adventuresinoss.com: I noticed today on Mark Shuttleworth’s blog that he was announcing the “Heads Up Display” (HUD). However, there were a couple of things about his post that bothered me.
zdnet.com: Following on the heels of changing its interface from the GNOME 3.x shell to Unity, Ubuntu is proposing a new, radical change to the desktop Linux interface: Head-Up Display.
omgubuntu.co.uk: The contest runs an open submission process that allows anyone to submit their own photographic and illustrated wallpapers to a public pool on social networking Flickr.
technologytales.com: First impressions revealed a polished Unity interface that ran without any crashes. Adding VirtualBox’s Guest Additions in the usual way was all that was needed to tart up the experience even more. However, there remains a wish list.
dwasifar.com: Well, I’m surprised to find myself using an Ubuntu distro again. I’ve been using Linux Mint for almost everything these days, but like everything else in the Ubuntu/Debian family, Mint has been pulled in multiple directions. The next logical step was to try Xubuntu.
- Ubuntu 12.04 Development update
- Full Circle Podcast Episode 28 A Year in Comedy
- Unity’s Dash to Ditch Giant Shortcuts
thevarguy.com: Granted, it’s not too surprising that there are so many variants of Ubuntu. What’s more interesting to consider than the number of Ubuntu variants is the role they play in the broader channel.
h-online.com: Canonical has announced that it has decided not to push empty versions of the Oracle's Sun Java JDK packages into their partner repositories for Ubuntu 10.04 LTS, 10.10 and 11.04. The company will now only remove the packages from the repository.
zdnet.com.au: The Linux operating system and other open software projects are under threat because they've failed to develop the sympathy for users manifested by companies such as Apple, according to luminary Bruce Perens.
lostinopensource.wordpress: Ubuntu the brand, and Canonical as a company, is seriously confusing to me. What exactly is it there for, outside of being the backing for the Ubuntu distro?