Archive › April, 2010

Thank You Everyone For Ubuntu 10.04

Today we released Ubuntu 10.04 Lucid Lynx, available in Desktop, Server, and Netbook editions. Lucid is a phenomenal release that has brought a new finesse and shine to what we as a community have worked together to achieve. I see this finesse executed in a fantastic array of features (which you can read about here), […]

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Community Leadership Summit 2010

Folks, I just wanted to remind you that the Community Leadership Summit 2010 is happening on the 17th and 18th July 2010 (the weekend before OSCON) in Portland, Oregon. This is the second incarnation of the popular event designed to bring together community leaders and managers and the projects and organizations that are interested in […]

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London And San Francisco Release Parties

Not long until the release now, and on Thursday there are two release parties I really want to be at, but I can only make one. So…I figured I would share them here so you folks can get along. London Release Party – taking place at Davy’s at St James’ Winebar – More Information. San […]

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Let’s Make Ubuntu a Trending Topic

On Thursday we release Ubuntu 10.04 Lucid Lynx and I have one simple dream for that day: I want to make Ubuntu a trending topic on Twitter. …I know, I know, we should all use, and indeed, I do. Twitter though represents a huge opportunity to socialize the new Ubuntu release with a huge […]

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Lucid Community Team Review

One thing I have been working hard to continue to grow and refine with each cycle is how I manage my team at Canonical, the projects that we are working on, and how we coordinate ours and other projects with the wider community. As I have focused on improving this project management approach, I have […]

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Change I Can Believe In

When I started out on my Open Source adventure, my desktop looked like this: Today, it looks like this: Wow. That is all.

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Ubuntu Power Users Community

As Ubuntu continues to grow and refine, particularly in bringing excellence in design to the platform, there has been some concern in some parts of the community that it is less attuned to power users who want to tweak many aspects of the system than it once was. I agree. That in my mind is […]

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Ubuntu/Launchpad Single Sign On Now Open Source

I just wanted to share some good news. Some time back we made Launchpad available as Open Source, and we have gone on to see a wonderful and thriving Launchpad development community flourish there. One component in particular that was not made available as Open Source, was the Canonical Identity Provider which is used by […]

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Live Ubuntu/Community Videocast Today – Be There!

Just a quick note: as usual, I will be running my weekly Ubuntu and Community live videocast – At Home With Jono Bacon. It takes place today Wed 22st April 2010 at 11am Pacific / 2pm Eastern / 7pm UK / 8pm CET. Today the schedule is: Ubuntu Release Parties Update Ubuntu 10.04 Lucid Lynx […]

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Ubuntu Women World Play Day Competition!

Everything you need to know is here!

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