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Canonical Has a New Ubuntu Desktop Director

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Martin Wimpress is a name that should be familiar to many of you due to his efforts within the open source and Linux communities.

This includes his leadership of the Ubuntu MATE flavour; his work as a Snapcraft engineer; development on the MATE desktop; involvement in open source events and conferences around the country; and his many podcast activities, including being velvet voiced co-anchor of the Ubuntu UK podcast.

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    Will spent several years prior to that as the engineering manager as the company's short-lived Ubuntu TV effort while also being involved in Ubuntu Touch.

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