Author Archives: boredandblogging

Announcing the Next Ubuntu Bug Day! – August 19th 2010

This week’s Bug Day target is *drum roll please* Banshee! 72 New bugs need a hug 15 Incompletes bugs need a status check 19 Confirmed bugs need a review Bookmark it, add it to your calendars, turn over those egg-timers! Thursday 19th August 2010 Are you looking for a way to start giving some […]

Ubuntu Translations Interviews: Ricardo Pérez (Spanish Translation Team)

Ubuntu is brought to users in their own language by a large community of volunteer translators, who tirelessly work on localizing every part of the operating system on every release. In this series of interviews we’ll get to know who they are, about their language and how they work. This week we’re introducing you to […]

Multi-touch Support Lands in Maverick

Canonical is pleased to announce the release of uTouch 1.0, Ubuntu’s multi-touch and gesture stack. With Ubuntu 10.10 (the Maverick Meerkat), users and developers will have an end-to-end touch-screen framework — from the kernel all the way through to applications. Our multi-touch team has worked closely with the Linux kernel and communities to improve […]

Feature Freeze in place for Ubuntu 10.10 (Maverick Meerkat)

The Feature Freeze is now in effect for Maverick. The focus from here until release is on fixing bugs and polishing. If you believe that a new package, a new upstream version of a package, or a new feature is needed for the release and will not introduce more problems than it fixes, please follow […]

Talking about Ubuntu Studio with Scott Lavender, Project Lead for Ubuntu Studio

Have you ever wanted to know more about some of the Ubuntu derivative distributions? In this interview we look at Ubuntu Studio with Scott Lavender Ubuntu Member and Project Lead for the Ubuntu Studio Project. Amber Graner: Scott can you tell readers a little about yourself and how long you have been involved with Ubuntu […]