Monthly Archives: January 2006

MOTU School Transcripts

Kevin Cole has concocted a nice transcript of December’s MOTU School session, “Packaging without debhelper and/or CDBS”. Paul Sladen added his own notes and files for those who want the short, short version of the tutorial. Stephan Hermann is also looking for more volunteers to speak about special topics for anyone who is interested. [Discuss]

Fabio Massimo Di Nitto Interviewed

Here’s a great interview with Fabio Massimo Di Nitto, leader of the Ubuntu Server team. When Fabio’s not cooking up a hearty spaghetti bolognese – with sauce in the shape of the Ubuntu logo! – he’s ploughing fixes and love into Ubuntu, and making it rock for server administrators world-wide. (Please note that the interview […]

Documentation News for January

Following the success of the desktop team’s newsletter, the Documentation Team has begun running their own newsletter, bringing you the latest docs from the land of the wiki. Work has already begun on the Desktop and Server Guides for the next release. Also be sure to check out the “New Hotness” section, which highlights just […]

Post-Holiday Catch Up

We hope everyone had a safe and prosperous holidays. Now that we’re all done stuffing ourselves from our real fridges, it’s time to catch up on what’s been going on in Ubuntu land. Ben Collins is looking for AMD64 volunteers to help test the new SMP/Uniprocessor kernels. Daniel Holbach has posted the latest Desktop Team […]