Category Archives: App Development

Ubuntu Technical Board Call For Nominations

The Ubuntu Technical Board is responsible for the technical direction of Ubuntu. It makes decisions on package selection, packaging policy, installation systems and processes, kernel, X server, display management, library versions, and dependencies. The board works with relevant teams to establish a consensus on the right path to take, especially where diverse elements of Ubuntu […]

Empowering LoCo teams at UDS

The challenge With Ubuntu now running across all form factors and devices and entering the mobile space, a new era begins. While our values remain the same, we’ve now faced with a unique opportunity to drive adoption of our favourite Free Software OS to a user base that could potentially be one or two orders […]

Ubuntu SDK Days: Day 2 is just around the corner

  We had a spectacular response to the Ubuntu SDK Days yesterday. Lots of people showed up, asked their questions and found out how their app for Ubuntu might work best. Today, Friday 15th March, is Day 2 of the event and we have a great set of speakers lined up for today: 15:00 UTC: […]

First Ubuntu SDK Days kick off today

Today, 14th March 2013, will be the first day of our first ever Ubuntu SDK Days. During the event our Ubuntu SDK maintainers and app authors will talk you through how to get started building great apps for Ubuntu. Let’s have a look at the timetable and see what’s happening today. 15:00 UTC: Keynote – […]

Reminder: Call for new ARB members

It’s time for a recruiting round for the Application Review Board, as “we have 4 seats open yet out of the 7 seats”. If you’re interested, please send a quick email to the team mailing list (app-review-board at lists.ubuntu.com) by latest January 14th, and we’ll walk you through the details of signing up. Mandatory requirement […]

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