Ubuntu 12.04 was released almost 24 hours ago - but have you upgraded already?
Assumptions about Ubuntu users and their preferences are made on a daily basis. From “They hate Unity” to “No-one wants to use Ubuntu TV.” But with the launch of the Ubuntu User survey you can […]
You can help the Ubuntu design team decide on multi-monitor launcher usage by voting on the poll inside.
Reader David G mailed in to see we'd be interested in running a poll to see which 'brand' of Chrome Linux users prefer to use - either Google's Flash-plugin packing Google Chrome or the open-source, ready-in-the-repos Chromium. Given that our visitor stats don't distinguish between Chromium (both are grouped together as 'Chrome')I thought this would, indeed, be rather interesting to see. So, Sunday poll time: Do you use Chromium or Google Chrome? Let us know by voting in the poll inside.
Unity is the most used Desktop Environment amongst Ubuntu 11.10 users according to our most recent poll. Just shy of 16,000 votes were cast (one vote per person) in the poll which asked readers "Which Desktop Environment Are You Using in Ubuntu 11.10?"
Roll up, roll up: it’s poll time! This week’s poll question comes by courtesy of reader ‘Andy’, who’s interested to know how many Ubuntu 11.10 users are using Unity and how many are using GNOME […]
Ubuntu 11.10 has been out for little while now, so chances are many of you have upgraded. If you choose to upgrade via Update Manager (that is you saw the prompt below and clicked ‘Yes, […]
Okay, so Ubuntu 11.10 is barely hot off the servers but the question needs to be asked: have you already upgraded? Do you plan to do so shortly? Perhaps you've decided to stick with the 10.04 LTS release or your finely tuned Ubuntu 11.04 set-up. Either way cast your vote in the poll inside and let the world know...
This week saw the release of GIMP 2.7.3, complete with a working single window mode. With GIMP back in the spotlight, I came across a blog post by Nick Ali in which he suggests 'The GIMP' should be given new name. Do you agree?
Users are being offered the chance to vote on the community-wallpapers incorporated into the October release of Lubuntu 11.10.
The community-led Ubuntu Advertisement team have launched a new 'user experience survey' whose responses 'may be used in statistics and publicity.' The survey itself won't take up much of your time and you'll be helping out Ubuntu in the process.
The Ubuntu Developer Summit once again played home to discussion of whether Ubuntu should move from a 700MB sized CD ISO to something larger and more accommodating of growing package requirements.