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Ubuntu Podcast from the UK LoCo: S09E00 – Topical Solution - Ubuntu Podcast
It’s Episode Zero of Season Nine of the Ubuntu Podcast! Alan Pope, Mark Johnson, Laura Cowen and Martin Wimpress are connected and speaking to your brain. We’re back! And we’re going to be back every week starting Thursday 3rd March 2016!! In this week’s show we give a quick run-down of all the news that happened while we were away… Debian founder Ian Murdock died at just 42 years old. A music track was copied to /dev/null 100 times a second to make a point. The Playstation 4 was hacked to run Linux. FirefoxOS on the phone was killed off. Alphabet, Google’s parent company, became the world’s most valuable company. Jolla closed the book on the tablet VTech decided to teach kids early-on that security is a nice-to-have. Everyone started encrypting with Let’s Encrypt Google, HP & Oracle joined RISC-V, to create an open source alternative to ARM & MIPS The Australian government recommended switching off 2-factor authentication while on holiday Ubuntu App Explorer ...
Feb 18 2016 via RSS  

  
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Aurélien Gâteau: GitHub lock-in?

There has been a lot of noise recently on how GitHub is bad, and how developers should stop using it. GitHub is proprietary, therefore it is evil Most of GitHub is proprietary. That is true, but GitHub is, in my opinion, an "ethical" proprietary software company, if such thing can exist: They have been running an open-core based, sustainable business model from day 1: you get most features for free, you pay for some of them (private repositories, self-hosted instances...). They do not rely on ad...
Feb 19 2016 via RSS  

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The Fridge: Ubuntu 14.04.4 LTS released

The Ubuntu team is pleased to announce the release of Ubuntu 14.04.4 LTS (Long-Term Support) for its Desktop, Server, Cloud, and Core products, as well as other flavours of Ubuntu with long-term support. We have expanded our hardware enablement offering since 12.04, and with 14.04.4, this point release contains an updated kernel and X stack for new installations to support new hardware across all ...
Feb 18 2016 via RSS  

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Jono Bacon: The Hybrid Desktop

OK, folks, I want to share a random idea that cropped up after a long conversation with Langridge a few weeks back. This is merely food for thought and designed to trigger some discussion. Today my c...
Feb 1 2016 via RSS  

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Jonathan Riddell: FOSDEM Photos

KDE people getting to know our Gnome friends. The Gnome chap gave me a bit hug just after so it must have gone well whatever they were talking about. Ruphy on WikiToLearn one of the more stylish sp...
Jan 31 2016 via RSS  

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Lubuntu Blog: Box theme 0.58

A new re-merge with Ubuntu Themes has been done, providing Lubuntu of the following features to the GTK3 theme: revamped Unity controls improved theme file structure removed unnecessary objects adde...
Jan 21 2016 via RSS  

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Paul White: My Ubuntu year - 2015

When I was looking back on my contributions to Ubuntu during 2015, I thought that although there have been some significant changes I'm still involved with answering occasional posts on the Ubuntu For...
Jan 3 2016 via RSS  

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Ubuntu Podcast from the UK LoCo: S08E41 – Santa with Muscles - Ubuntu Podcast

It’s Episode Forty-one of Season Eight of the Ubuntu Podcast! Alan Pope, Mark Johnson, Laura Cowen and Martin Wimpress and are connected and speaking to your brain. In this week’s show… We look...
Dec 17 2015 via RSS  

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Matthias Klumpp: AppStream/DEP-11 fully supported in Debian now!

Back in 2011, when the AppStream meeting in Nürnberg had just happened, I published the DEP-11 (Debian Extension Project 11) draft together with Michael Vogt and Julian Andres Klode, as an approach t...
Dec 14 2015 via RSS  

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Walter Lapchynski: mass subscriptions

As you may be aware, Lubuntu is transitioning from GTK to Qt graphics libraries, which means a transition from LXDE to LXQt. Same people, more or less, just different libs. Of course, every component ...
Dec 12 2015 via RSS  


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