Monthly Archives: October 2005

Planeta Ubuntu Brasil

Vinicius Franco do Nascimento has announced the launch of Planet Ubuntu Brazil in Portugese. Many groups of Ubuntu users around the world have websites, forums, and IRC channels, so if you’re looking for people local to you to spread the love, make sure you check out the list of teams around the world. If there’s […]

Touring the Universe

Have you ventured beyond Ubuntu’s default GNOME desktop applications? There’s a wealth of great tools available in the Ubuntu repositories. The Universe is a huge place, and it’s easy to get overwhelmed by the amount of software available. But don’t worry, because Jorge ‘whiprush’ Castro will pilot our guided tour of universe applications that will […]

Development on Ubuntu 6.04 Begins

sabdfl has kicked off the development cycle for Ubuntu 6.04 (Dapper Drake). A preliminary list of goals has already been started. This upcoming version will feature three years of desktop support and five years of server support, so the development cycle will be probably be different from what has been done in the past. The […]

Help and Doc Team websites launched

Matthew East has announced the opening of two new websites for users. The first is, which is the new home to the official documentation for the project. It includes the Quick Tour, as well as the awesome FAQ Guide. Kubuntu documentation should arrive shortly. The second site, is intended to be the home […]

Ubuntu Love Day at UBZ

The UbuntuBelowZero developer summit will be keenly focused on planning for Ubuntu 6.04 (Dapper Drake), and mostly of interest to existing Ubuntu developers… So we’ve dedicated an entire day to users and hopeful contributors with lots of great presentations from Ubuntu dudes, and workshops to help you get involved! Whether you’d like to join the […]