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Ubuntu Weekly Newsletter #149

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Welcome to the Ubuntu Weekly Newsletter, Issue #149 for the week June 28th - July 4th, 2009 is available.

In this issue we cover:

* Canonical Delves Deeper into the Cloud - Launches Ubuntu Enterprise Cloud Services
* Kubuntu Tutorials Day Spreads the Knowledge
* Ubuntu Stats
* Ubuntu Forums Tutorial of the Week
* Ubuntu Forums working on Login with Open ID
* Canonical party welcomes Gran Canaria Desktop Summit
* Ohio Linuxfest Call for Presentations
* In the Press & Blogosphere
* Powerpets, Inc. Head offices switch to Ubuntu
* Full Circle Magazine #26
* Vodcast: Dell’s Ubuntu Linux Strategy
* June Team Meeting Summaries
* Upcoming meetings & events
* Updates & Security
* And much, much more!

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