Author Archives: José Antonio Rey

Reminder: Call for Ubuntu Community Council Nominations

The Community Council is still looking for nominees for the upcoming election. We will be filling all seven seats this term, with terms lasting two years. To be eligible, a nominee must be an Ubuntu Member. Ideally, they should have a vast understanding of the Ubuntu community, be well-organized, and be a natural leader. The […]

Call for Ubuntu Community Council nominations

The Community Council is looking for nominees for the upcoming election. We will be filling all seven seats this term, with terms lasting two years. To be eligible, a nominee must be an Ubuntu Member. Ideally, they should have a vast understanding of the Ubuntu community, be well-organized, and be a natural leader. The work […]

Announcing Ubuntu’s move to Libera Chat

Hello all, As many of you might have heard, the freenode IRC network changed management a couple of days ago, in what I personally identify as a hostile takeover. As part of that, the Ubuntu IRC Council, supported by the Community Council, published a resolution suggesting the move to Libera Chat. The former IRC Council […]

Call for Nomination: Local Communities Research Committee

The Community Council has concluded that we need a new evaluation of the Ubuntu Local Communities project itself and this should be done by a Local Communities Research Committee. You can read the thoughts behind this call and what we are looking for on the Community Hub: https://discourse.ubuntu.com/t/local-communities-research-committee/20186 If you think you can and want […]

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 […]