The tremendous potential for online music portability and sharing has resulted in several software giants coming out with musical applications for web based music storage and sharing. And the best part is that they do not charge you for using these services. The biggest of such services available today is of course Google Music or Music Beta as it is officially known is now available to Ubuntu users.
blog.jospoortvliet: Besides the positive things, there's some less nice stuff to talk about. On the other side of the web, I kept discussing Harmony with Allison (Canonical) until I asked something and got no response anymore.
ubuntin.wordpress: Today took place the CRUO, one of the main Robotics competitions in Spain, organized by the University of Oviedo.
- Full Circle 51 has arrived!
- Ubuntu takes UFOs to the cloud
ubuntuvibes.com: A new update to Unity 2D brings it almost at par with Unity 3D as now both have same shared settings. Unity 2D now uses GTK3 rendering and also new indicators. In last few days, Ubuntu 11.10 also received many other updates.
junauza.com: If you are planning to purchase an affordable but capable Ubuntu-powered laptop, here are some nice ones you can add to your wish list:
skolelinux.org/pere: While at Debconf11, I have several times during discussions mentioned the issues I believe should be improved in Debian for its desktop to be useful for more people. The use case for this is my parents, which are currently running Kubuntu which solve the issues.
- Ubuntu dressed in cheap elastic support, sent out in public
- A retrospective of the first year of Ask Ubuntu
- Ubuntu 11.10 Development update
- IDE for Ubuntu
thepcspy.com: Let's say you want to improve Ubuntu by contributing a patch but if that project is covered by the Canonical Contributor Agreement, you'll need to sign over some of your rights. People have been arguing about this for a while now but why does Canonical need it in the first place?