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Upstreams, Downstreams, and Revenue Streams in Ubuntu

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linux-mag.com: Just because you can do something, doesn't mean you should. Case in point: Vendors can take a hefty cut of the profits from applications sold through their app stores or shipped by default. But should they?

Follow Ubuntu Progress at a Glance, or Not

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ostatic.com: News came across the wire today about a new Ubuntu Launchpad feature that allows users to track bug and feature progress with a graphical at-a-glance layout. There's just one problem.

Dell (finally) peddling Canonical UEC clouds

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theregister.co.uk: After nearly a year of futzing around, Dell and Canonical are tag-teaming to sell and support a mix of Dell servers and Canonical's Ubuntu Enterprise Cloud hypervisors and management tools to customers who want to build private or public clouds that are clones of Amazon's EC2 service.

Narwhal Plush Wallpaper

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doctormo.org: Artist ICantThinkofAName has updated his wallpaper of all the Ubuntu versions as plush toys. Link here

‘Ubuntu Linux’, ‘Ubuntu GNU/Linux’? No, use ‘Ubuntu’!

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sensehofstede.nl: When people talk about Ubuntu, they usually have two ways of referring to it. Most frequently people use ‘Ubuntu’, but at some places you’ll find ‘Ubuntu Linux’ very consistently. In this blog post I want to argue here to stop calling Ubuntu ‘Ubuntu Linux’.

Banshee vs. Ubuntu Linux on Revenue sharing

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zdnet.com: When Banshee was first included by default in the next version of Ubuntu Linux, developers thought this was great. But, then Canonical decided that they wanted 75% of any revenue from Banshee’s built-in connection to the Amazon.

Ubuntu 10.04.2 LTS released

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ubuntu.com: The Ubuntu team is proud to announce the release of Ubuntu 10.04.2 LTS, the second maintenance update to Ubuntu's 10.04 LTS release.

5 Amazing Wallpapers From The Ubuntu 11.04 Submissions

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digitizor.com: As you may be aware, many of the wallpapers that ship with Ubuntu are user submitted. Till Ubuntu 10.10, only photographs are accepted. However in Ubuntu 11.04, the Canonical design team will also include three artworks submitted by users. There are plenty of very good submissions.

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Unity: The systray is back

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Ubuntu
  • Unity: The Systray Is Back, Themable Top Panel, more
  • Unity Mockup: Menu Integrated In The Window Titlebar
  • Unity panel to follow users GTK theme

Customise Ubuntu with Ubuntu Tweak

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HowTos

techradar.com: Customisation is an inherent part of Linux, but if you're not comfortable working without your mouse, tweaking aspects of your desktop can be tricky. That's where Ubuntu Tweak comes in.

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