Opponents of Mir are 'politically motivated', says Ubuntu founder Mark Shuttleworth in a blog post announcing the name of Ubuntu 14.10.
It had to happen one day - and today is as good as any, right? The infamous Bug #1 has been marked as fixed by Mark Shuttleworth.
Mark Shuttleworth has been named as one American magazine Forbes' '12 Most Disruptive Names in business'
It's always a peculiar feeling to wake up and see Ubuntu splashed over the front page of a leading mainstream news site. But that was what greeted me this morning as Ubuntu grabbed some prime-time eyeballs via the BBC News website.
He's the founder of Ubuntu and its parent company Canonical, and is the creative force behind not on the Unity desktop but its expansion to new form factors. So he's a very busy man. But every six months Mark Shuttleworth sets aside 1 hour to answer questions from the community.
Ubuntu founder Mark Shuttleworth holds a 1 hour Q&A session following each release of Ubuntu. And today was the first chance many have had to ask Mark questions about upcoming changes, plans and more following the release of Ubuntu 11.10. The most interesting questions asked during the session are presented inside...
With so many Ubuntu folk in attendance at last weeks UDS Ubuntu's Amber Graner made sure she grabbed some prime interview time with many of Ubuntu's important figures. Head on in for video interviews with Mark Shuttleworth, Jason Warner, and many more.
The bi-annual Ubuntu Developer Summit has kicked off in Florida with a key-note address from Ubuntu's founder Mark Shuttleworth.
For one hour in the week following the release of the latest Ubuntu, Mark Shuttleworth, the 'founder' of Ubuntu, holds a question and answer session as part of 'Ubuntu Open Week'. Below follows highlights from that session. Read on to find out what changes are coming to Unity next release, what happened to the much-heralded 'Windicators' and whether Mark prefers the iPhone or Android...
The register are reporting that Mark Shuttleworth has hinted that the development cycle for Ubuntu releases could become a lot quicker than 6 months...
Mark Shuttleworth talks about Unity, the new shell for Ubuntu Netbook Edition at DebConf 10 which took place earlier this month in New York City. In the video Mark covers the main aspects of Unity, […]
Mark Shuttleworth has apologised “unreservedly to all offended” for his “poor choice of language” during LinuxCon 2009 during which a comment made by the Ubuntu founder was deemed to be sexist by many members of […]