More posts about “software center”

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Introversion adds two new games to Ubuntu Software Centre at special price

Canonical and games publisher Introversion have teamed up to bring two hugely popular games to the Ubuntu desktop at a special price for a limited time only.

24 March 2011

Software Center adds ‘inappropriate rating’ link, and more

An update to Software Center in Ubuntu Natty brought a couple of changes to the 'Ratings and Reviews' feature, including the ability to mark a review inappropriate, disability to review an app if it isn't installed, and many more.

20 February 2011

GUVCviewer: Finally Webcam Recording Made Easy

For almost two years my primary recording device for YouTube videos has been with not a fancy camcorder, but a webcam. So believe me when I tell you that I've tried a lot of different applications on different operating systems to get the most from my camera, both proprietary and open source. Out of everything I have tried, GUVCviewer packs the best blend of performance and features.

7 February 2011
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More Zeitgeist integration in Software Center shows recommended apps based on usage

As some of you may know, Seif has been working closely with the Software Center developers to integrate Zeitgeist into the Software Center. We blogged about the Software Center using Zeitgeist to display app usage a couple of weeks ago, and naturally the next step would be for that information to be translated into recommendations, which is very, very cool.

9 October 2010
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Ubuntu Application Review Process announced, restrictive rules galore

Jono Bacon announced today the Ubuntu Application Review Process, which is designed to get new and fresh applications into Ubuntu after it's released. Unfortunately, like all things Ubuntu, it's harder than it should be with plenty of restrictive rules, bureaucratic nonsense and complicated set up procedures.

21 September 2010