- Canonical releases Ubuntu 10.04 LTS release candidate
- Mythbuntu 10.04 RC is out
- Ubuntu server OS 10.4 set to ship
- It's almost Lynx time
- Ubuntu 10.04 – An Extremely Simple Operating System
- Near Perfect Ubuntu Desktop
- Appearance Changes: Ubuntu 10.04 vs Ubuntu 9.10
- Ubuntu Thoughts
- Ubuntu 10.04 LTS: Now with uTunes! (review)
- Open vs. Closed: Ubuntu Walks the Line
- Canonical open sources Launchpad and Ubuntu Single Sign On code
- Canonical to Roll Out Independent Certified Professional Certification
makeuseof.com: This morning I woke up and checked my email. There were 13 messages. Though this isn’t overwhelming enough, I needed to monitor the ice hockey pool I moderate, check Twitter, Google Voice, and several messages left on my IM program. This is the cardinal problem for modern computer users: too many inboxes.
phoronix.com: Ubuntu 10.04 LTS is set to be released next Thursday and a release candidate is poised to be released tomorrow, but there's some last minute problems within the Lucid Lynx camp.
markshuttleworth.com: When we set up Project Ayatana to improve the usability of the whole desktop, we called it Ayatana because we were focused on the “sphere of consciousness”, one’s awareness of what’s going on outside of the current application.
jonathancarter.co.za: Edubuntu 10.04 is due for release on the 29th of April. It’s just about finished and tomorrow’s daily build should be pretty close to the actual release.
humphreybc.wordpress: The Ubuntu Manual Team have decided on their goals for the Maverick Meerkat 10.10 release at the end of this year.
tannerhelland.com: For the last couple years, life has been good. Every time I’ve shown you to a friend or family member, they’ve compared you to what they’re familiar with – Windows XP or Vista, mostly – and by comparison you’ve looked brilliant. But recently, things have changed.
dorianpula.ca: I asked people for their recommendations for a good KDE4 Linux distribution. Well after a bit of thought I decided that I would move away from Kubuntu to openSUSE. Why the change?
A new version of "What to do after installing Ubuntu? Run this script!" has been released. The script now has an actual name: "Ubuntu 10.04 Start".