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30 posts from June 2016

Design festival OFFF – “Let’s Feed the Future”

By Grazina Borosko, 30 June 2016

Every year since 2001, creatives from different design disciplines meet and share their ideas and innovations about digital, interaction and print design in...

China Launch Sprint – paving the roadmap

By Paty Davila, 30 June 2016

Last week I was invited to Beijing to take part in the China Launch Sprint. The focus of the sprint was to identify action items in our product roadmap for...

Snapcraft 2.12: an ecosystem of parts, qmake and gulp

By Canonical, 29 June 2016

Snapcraft 2.12 is here and is making its way to your 16.04 machines today.This release takes Snapcraft to a whole new level. For example, instead of defining...

Juju GUI 2.0

By Luca Paulina, 28 June 2016

Juju is a cloud orchestration tool which enables users to build models to run applications. You can just as easily use it to deploy a simple WordPress blog or...

Design in the open

By Luca Paulina, 28 June 2016

As the Juju design team grew it was important to review our working process and to see if we could improve it to create a more agile working environment. The...

New starter Davide (Project Manager) – “A working team is very precious”

By Canonical, 27 June 2016

Meet the newest member of the Design Team, project manager Davide Casa. He will be working with the Platform Team to keep us all in check and working towards...

App Design Clinic – OwnCloud App #9

By Canonical, 27 June 2016

The Ubuntu App Design Clinic is back! This month members of the Design Team James Mulholland (UX Designer), Jouni Helminen (Visual Designer) and Andrea...

HOWTO: Host your own SNAP store!

By Dustin Kirkland, 24 June 2016

SNAPs are the cross-distro, cross-cloud, cross-device Linux packaging format of the future.  And we’re already hosting a fantastic catalog of SNAPs in the...

HOWTO: Host your own SNAP store!

By Dustin Kirkland, 24 June 2016

SNAPs are the cross-distro, cross-cloud, cross-device Linux packaging format of the future.  And we’re already hosting a fantastic catalog of SNAPs in the...

HOWTO: Classic, apt-based Ubuntu 16.04 LTS Server on the rpi2!

By Dustin Kirkland, 20 June 2016

Classic Ubuntu 16.04 LTS, on an rpi2Hopefully by now you’re well aware of Ubuntu Core — the snappiest way to run Ubuntu on a Raspberry Pi…But have you ever...

HOWTO: Classic, apt-based Ubuntu 16.04 LTS Server on the rpi2!

By Dustin Kirkland, 20 June 2016

Classic Ubuntu 16.04 LTS, on an rpi2Hopefully by now you’re well aware of Ubuntu Core — the snappiest way to run Ubuntu on a Raspberry Pi…But have you ever...

A New Research Cloud on Ubuntu OpenStack

By Canonical, 20 June 2016

If you’re starting from almost scratch, and – where many people are – you don’t have any skill, you don’t have any training, you don’t have much of an idea of...