Monthly Archives: October 2010

Ubuntu Cloud Community needs You

“I’m interested in Ubuntu and the cloud, how do I get involved” is a question I got a few times already. I thought it would be a good idea to answer this as a blog post. I believe one of the very first things you’d want to do, is to make sure you’re on the […]

Call for votes: Vacant Developer Membership Board seat

The Developer Membership Board has started a vote to fill the vacant position. The Developer Membership Board is responsible for reviewing and approving new Ubuntu developers. It evaluates prospective Ubuntu developers and decides when to entrust them with developer privileges. The vote closes at Friday, 2010-11-05 23:59 UTC. Ballots got mailed to all members of […]

Emmet Hikory replaces Richard Johnson on Ubuntu Community Council

Due to a range of other commitments, Richard Johnson has stepped down from the Ubuntu Community Council. The current members of the CC want to thank Richard Johnson for all the work he put into Ubuntu Governance. He will be missed. Everybody wishes him all the best on his next endeavors. Emmet Hikory is replacing […]

Ubuntu Weekly Newsletter Issue 214

Welcome to the Ubuntu Weekly Newsletter. This is Issue #214 for the week October 11th, 2010 – October 16th, 2010 and is available in full here. In this issue we cover: Improving The Ubuntu Weekly Newsletter Survey Translators: you are awesome and you should be proud of it Enabling Automatic Bug Expiry Unity and uTouch […]