Awesome Unity Contributions

Unity is a key piece of Ubuntu, and the Unity experience in Ubuntu 12.04 is shaping up to be fantastic across Desktop, TV, and Android.

Yesterday Mike blogged asking for contributors to improve our Quicklist support in the most popular apps in Ubuntu. Within the same day he had a number of awesome contributions made as a response.

I just wanted to offer thanks to our new rock-stars Nekhelesh Ramananthan, Trenton Fox, Prateek Karandikar, and David Baucum who were the first folks to make contributions. Thanks for making the Ubuntu experience even smoother and more integrated.

Mike has since blogged sharing the other most popular apps that need Quicklists; be sure to help if you can…you don’t need to be a coder to contribute. Find out how to contribute here. You can get help for how to participate in #ubuntu-unity on Freenode IRC, and feel free to ask questions in the comments here and Mike and I will help.

You folks will be hearing more and more from Mike over the coming weeks and months about ways in which everyone can help to make Ubuntu that little bit more streamlined, integrated, and enjoyable. Our community is our backbone, and thanks again to Nekhelesh, Trenton, Prateek, and David for being such great examples of this.

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    Unity comes first of all from joint contributions to society. The importance of assessing one’s contributions to the country, adding that everyone should be racing to take part in accomplishing some of the country’s developmental plans.

  • Lucas Betschart

    For making contributing as a developer easier they should update the documentation. Adding information about how to compile on 12.04, whats the best way to tests your changes, structure of Unity etc.