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Changes in Ubuntu releases

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  • Changes in Ubuntu releases decided by the Ubuntu Technical Board
  • The Coolest Ubuntu Business Cards Ever
  • Ubuntu Technical Board Looks at Shuttleworth’s Proposal for Release Management Methodology
  • Ubuntu 13.04 Default Wallpapers Released [Download Link Included]
  • Sweet Ubuntu Device QtCreator Integration
  • Wayland
  • Ubuntu to halve support length for non-LTS releases
  • On the Ubuntu Community
  • Ubuntu Speech Recognition App is Shaping up Nicely

Ubuntu, openSUSE and the Definition of Easy

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Ubuntu To hear fans talk, without Ubuntu, Linux desktops would be still be basic window managers. Even Mark Shuttleworth, Ubuntu's founder, recently implied that those who questioned him held the view that "Linux is supposed to be hard so it's exclusive."

Ubuntu Weekly Newsletter Issue 308

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  • Ubuntu Weekly Newsletter Issue 308
  • Like Ubuntu? Help make it better
  • Bacon: Recent Ubuntu Community Refinements

Putting Dell's Ubuntu Ultrabook to the test

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Ubuntu Tests on Dell's Ultrabook with pre-installed Ubuntu 12.04 show that the manufacturer has gone to some trouble to ensure that it runs well with Linux.

Dispelling FUD About Ubuntu

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Ubuntu It seems like every time Ubuntu makes any sort of change, the Linux community finds itself up in arms as if the world is about to end.

Also: Ubuntu 13.04 Adds Legal Notice to System Settings

Top Things to do After Installing Ubuntu 13.04

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  • Top Things to do After Installing Ubuntu 13.04
  • Some Programs I Tested On Ubuntu 13.04 Daily Build
  • Kubuntu vUDS

‘New Unity Stack’ Approved for Ubuntu 13.04

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  • ‘New Unity Stack’ Approved for Ubuntu 13.04, Brings ‘Smarter’ Search
  • [Ubuntu QML] Writting a game.. Alpha Version
  • First Ubuntu SDK Days kick off
  • Ubuntu 13.04 'Raring Ringtail': Beta 1 preview
  • Canonical: The Next Apple
  • What’s really important
  • You can help the Ubuntu Weekly Newsletter!
  • Ubuntu SDK Days: Day 2 is just around the corner
  • Ubuntu Gets New Display Server, Goes Rolling Release?

Ubuntu Linux Gets Certified on Dell 12G Servers

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  • Ubuntu Linux Gets Certified on Dell 12G Servers
  • Ubuntu SDK Apps are coming
  • Ubuntu Linux gets a new official flavor

Ubuntu, Shuttleworth & rolling releases

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Ubuntu After much heated discussion, Mark Shuttleworth has a new proposal on how Ubuntu Linux should handle rolling releases.

Shifting to Ubuntu in 2013

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  • Shifting to Ubuntu in 2013
  • Chromebook Pixel: Run Ubuntu alongside Chrome OS
  • Monthly versions of Ubuntu might be too unstable
  • How to Upgrade Ubuntu 12.10 to Ubuntu 13.04
  • Ubuntu Used as Online Gambling Station in Airport
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