Ubuntu 10.10 users will be able to rate and review applications within the Ubuntu Software Center on February 11th, according the official wiki page timeline for the project.
Ubuntu Software Centre developer Michael Vogt and designer designer Matthew Paul Thomas tour ratings and reviews in Ubuntu 11.04 in this latest instalment of 'Ubuntu developer diaries'.
Ubuntu has had an 'App store' capable of supporting paid applications for a good few months now: will we see some of the more popular cross-platform games and apps heading our way? It seems so.
The Ubuntu Software Centre in 11.04 Natty Narwhal will comes with support for application ratings and reviews. But how will it look? Good, one imagines. Here's how it looks currently...
DeviantArtist Musl1m has mocked up his idea of how the Ubuntu Software Centre should look as it evolves its ever-growing feature set.
Illumination Software Creator has become the latest paid' app to land on the shelves of the Ubuntu Software Centre.
With World of Goo now in the Ubuntu Software Center for purchase, many gamers are thinking about other popular indie games available for Linux. One such gem is the beautiful Osmos - a rich and addictive puzzle game by Hemisphere Games - whose motto is to create games 'for both sides of the brain.
Brukkon, the fiendishly addictive puzzle game, is now available for 64bit Ubuntu users to purchase via the Ubuntu One software centre, having previously been only available to 32bit users.
MMORPG Vendetta Online is now available via the Ubuntu Software Centre.
A few of you have dropped us a line to point out that the Ubuntu Software Center has new 'paid' apps for sale.
Fed up of browsing the Software Centre in Ubuntu only to come across a neat-sounding application that lacks a screenshot? Here's how to help out!
As if it were a Christmas gift to all Ubuntu users, it has been announced at UDS that a development version of the Ubuntu Software Center with a 'Ratings and Reviews' feature will arrive before December 25th.