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Ubuntu 12.04 Development Update 7

(This post was originally published here.) Development Update The development of 12.04 is ticking along nicely. Alpha 1 was released last week and work on features is continuing while changes from Upstream (including Debian) are […]

8 December 2011
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Ubuntu 12.04 Development Update 6

Huzzah! Seven weeks into the release cycle and Ubuntu 12.04 Alpha 1 has just been announced. Bear in mind it is of alpha quality, but please go and test it if you are curious and want to help out. But what else is new in the land of Ubuntu Development? Let's take a look...

2 December 2011
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Ubuntu 12.04 Development Update 5

Development Update Isn’t a new development release always exciting? We are six weeks into the cycle and things are ticking on quite nicely. Today we will reach Feature Definition Freeze, so all the feature specifications […]

24 November 2011
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Ubuntu 12.04 Development Update 4

(This is a guest post from Ubuntu developer and Canonical employee Daniel Holbach, which was originally posted here.) Ubuntu Development Update We are five weeks into the release cycle towards and 12.04 and the general […]

17 November 2011
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Ubuntu 12.04 Development Update 3

(This is a guest post from Ubuntu developer and Canonical employee Daniel Holbach, which was originally posted here.) Ubuntu Development Update Ubuntu Developer Summit is over and around 300 blueprints are being filled out with […]

11 November 2011
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Ubuntu 12.04 Development Update 2

(This is a guest post from Ubuntu developer and Canonical employee Daniel Holbach, which was originally posted here.) Ubuntu Development Update Wow, one week into the release cycle and already and by the time of […]

27 October 2011
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Ubuntu 12.04 Development Update 1

(This is a guest post from Ubuntu developer and Canonical employee Daniel Holbach, which was originally posted here.) Ubuntu Development Update It is always an exciting time when a new release opens. As a developer […]

21 October 2011
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Ubuntu 11.10 Development Update 16

Today is not a day of long blog entries, but it's a day of celebrating everybody's hard work in Ubuntu 11.10. It's released. So check out what's new! Two pages that did a great job explaining and visualising what's new are the ubuntu.com tour and the other one being "the new Ubuntu". Beautiful work!

13 October 2011
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Ubuntu 11.10 Development Update 15

One week left! Are you excited already? The release candidate is going to get out soon and we will have days full of testing the installation on all architectures, in all kinds of installations scenarios. If you want to help out with the testing, it will be much appreciated. So what's still happening? It's interesting to note that still quite a number of fixes is going in. Also has the planning for the 12.04 ("Precise Pangolin") cycle been started. Matthias Klose sent out an email about the preparation of the P-cycle archive: the wiki page lists a number of significant changes for 'precise', like updates to gcc, binutils, swig and other core components and dropping python2.6.

7 October 2011
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Ubuntu 11.10 Development Update 14

This is a guest post from Daniel Holbach, who will be posting updates about Ubuntu Development. (Original Post). Ubuntu Development Update These are the days where the release team is awake for 24 hour per […]

30 September 2011
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Series: Introduction to Ubuntu Development – Part 6

This is the sixth article in a series to explain the basics of Ubuntu Development in a way that does not require huge amounts of background and goes through concepts, tools, processes and infrastructure step […]

26 September 2011
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Introduction to Ubuntu Development Part 5

This is the fifth article in a series to explain the basics of Ubuntu Development in a way that does not require huge amounts of background and goes through concepts, tools, processes and infrastructure step […]

19 September 2011