A few days back a new default wallpaper landed in Ubuntu 10.10 and whilst we weren’t convinced that this was the final iteration (our own post on it was layered with a questioning tone) the reaction […]
I have a problem. I’ll be the first to confess. It’s tearing me apart on the inside. Not a day goes by without me thinking about it, always at the back of my mind, in […]
In case you all haven’t heard, back in late July, Jailbreaking devices was ruled to be legal by the United States government, and similar bits of legislator are seeing movement in other notable countries (although […]
A couple of days ago I posted an article which, believe it or not, had a fundamental message buried somewhere amongst the stereotyping, name-calling trollop. It was a mistake on my behalf to use such […]
As most of you probably know, I’m pretty much the equivalent of a newborn in the world of free software. This open source gig has been going for almost 30 years, but I only got […]
It didn't take me long to cave in and buy some of the (very cheap) new Ubuntu sticker sets we mentioned a few days ago. Admittedly this was, in part, because I spied that the sheets contained some neat circular Ubuntu logo stickers that seemed to be an appropriate size to cover the Windows key on my keyboard.
Dave Neary has posted the results of the GNOME census which has been looking at contributions to GNOME, who develops what, where it's coming from and who's been doing it over the last two years. The report has revealed that most of the upstream commits to GNOME are from people in their spare time with over 70% of respondents listing themselves as volunteers.
To answer the title: no it’s not, but since the release of Ubuntu 9.10 Karmic Koala only one week ago the blog-o-sphere, forums and opinion-pieces on various sites have been ringing loud with hate, disappointment […]