GNOME Video Editor 'PiTiVi' is to be removed from the default application set in Ubuntu 11.10, the outcome of a discussion at UDS has decided.
'LightDM' will replace the standard 'GDM' login experience for Ubuntu 11.10, based on a decision taken today at the Ubuntu Developer Summit.
The latest Daily Builds of open-source browser Chromium have added in experimental support for Ubuntu 11.04's new Global Menu via the about:flags staging area.
The way in which the Unity Launcher is accessed by users is changing to make it more 'intuitive' to new users.
Canonical have announced that they will be discontinuing the free CD shipping service Shipit. Writing on the Canonical blog Ubuntu's Gerry Carr said that the company would instead focus on their CD distributor programme and shipping CDs directly to LoCos - Local Ubuntu community teams - instead.
The GNOME Release team meeting at GNOME Bangalore hackfest have decided to postpone the 3.0 release to September of this year, release manager Vincent Untz unveiled today. He cited various reasons for the delay, including a large number of freeze break requests, constant changes in the design, Mozilla dropping embedded versions of Gecko and more.
Google are known to be a cheeky company. A cheeky company that also has many employees that use Ubuntu and are looking forward to Natty Narwhal. That aside, we were still pretty surprised to see that the Google Maps team have added a giant Narwhal swimming in the Thames outside Canonical's office in the Millbank Tower for a little Ubuntu-related April Fooling.
Bad news, guys! Looks like we're having some server issues and the site is falling back to a command line prompt when you visit. Luckily, though, here at OMG! Ubuntu!, we're always prepared for any eventuality and "X server issues" (which are fairly frequent, actually) are no exception.
I'm happy to announce that Volley Brawl is finally available for everyone to try! It's just hit the Software Center for Maverick and Natty, right on time to meet the March 31st release date. All you have to do is open up the Software Center and navigate to the "For Purchase" section.
Drop your laser guns, volley balls and pan flutes: the default wallpaper for Ubuntu 11.04 is here.
The winning wallpapers that will form the Ubuntu 11.04 wallpaper pack have been selected. 17 images make up the set – excluding the default desktop wallpaper, which you can see here – including the first […]
With every new release of Ubuntu comes a rare but welcomed update to the official website. Only a month away from Natty, the Server section of the website has been completely replaced by a new Business section.