A minimal countdown has appeared on the official Ubuntu homepage - but what's it for? What is it counting down to? We play speculation inside.
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'.
With only a handful of days left to submit entries to the Ubuntu 12.04 Countdown Banner contest I couldn’t resist trawling through the 20 entries so far. It’s fair to say the standard and response to […]
The countdown banner contest for Ubuntu 12.04 is now open for submissions. As one of the most widely distributed pieces of pre-Ubuntu release media, the countdown banners provides creative users of Ubuntu with the chance […]
The winner of the 'Ubuntu 11.10 Countdown Banner' contest has been revealed.
There is barely a day left for the creative folks amongst you to submit your designs for Ubuntu 11.10's countdown banner.
The bi-annual call for Ubuntu countdown banners seems to have been whispered rather than shouted this year, but if you're game for creating a mini-timer the world can plaster around the interwebs from Oneiric Beta 2 onward - now's your chance!
How many days are left until the release of Ubuntu 11.10? If that's a question you cannot live without knowing the answer to (or if you just want to ramp up some excitement ahead of the release) the following 'Ubuntu Countdown' widget for Android devices serves that niche admirably: it counts down the days remaining until the next Ubuntu release.
You want to put a countdown to Ocelot on your website or blog, but you want to do it in style. I feel ya' ;) An anonymous shyster sent in a link to the following set of HTML countdown badges for Ubuntu 11.10 that, dare I use the word that people hate me saying, are a bit on the sexy side.
If you're a forgetful or just an easily excitable kind of person then you might want to know how many days are left until the release of 'Ubuntu 11.10'. The small script shows the number of days remaining until the next Ubuntu release using Ubuntu's notification system.
Every cycle the Ubuntu project calls for people to submit their ideas for release countdown banners - small images that can be embedded in websites that update every day until they reach 0 when Ubuntu is released. This cycle is no different, and the winning three countdown banners were chosen earlier today.
The bi-annual call for designed to create and submit Ubuntu release-date countdown widgets has been made - and here's how you can get involved.