Archive › April, 2008

Ubuntu Open Week is here!

Ladies and Gentleman, boys and girls, its here again – the glorious joy that is Ubuntu Open Week. Ubuntu Open Week is a week of IRC tutorial sessions that span a range of different topics and areas about how to contribute to Ubuntu. It is an excellent opportunity to learn how to get involved in […]

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Hardy Is Here

Well, its finally here – today we released Ubuntu 8.04 LTS, known affectionately as the Hardy Heron. Its out there, go and download it, order a CD, or otherwise taste our latest release. When a new release of Ubuntu comes out, I always feel an enormous sense of pride with what our community has achieved, […]

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debian at the email address known as ubuntu dot com

I just wanted to let those involved in the Debian project know about something. We are always trying to learn more about our relationship with Debian and determine ways of ensuring it is as smooth and as productive as possible. As with every relationship, there are high and low points, and I would like to […]

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LugRadio Live and Hardy Time!

I haven’t had much time to blog – work has been insanely busy recently. LugRadio Live USA 2008 was an utter blast – everyone seemed to have a great time, and it was a lot of fun. Thanks so much to everyone who helped with the organisation and thanks so much to Google, Dice, LinuxQuestions […]

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LugRadio Live USA 2008 Evening Social Events

LugRadio Live USA 2008 is THIS WEEKEND! 35+ Speakers. 40+ Exhibitors. A man in a thong. Lots of fun. Its gonna be great, and it is only $10 for the whole shebang. You can still pre-register and win prizes! Now, some details about the social events in the evenings… For those of you getting in […]

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Rock on, Ed

In the latest in an increasingly long line of amusing metal related videos, I bring you this: Can’t see it? Click here. (lots of naughty words, if that offends you, don’t watch it) Very amusing. Thanks to Klepas for letting me know about this.

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OK, here is another round-up of quick things going: Ubuntu Release Parties! – we are heading to release, so why not celebrate the release of Ubuntu and party it hard? Check out this guide to setting one up. You gotta fight for your right to party! FossCamp is coming, and it is going too be […]

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Ubuntu Live

I am pleased to see that Ubuntu Live registration just opened! Last year, Ubuntu Live was a great first incarnation of the conference, and was incredibly productive and useful, and this year it is sure to be even better. This year is more diverse, jammed with a range of topics from community to business to […]

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As work begins on the new project it struck me just how easy it is to build a collaborative framework these days. It is simple to get people working together on documents, on strategy, developing plans, sharing email, sharing tasks and more. As we try to figure out the future of our desktop, we absolutely […]

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Ba-dum Tish!

You know what, learning death metal drumming is a pretty intense process. It requires an insane amount of investment – physical training and workouts, regular practise, creative focus, constantly learning from your fave drummers. Well, recently I felt I hit a new milestone in the process with a recording we (Seraphidian) did the other day […]

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