Tracking Ubuntu Community Issues

Recently Melissa wrote a post about how we track problems with community, and how she feels that blogging about community problems is a reasonable approach. As part of her post she says: Blogging about problems we see in our community should be seen as a good thing,...

VMWare: Rock and Roll

In a world where most companies would give their hind teeth to get your email address into their marketing database, it was refreshing to see this from VMWare: Thank you for your past interest in VMware. As part of our routine scheduled maintenance, we will be...

Ubuntu Free Culture Showcase Deadline Draws Near

Just a quick note to you lovely folks that the Ubuntu Free Culture Showcase, a competition to have your audio, video or imagery included on millions of Ubuntu systems, has it’s deadline drawing near on 16th July 2009. If you know some creative types who you...

Learn How To Run a Jam

Recently we announced to epic Ubuntu Global Jam that is set to go down from 2nd – 4th Oct 2009. In this event hundreds of Ubuntu fans and contributors get together in their local area to work on Ubuntu, get to know each other and just have a big ‘ol barrel...

The Ubuntu Global Jam

In the last few cycles we have organized and run an event called the Ubuntu Global Bug Jam. The idea was simple: encourage our awesome global Ubuntu community to get together in the same room to find, triage and fix bugs. And they did, all over the world, as can be...