The development team behind open-source video editor Pitivi are seeking €100,000 to turn it into a 'flexible, high-end' application.
It's the worlds biggest meeting of mobile industry experts, enthusiasts and original equipment manufacturers and, once again, Canonical will be in attendance.
Hot on the heels of the announcements of the Ubuntu SDK and the Touch Developer Preview, the Ubuntu App development community are launching the first ever 'Ubuntu SDK Days'.
Join Benjamin Kerensa, Bilal Akhtar and José Antonio Rey with guest Jono Bacon to discuss the exciting Ubuntu product announcement today. We invite OMG! readers and Ubuntu users to join us and share their thoughts […]
A new Ubuntu product will be unveiled by Canonical on Wednesday, January 2nd. Details are scant on the ground at present at present. So far the only known 'fact' is that which is written on the press release: it's an event to 'launch an all new Ubuntu product'.
Take one Ubuntu Community team, sit them in front of webcams and make them work for 24 hours solid. Sound good? that's what happening today as part of the 'Ubuntu Community Charity Marathon'.
Want to help make Ubuntu better and get paid to do so? Nope, you don't need to apply for a job at Canonical just be a regular user who can spare 2 hours for one evening next week to take part in some testing.
The latest instalment of the online Ubuntu talkshow 'Ubuntu On Air' is, well, on air today. From 5:00 PM UTC you'll be able to tune in to the show live at ubuntuonair.com.
The first issue of 'GIMP Magazine' is set to drop on September 5th. The free magazine, which aims to publish four issues a year, features works from various creatives in the GIMP and free-software communities.
From 28th August to 30th August the Ubuntu Developer Community will bring you a variety of sessions all around Ubuntu Development. If you were ever interested in learning more about how Ubuntu is put together or how to get involved and contribute, this is a perfect time!
Copenhagen, Denmark is to play host to the next Ubuntu Developer Summit (UDS) later this year. The bi-annual event sees Ubuntu developers from around the world get together to hammer out the details for the next release of Ubuntu.
It's everybody's second-most favourite time of the release again. No, not the actual release, but it's Ubuntu Developer Week!