The LugRadio Live USA 2008 organisation continues apace, and we have some more speakers to announce: Miguel de Icaza (GNOME / Mono / Novell) Aaron Bockover (Banshee / Novell) Allison Randal (Perl / Parrot) Danese Cooper (Intel / OSI) Belinda Lopez (Ubuntu) Ian McKellar (Songbird) Eddy Mulyono (Packaging RPM/Debs) This is in addition to our […]
Well, I just discovered that the majority of comments for jonobacon.org were being held in a moderation queue for the last four months – it seems my anti-spam filter was being a bit urgent. I have just approved over 400 comments – how annoying that this happened. Sorry about that folks. Normal service should be […]
Well, it seems Langridge has clocked up another year. Happy Birthday to him. Everyone should buy him a pie or something. Oh wait… I wonder if he will be wearing his lucky red suit for his birthday, the one he loves at Christmas time: Kept that one quiet didn’t you, Langridge? Happy Birthday, pal.
“We will introduce Linux every time we have to replace a desktop computer,” he said, “so this year we expect to change 5,000-8,000 to Ubuntu and then 12,000-15,000 over the next four years so that every desktop uses the Linux operating system by 2013-2014.“ The world domination continues…
Some quickies for you: I bought a Dell M1330. Unfortunately I put in the order a week before the Ubuntu availability was announced, so I did not get an Ubuntu pre-installed one. Not that it mattered, I never even booted Vista – Gutsy was on there quicker than you can say “they drink it in […]
LugRadio Live USA 2008 is coming… Go to LugRadio Live USA 2008, 12-13 April, San Francisco! Watch this, then spread the word! Can’t see the vid? Click here. Go submit your papers too, potential speakers.
Well, the three other large gents and I are beavering away on LugRadio Live USA 2008 which happens on the 12th and 13th April 2008 at The Metreon in San Francisco, and I have two exciting bits of information to report. Firstly, we have our first set of confirmed speakers. They are: Jeremy Allison (Samba […]
The latest Ubuntu Teams Report is out! This months report is crammed full of updates on work done by people involved with the Community Council, IRC Team, Kubuntu, Mobile Team, MOTU, Server Team, Technical Board, Ubuntu Studio, US LoCo Teams Project, Ubuntu Women, Full Circle Magazine and the Installer. If your team is not involved […]