Monthly Archives: September 2006

Ubuntu Weekly News # 13

Issue 13 of Ubuntu Weekly News has been published and features: News of Upstart, the new Kubuntu Community Coordinator, the Kubuntu support team and a new Ubuntu theme in Edgy. The latest security updates. Gnome 2.16 going into Edgy Ubuntu. KDE 4 going into Edgy Kubuntu. LTSP updates in Edubuntu. Feature of the Week – […]

Your PIC; Edubuntu or Windows?

Yes PIC, as in Personal Internet Communicator. A PIC is an inexpensive computer created by AMD, running a stripped down version of Windows CE. Now, 2 years after its initial release, there is a second-generation of the PIC available and the Computer and Peripheral Testing Laboratory, in the Thailand Science Park near Bangkok University, has […]

Magyarországi Ubuntu Konferencia 2006

Our friends in the Hungarian Ubuntu community are hosting the Hungarian Ubuntu Conference (Magyarországi Ubuntu Konferencia) on 28 October 2006, in Budapest. With a mix of Hungarian and English language speakers, this is a great chance for Hungarian and international Ubuntu fans to get together in one of Europe’s beautiful old cities. Hungarian speakers: Attila […]

You're fired! Mark S in The Apprentice?

Ever wondered how the business-world looks at Ubuntu? Our pals at Canonical, including Mark Shuttleworth and Jane Silber, have been speaking to Forbes, the American business magazine. You probably won't learn anything all that new about the distro, but there are some interesting snippets, such as: Shuttleworth tried out in early 2005 for the Donald […]

Launchpad news – Edgy translations now open in Rosetta

It’s been a busy three weeks for Launchpad! The latest Launchpad news is available at: Highlights include: Bug tracking: new features include three new filtering options. Translations: Edgy translations have now opened in Rosetta, based on a billion uploaded templates and translations! Translations: Rosetta now records the name of the most recent person to […]