The Ubuntu 19.04 mascot artwork has been unveiled by Canonical. The official 'Disco Dingo' logo will be used in promo materials.
A new version of the Yaru icon set is in development. It swaps the uniform 'squircle' frame for a liberal mix of icon shapes.
The single biggest issue I have with the Suru icon theme Ubuntu 18.10 debuted with was the lack of consistency. Shipping an icon set with a uniform shape and glyph style is a bold move, but […]
This year (2019) promises to be a bumper one for Ubuntu. We’ve got two all-new short-term releases ahead of us: Ubuntu 19.04 mid April and Ubuntu 19.10 in late October. Both release will be packed full of […]
Users of Canonical’s Livepatch service — which lets you install Linux kernel updates without rebooting — will find additional settings available in Ubuntu 19.04. The feature, which made its desktop debut in Ubuntu 18.04 LTS, is free […]
Prep a partition because Ubuntu 19.04 daily builds are now available to download. A new “Disco Dingo” daily build will be produced each and every day from now until the Ubuntu 19.04 release date in April […]
The Ubuntu 19.04 release is now available to download. In this post we look at Ubuntu 19.04's new features and key changes.
The name of Ubuntu 19.04 has been revealed — and it’s definitely a distinctive decision! As listed on Launchpad, the home of Ubuntu development, the Ubuntu 19.04 name is logged as “Disco Dingo”. Ubuntu 19.04 will […]
It’s that really fun part of the release cycle where we get you to try and guess the name of the next Ubuntu release! it could, at this point, be literally anything — but what do think the […]