Monthly Archives: September 2010

Ubuntu Weekly Newsletter #211

Welcome to the Ubuntu Weekly Newsletter. This is Issue #211 for the week September 12th – September 18th, 2010 and is available here. In this issue we cover: Welcome New Ubuntu Members Welcome New Ubuntu Developers Ubuntu Open Week, request for instructors Ubuntu App Developer Week Archive frozen for preparation of Ubuntu 10.10 Fixing Community […]

Ubuntu Open Week, request for instructors

Hi everyone, Here at Ubuntu we love to give training sessions over IRC. Since Developer and App Developer Week cover the more advanced end of the spectrum we have something for normal users — Ubuntu Open Week: If you look at the last schedule you’ll see that there’s still some pretty development focused sessions […]

Announcing this week's Bug Day target – Upgrade Bugs! – TUESDAY, 14 September 2010!

This week’s Bug Day target is *drum roll please* upgrade bugs! The task is to assign to the right package and triage those as well: 166 package installation bugs need a hug 49 new bugs in update-manager need a hug too Bookmark it, add it to your calendars, turn over those egg-timers! Tuesday, 14 September […]

Meet Jon Sackett

Jon Sackett joined the Launchpad Registry team a couple of weeks ago. Here’s a quick run-down of who he is. Matthew: What do you do on the Launchpad team? Jon: I’m part of the Registry team; we maintain the people, teams and projects bits and pieces used by all the other parts of Launchpad. Right […]

New Ubuntu Lucid Proposed Kernel

The Ubuntu kernel team has prepared a new proposed kernel for Lucid (2.6.32-25.43), containing a large number of fixes. This is a larger number of updates than we would usually push at one time, but processing of the upstream stable updates was delayed by a couple of security updates. This kernel should fix a lot […]