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Ubuntu 12.04 Development update

Development Update This will be the last development update of 2011, so let’s see where we stand in terms of 12.04. We are 10 weeks into the release cycle and have still 18 weeks to go. There is definitely still a lot left to be done, but the foundations for a great release have been […]

Ubuntu 12.04 Development update

Development Update With holidays and the end of the year coming up soon, there is still lots going on, but there is not much on the release cycle plan which concerns us. 12th January, which is still four weeks away, will mark Debian Import Freeze, which will be a first gentle reminder to start solidifying […]

Ubuntu 12.04 Development update

Development Update The development of 12.04 is ticking along nicely. Alpha 1 was released last week and work on features is continuing while changes from Upstream (including Debian) are merged. A number of decisions regarding versions of Desktop-ish components are being discussed on the Ubuntu Development mailing list. This includes poppler for rendering PDF files, […]

Ubuntu 12.04 Development update

Development Update Huzzah! Seven weeks into the release cycle and Ubuntu 12.04 Alpha 1 has just been announced. Bear in mind it is of alpha quality, but please go and test it if you are curious and want to help out. Ubuntu 12.04 will be an LTS (long term support) release, so we have taken […]

Ubuntu 12.04 Development update

Development Update Isn’t a new development release always exciting? We are six weeks into the cycle and things are ticking on quite nicely. Today we will reach Feature Definition Freeze, so all the feature specifications should be written and approved, giving us a clear direction where to go this cycle. Next week we will release […]

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