Ubuntu GNOME is seeking approval to become an official 'Long Term Support' release with its upcoming version.
The fourth point update to Ubuntu 12.04 LTS has been made available for download.
Xubuntu and Lubuntu both release their Long-Term Support releases next year, but what changes will they bring? Click through for a rundown.
Ubuntu will not be switching to a 'Rolling Release' model anytime soon, despite recent reports to the contrary. But Ubuntu's Jono Bacon has revealed that pieces are being put into place' to allow such a decision to be made at a later date.
The fourth and final maintenance release of Ubuntu 10.04 is now available to download.
Next April’s release of Ubuntu 12.04 LTS will provide desktop users with five years of support and maintenance releases Canonical have announced. Previous ‘Long Term Support’ releases provided 3 years of support for desktop users, […]
After Oneiric's release last week I had the chance to sit down with Neil Patel, Unity's Technical Lead, to talk about how he felt the Oneiric cycle went and to get his thoughts on Precise Pangolin 12.04. Neil has been working for Canonical for a couple of years, and was previously heavily involved in the original Netbook Remix Launcher which was superseded by Unity originally in Ubuntu Netbook Edition 10.10. As the Technical Lead for Unity, he oversees a lot of the development on the new shell for Ubuntu. Neil is the guy you go to with your questions about the development of Unity, and that's exactly what we did when I sat down for an interview with him last week. Make the jump for the full interview.
The fourth “update” to Ubuntu 8.04 Hardy Heron is tentatively due for release today. As a “long term support” (LTS) release Hardy Heron is supported for three years on the desktop and for five years […]