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‘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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zdnet.com: 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

Advice to my Ubuntu Brothers

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  • Advice for my Ubuntu Brothers
  • Ubuntu Mir: Is This the Future of Linux Everywhere?
  • Ubuntu is not a community distribution
  • Mint: "Not in the Business of Picking Winners," Continues with Xorg
  • On the Ubuntu Community
  • Thoughts On Recent Community Concerns
  • Shuttleworth Throws the FLOSS Community Under The Bus
  • Reply to “All the faces of Ubuntu”

Kubuntu 13.04 Alpha 2 Review: Very promising

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Ubuntu

mylinuxexplore.blogspot: Kubuntu may not be the best implementation of KDE but definitely one of the most followed. For me, Kubuntu has been always a judicious mix of KDE and Gnome applications along with a boring default interface.

The Ubuntu guide for displaced Windows users

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pcworld.com: With Windows 8 pushing a “touch-first” desktop interface—Microsoft’s words, not ours—and with Valve’s Steam on Linux beginning to bring much-needed games and popular attention to the oft-overlooked operating system, there’s never been a better time to take Linux out for a test drive.

Ubuntu 13.04 Still On Course for April

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  • 13.04 to go Ahead
  • Linux on a tablet: Hurry up and wait?
  • Shuttleworth on Ubuntu releases: "the sky is not falling"
  • App patterns applied: calculator key journeys
  • Ubuntu. What Just Happened?
  • Something to add here
  • Ubuntu developers discuss rolling releases at UDS
  • Shuttleworth: Not Convinced by Rolling Releases
  • Ubuntu To Investigate Digital Rights Management
  • Shuttleworth: Misplaced criticism
  • Ubuntu is Many Communities
  • Shuttleworth: All the faces of Ubuntu
  • Divisive Leadership
  • Thoughts and worries about the proposed new Ubuntu processes
  • Confessions of a community member
  • Daddy, why are you sad?
  • Ubuntu Rolling Releases Vs. Hardware Companies
  • Freedom and Community
  • Shuttleworth On Mir: "A Fantastic Piece of Engineering"
  • Ubuntu Plans To Move To Systemd's Logind
  • Ubuntu 13.04 Won't Get X.Org Server 1.14
  • Does the Ubuntu Community need a Foundation?
  • Good Luck, Ubuntu
  • Ubuntu Membership
  • Shell Dock Vs Unity Dock
  • Two Major KDE Developers Weigh In On Mir, Wayland

Canonical: "Don't Piss On Wayland"

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  • Note To Canonical: "Don't Piss On Wayland"
  • Revamped QML ‘Gwibber’ Shown Off
  • Ubuntu’s New Display Server ‘Mir’ Gets Demoed [Video]
  • "World’s First Ubuntu Tablet" Taking Pre-Orders
  • Unity Next to Replace Old Unity Merging Desktop and Phone
  • Mir – An outpost envisioned as a new home
  • Um Bongo boss Shuttleworth offers 'incognito' mode
  • X and Wayland Developers Bash Canonical
  • Ubuntu Weekly Newsletter Issue 306
  • Mir + Unity QML + Unity APIs = Unity
  • Getting Started With The First OUDS

Google Chrome OS vs. Ubuntu

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Ubuntu

datamation.com: In this article, I'll explore how Chrome OS stacks up against Ubuntu and whether the two operating systems are likely to appeal to the same user base.

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Development News

  • GCC 7 Moves Onto Only Regression/Doc Fixes, But Will Accept RISC-V & HSA's BRIG
    The GNU Compiler Collection (GCC) is entering its "stage four" development for GCC 7 with the stable GCC 7.1 release expected in March or April. Richard Biener announced today that GCC 7 is under stage four, meaning only regression and documentation fixes will be permitted until the GCC 7.1.0 stable release happens (yep, as per their peculiar versioning system, GCC 7.1 is the first stable release in the GCC 7 series).
  • 5 ways to expand your project's contributor base
    So many free and open source software projects were started to solve a problem, and people began to contribute to them because they too wanted a fix to what they encountered. End users of the project find it useful for their needs, and the project grows. And that shared purpose and focus attracts people to a project's community.
  • Weblate 2.10.1
    This is first security bugfix release for Weblate. This has to come at some point, fortunately the issue is not really severe. But Weblate got it's first CVE ID today, so it's time to address it in a bugfix release.

Intel Kabylake: Windows 10 vs. Linux OpenGL Performance

For those curious about the current Kabylake graphics performance between Windows 10 and Linux, here are some OpenGL benchmark results under each operating system. Windows 10 Pro x64 was tested and the Linux distributions for comparison were Ubuntu 16.10, Clear Linux, Antergos, Fedora 25 Xfce, and openSUSE Tumbleweed. Read more

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