Post-Holiday Catch Up

We hope everyone had a safe and prosperous holidays. Now that we’re all done stuffing ourselves from our real fridges, it’s time to catch up on what’s been going on in Ubuntu land.

  • Ben Collins is looking for AMD64 volunteers to help test the new SMP/Uniprocessor kernels.
  • Daniel Holbach has posted the latest Desktop Team minutes.
  • Alain Perry was wondering if there was a list of “Love Tasks” that volunteers could contribute for desktop specific tasks. Sebastien Bacher was happy to provide a nice TODO list of desktop work. Also, don’t be afraid to stop by #ubuntu-desktop on freenode.
  • Linux Journal has a thorough review of Jeff Waugh’s BadgerBadgerBadgerTour appearance in Toronto, Canada. (Lots of good Ubuntu stuff here).
  • Corey Burger pointed out that the wiki could use some help, check out their TODO page for some low hanging fruit.
  • Erast Benson from the Nexenta (an Ubuntu derivate using the OpenSolaris kernel) team has posted a small update on their progress porting the GNOME System Tools to their system.
  • Dennis Kaarsemaker keeps us updated with the latest Community Council minutes. This week saw Lucas Nussbaum and Irvin Piraman join the Ubuntu Team. Welcome!


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