Monthly Archives: July 2007

FAQs in Launchpad and more new features

Every project has frequently asked questions. Now, with the release of Launchpad 1.1.7, the Answer Tracker makes it easy to create and find answers to Ubuntu’s most common questions. There are two ways to use FAQ in the Answer Tracker: You’re looking for help: you can search and browse FAQ answers to find help with […]

Starting the Ubuntu Training Community

At the end of November 2007, Canonical will launch the first official Ubuntu desktop training courses. There will be two courses – one instructor led, two days in a classroom and the other will be a web based e-learning format, following the same contents as the instructor led. The material for the instructor led course […]

Weekly News: Issue #48

Welcome to the Ubuntu Weekly Newsletter, Issue #48 for the week July 8th – July 14th, 2007 is now available. In this issue we cover the imminent release of the next Gutsy Gibbon alpha release, Tribe 3. Mark Shuttleworth also brings us some some fresh open alternatives with Gobuntu and a proposal for a pure […]

Weekly News: Issue #47

Issue #47 for the week June 24th – July 7th, 2007 is now available. This issue features two weeks of news packed into one great issue. Gutsy Gibbon 7.10 has passed the second alpha release, and is starting to look like we’re going to have another amazing release. We have quiet some new members and […]

Edubuntu in the news!

Edubuntu at Technology In Education Conference The Colorado Local Community Team manned a Canonical/Ubuntu booth at the Technology in Education Conference in Copper Mountain. The general consensus was that the Ubuntu session turned out to be “the cool session” amongst all of the conference attendees for that day, nearly one thousand classroom teachers, administrators and […]