Monthly Archives: May 2008

More efficient membership approval process

The Community Council has recently implemented some changes to community governance processes which it believes reflect a significant improvement in one area of community governance: applications for Ubuntu membership. The Ubuntu project is rapidly expanding and the previous process for approval of new Ubuntu members has been struggling to keep up with the increased participation. […]

Weekly Newsletter #92

The Ubuntu Weekly Newsletter, Issue 92 for the weeks May 18th – May 24th, 2008 is now available. In this issue we cover: Ubuntu Developer Summit Intrepid Ibex, Ubuntu Live canceled, new Ubuntu Membership Approval Boards to meet, new Ubuntu Universe Contributors, a new Launchpad podcast, and much, much more! UDS Intrepid Ibex Ubuntu Live […]

Hardy party in Tehran!

Mehdi Hassanpour from the Iranian team, reports that the Iranian Team held a Hardy party yesterday, in Tehran. With more than 50 people in attendance, inspite of looming university examinations, it definitely made a great day for the Team. They had the following presentations : – Ubuntu Installation, – Kubuntu 3.5 Tour, – KDE 4 […]

Ubuntu Developer Channel

The Ubuntu Developer Channel on YouTube has gone live – a site that will be stuffed full of videos about Ubuntu development. To kick off the channel, Tony Whitmore will be doing interviews throughout UDS this week. The first couple are with James Westby of bzr fame and Jono Bacon. Keep an eye on the […]

Weekly Newsletter #91

The Ubuntu Weekly Newsletter, Issue 91 for the weeks May 11 – May 17, 2008 is now available. In this issue we cover: OpenSSL/OpenSSH vulnerability, FOSSCamp 2008 Prague, The Art of Release(Mark Shuttleworth), 5-a-day and Loco teams, Linux distro Smack Down(Podcast), Metalinks, what are those?, Ubuntu on Berlin metro system, Ubuntu featured in Vermist(Movie), and […]