Monthly Archives: January 2012

Ubuntu Developer Week: 31st January-2nd February

It’s everybody’s second-most favourite time of the release again. No, not the actual release, but it’s Ubuntu Developer Week! Join us from Tuesday, 31st January 2012 to Thursday, 2nd February 2012 for three action-packed days full of tutorial and hands-on session all around Ubuntu development. We spared no efforts to bring you a very diverse […]

Planet Ubuntu Update

Dear Ubuntu Community, During UDS-P, it was brought to the attention of the Community Council that blogs being syndicated to Planet Ubuntu included former Ubuntu Member blogs. In order to update the what Planet Ubuntu aggregates to the public, the Community Council, with the help of Alan Bell, compared the Planet Ubuntu Blog list with […]

Looking for PHP Developers to assist with forums upgrade

The Ubuntu Community is looking for a PHP/OpenID hero to help us in a bit of a bind we have on the forums. The forums need a branding update, as well as an update to the vbulletin software we are running. Unfortunately Vbulletin doesn’t support openid(!). Let us please not bring alternates to Vb into […]

New Forum Council Members

As some of you may have noticed some of the FC members have become less active over the last few months. As a result we have asked cariboo907, coffeecat, and overdrank to replace the less active members bapoumba, jdong, and Joeb454. I would like to thank bapoumba, jdong, and Joeb45 for their service and dedication […]

Ubuntu 12.04 Development update

Development Update Welcome back everyone after the holiday break. Since we spoke the last time, there has lots been happening. By now we only have 14 weeks left until Ubuntu 12.04 a.k.a. Precise Pangolin, another LTS release gets out the door. In the meantime we have passed January 12th, where we reached the Debian Import […]