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.
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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?