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Quantal is waiting for you – start hacking on Ubuntu

Regular Bug Fixing Initiatives Perhaps you, like many others, got interested in Ubuntu Development, but didn’t know what to start working on? Perfect, because we have something for you. From now on we will put together regular bug fixing initiatives, so all you need to do is head over to our bug fixing initiative page, […]

Ubuntu 12.04 Development update

Last Development Update of 12.04 Today we saw the release of Ubuntu 12.04. It is the fourth release with long-term support and the 16th Ubuntu release. Lots of hard work went into this release, so if you see Ubuntu contributors around, give them a hug! Kate Stewart, the Release Manager sent out an email with […]

Developer Advisory Team Report 12.04: Feedback from new contributors

Over the past development cycle, the Ubuntu Developer Advisory Team reached out to many new contributors. As part of that work, we solicited feedback about our development process. We have summarized this feedback in the attached report. It is our hope that it will help drive further discussion about our development processes, tools, and documentation […]

Code of Conduct Update

It has been more than two years since our Code of Conduct was updated the last time and we have had many important discussions in our community since then. To reflect this, the Community Council has been working on a new update of the Code of Conduct. We, the CC, would like you to review […]

Ubuntu Teams

The Ubuntu Teams page just received a major makeover and it should be much easier to read and find information in there. Thanks a lot to everyone involved in this! If you should talk to anyone who doesn’t know yet which part of the Ubuntu Community they might enjoy becoming a part of, recommending the […]
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