Monthly Archives: July 2009

Mozilla packaging techniques (extensions, patchsystems, bzr)

Tomorrow at 30th July, 06:00 UTC Alexander Sack (asac) from the Ubuntu Mozilla Team will give a session on the techniques they use for packaging Mozilla packages. He will cover packaging of extensions, and how they make use of bzr to co-ordinate their work. Join us in #ubuntu-classroom on [Discuss this Packaging Training Session […]

Free Books For Approved LoCo Teams

Recently I have been talking to Prentice Hall, the rather spanky-awesome publishers of The Official Ubuntu Book by Mako, Matthew Helmke and Corey Burger, and the brand new Official Ubuntu Server Book by our friend and yours, Kyle Rankin and Mako. These books were commissioned by Debra Williams-Cauley who has been awesome getting them on […]

Ubuntu Weekly Newsletter #152

Welcome to the Ubuntu Weekly Newsletter, Issue #152 for the week July 19th – July 25th, 2009 is available. In this issue we cover: * Karmic Alpha 3 released * Launchpad is now open source * Ubuntu Stats * Ubuntu-US-NY is now an approved LoCo Team * Focusing on the Launchpad UI * Answer contacts […]

Karmic Alpha 3 released

Welcome to Karmic Koala Alpha-3, which will in time become Ubuntu 9.10. Pre-releases of Karmic are *not* encouraged for anyone needing a stable system or anyone who is not comfortable running into occasional, even frequent breakage. They are, however, recommended for Ubuntu developers and those who want to help in testing, reporting, and fixing bugs. […]

Packaging Perl Modules

After the session from the Mono team last week we have our friends from the Debian Perl team joining us to give you details on packaging Perl modules and how to get involved with their team. gwolf and jawnsy will present the session in #ubuntu-classroom on at 23rd July, 00:00 UTC. [Discuss this Packaging […]