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Project Bossanova yesterday unveiled a new website, along with more information about the project and a poll where users can vote on the genre of game they'd like to see the project focus on.
If in the passed week you took a swing by the official Ubuntu website, you will have noticed a new headline post replacing the previous Maverick ad. In an effort to improve future releases of Ubuntu server edition, Canonical is, for the third year in a row, asking users how they are using it and in what environment.
We previously asked you which games Ubuntu developers should focus on in adding multi-touch support for. The 5 most voted games from that post have now been arranged into a poll to see which game is truly your most desired multi-touch wannabe.
The Ubuntu Multitouch Development team has called for feedback on which games must be focused to add multitouch capabilities in this cycle. Here is your chance to vote for your favourite game.
Anyone who has tried Ubuntu will have surely come across the default mail application 'Evolution'. It's a powerful e-mail tool with an impressive set of features that more than rival commercial alternatives on other platforms. But what do you use?
With Ubuntu 11.04 switching to a combined Netbook and Desktop image only one music player can takes its place on default. The formal decision is due tomorrow but before then why not have some fun and let everyone know which player -you- would make default.
A case is being made for ‘Sent from Ubuntu’ signature to be appended to all mail sent from Ubuntu’s desktop e-mail application ‘Evolution’. What do you think? Poll and more information after the break.
Are you a traditional 32 bit user or have you ventured out on a limb and installed 64 bit Ubuntu to make the most of your hardware?
Jordi Hernàndez – creator of CoverGloobus (and dude with exceptionally good taste in music) – has opened the voting on the choice of new icon for the desktop music art application. We blogged about the […]
GNOME 3.0 is delayed and the Zeitgeist team has more time to integrate with the GNOME desktop. Daniel Siegel (the Cheese dude) had an idea during GUADEC that is worth giving a try… for Zeitgeist […]