Join us this Today at 1800 UTC for Ubuntu on Air

Last cycle we decided to just hang out after a release, and we had such a good time and learned so much from our guests that we’re doing it again!

Hosts: Jose Antonio Rey, Jorge Castro, Benjamin Kerensa, and Alan Pope


  • Barton George from Dell will be dropping by to talk a little bit about Project Sputnik, Dell’s new developer laptop initiative.
  • Steve Langasek from the Canonical Foundations team will be answering secure-boot related questions, and explaining what’s going on in this space.
  • Leann Ogasawara, Canonical Kernel Team – For all your kernel-related questions.
  • Chris VanHoof, Canonical Hardware Enablement Team – Chris will answer all your hardware questions, including how we roll with nVidia, Intel, and AMD.
  • Robert Carr, Canonical Web Applications Team – Robert will be answering all your questions about web applications.
  • Brian Murray, Ubuntu Defect Analyst, Foundations – Brian will be available to talk about how the Ubuntu teams manages your bug reports.
  • Michael Hall from the Ubuntu Community Team is going to talk about application developers, the application contest, and what it takes to judge 140+ new pieces of software for Ubuntu.
  • …. and of course Jono Bacon, the Ubuntu Community Manager will drop by to answer general questions you might have about Ubuntu and his latest project, Ubuntu Accomplishments!

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