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Ubuntu 12.04 Development Update

Benjamin Kerensa

Development Update Today marks the transition of Ubuntu 12.04 from Alpha Testing into the first phase of Beta Testing as Ubuntu 12.04 Beta 1 is released. Nicholas Skaggs has a number of items you can help out with by simply doing a bit of testing. We still have eight weeks until release, so let’s take […]

Ubuntu 12.04 Development Update

Development Update Nine weeks until release and one thing is clear already: 12.04 will be a kick-arse release. Thanks everyone for your hard work on it! Still there’s a few things which still need to get done. Today User Interface Freeze and Beta Freeze will kick in, next week we will do a test rebuild […]

Ubuntu 12.04 Development update

Robert Roth

Development Update And again we are in the most interesting time of the release cycle. Today we will hit Feature Freeze at around 21:00 UTC. The time where we stop introducing new features, packages, and APIs, and concentrate on fixing bugs in the development release. Today marks the end of a couple of very busy […]

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 […]

Precise Pangolin Alpha 2 Released!

Welcome to Precise Pangolin Alpha 2, which will in time become Ubuntu 12.04. Pre-releases of Precise Pangolin are *not* encouraged for anyone needing a stable system or anyone who is not comfortable running into occasional, even frequent breakage. They are, however, recommended for Ubuntu developers and those who want to help in testing, reporting, and […]

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