Monthly Archives: May 2007

Kubuntu German Community at LinuxTag Live!

The German Kubuntu Community is representing Kubuntu at the annual LinuxTag in Berlin. The booth is shared with the Ubuntu and Edubuntu Community as well as the Linux4Africa project. Anybody who cannot visit the LinuxTag, but still would like to feel the atmosphere, has an opportunity to watch them via webcam. A periodically refreshed still […]

This Week in Universe: MOTU Q&A and Universe HUG Day

The Masters of the Universe (MOTU) have two big events planned for this week: MOTU Q&A: the first of what will hopefully become a regular event is happening this Thursday. This is great time for people interested in learning about Universe maintainership, Ubuntu packaging, or how the Universe repository works to get their questions answered. […]

Behind MOTU: Interviews with Universe contributors and maintainers

Behind MOTU is a blog by Universe maintainer Jordan Mantha that interviews Universe developers (known as Masters of the Universe) and frequent contributors. The goal is to show the fun and human side to the hard working volunteers that keep the Universe and Multiverse software repositories in good shape. Interviews so far include: Barry deFreese […]

Ubuntu Weekly News: Issue #42

Issue #42 for the week May 21st – May 27th, 2007 is now available. In this issue we cover Dell’s long awaited release of computers with Ubuntu preinstalled, the newly created Wine team, a new planet has been added to our blog solar system for US LoCo Teams, an interview with Corey Burger (the newly […]

Dell offers Three consumer systems with Ubuntu 7.04

Today Lionel Menchaca, Dell's Digital Media Manager, announced the availability of three different systems with Ubuntu 7.04 installed: the XPS 410n and Dimension E520n desktops as well as the Inspiron E1505n notebook. These systems will be available at the Dell website by 4pm CST today along with hardware support for their customers in USA. Dell […]