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Ubuntu Weekly Newsletter #167

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Welcome to the Ubuntu Weekly Newsletter, Issue #167 for the week November 1st - November 7th, 2009 is available.

In this issue we cover:

* Lucid open for development
* Ubuntu Open Week review
* Updating the Ubuntu Code of Conduct
* Ubuntu Marketing Team revival and SpreadUbuntu
* Ubuntu Stats
* LoCo News: Tunisia, Norway, New York State, Massachusetts
* Ubuntu Forums Tutorial of the Week
* Ubuntu Hits Italian National TV (again)
* In the Press & Blogosphere
* Canonical Matching Creative Commons Donations
* LugRadio Documentary – Now Available Online
* Team Meeting Summaries: October 2009
* Upcoming Meetings & Events
* Updates & Security
* And much, much more!

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Plus 2800 new

# Open (73074) +2834 # over last week
# Critical (28) +3 # over last week
# Unconfirmed (37416) +2370 # over last week
# Unassigned (63937) +2640 # over last week

I sure would hate to see Winders bugtracker! Big Grin

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