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Ubuntu Weekly Newsletter #183

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Welcome to the Ubuntu Weekly Newsletter. This is Issue #183 for the week February 28th - March 6th, 2010.

In this issue we cover:

* Mark Shuttleworth: “Light” the new look of Ubuntu
* Announcing the 10.10 Ubuntu Developer Summit
* UI Freeze in place for Lucid
* Developer Membership Board meeting
* International Women’s Day Vote
* Ubuntu Stats
* Getting Patches Upstream
* The Grand App Writing Challenge Submissions!
* Server Bug Zapping results
* Ubuntu Classroom Team presents “ClassBot”
* In the Press & Blogosphere
* February 2010 Team Reports
* Upcoming Meetings & Events
* Updates & Security
* And much, much more!

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