Got a spare five minutes? You can help the Canonical design out by filling in a questionnaire. The team is looking to “gather information about how people perceive colours and use Scopes.” The short questionnaire […]
Learn a new word each time you open the terminal with 'sudocabulary', a command-line script that helps you broaden your vocabulary.
Want to learn about Linux? Check out this great new website. It offers bitesized lessons on how Linux works, from command line to kernel.
You all know the the word ‘Ubuntu’’ — and if you don’t, how’d you end up here?! — but do you know the correct way to pronounce it? Is it Oo-boon-too? Uh-bun-too? You-bun-too? Urgh-ban-too? Pedants will (quite […]
How often do you use GNOME System Monitor? I (thankfully) don’t. The only time I do is when a background process is going rogue… But if GNOME’s designers manage to implement a proposed top-to-bottom redesign of the app […]
Got an Ubuntu Phone? Want to help make it awesome? Well, now you can - and it doesn't involve USB cables or scary terminal commands!
Fancy getting your over-worked hands on a shiny new Ubuntu Phone and sounding off about the state of software development in the process?
Designer Sam Hewitt is offering to help Ubuntu Touch developers create custom-made icons for their applications.
Could Ubuntu's boot experience look slicker? One YouTube thinks so, and has created a video demo of his dream boot sequence.
Lucas Romero tweeted us his design concept for a lock screen he feels is more fitting of Ubuntu Touch. Check out the video demo inside.
With a bit of imagination, some paint, and plenty of LEDs a boring PC box can be transformed into a terrific tower.
Everyone's desktop looks different, no matter the OS. But on Linux the 'difference' can be as subtle as a panel drop-shadow or as drastic as an entirely new desktop shell!