Monthly Archives: December 2005

Asia Business Tour Ready to Roll

This past fall Jeff Waugh toured around North American and Europe in a grueling Badger Badger Badger Tour, bringing the spirit of Ubuntu to any LUG and LocoTeam willing to listen. The sabdfl has just announced his intent to expand the Ubuntu touring concept by visiting Asia and the surrounding area with the Asia Business […]

UDN – Issue #1

Vincent Untz, perennial GNOME hacker and a member of the Desktop Team has published the first issue of the Ubuntu Desktop News (UDN). Highlights include gconf and rhythmbox improvements, Michael Vogt’s slick new click-and-install .deb tool, gdebi, and shots of the new logout window prototype. Vincent caps off the first issue an interview with the […]

Heavy Metal for Human Beings

September 2004: Ubuntu 4.10 Preview launched to rave reviews. By all accounts, it was a smashing desktop… But deep underneath lay the foundations of a server powerhouse, waiting to be unleashed. April 2005: Ubuntu 5.04 ships with an minimal server profile option on the installation CD. A growing number of server administrators are realising the […]

Flight CD 2 Released

Flight CD 2 is ready. This is the second in a series of milestone CD images that will be released throughout the Dapper development cycle, as images that are known to be reasonably free of showstopper CD-build or installer bugs, while representing very current snapshots of Dapper. You can download it from the following locations. […]

MOTU School Lecture Coming Up

Just a friendly reminder that the first live MOTU School series will be taking place the 10th of December at 1770 UTC on #ubuntu-motu-school on Andrew Mitchell (ajmitch) will be chairing the session “Packaging without debhelper and/or CDBS”. Andrew is a Debian Developer and MOTU, and will be focusing on the raw guts of […]