interviews: Daniel Nylander (Swedish Translation Team) Ubuntu Developer Interviews From the Ubuntu Rally, Dallas Texas Ubuntu now on Twitter Ubuntu User Days Making Ubuntu More Personal […]
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