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10.10.10.10.10…..

by Mark Shuttleworth on 20 August 2010

Here’s a way to show off your movie-making creative skills AND promote whatever you think the coolest things in 10.10 are: make a Maverick Movie!

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Multi-touch Support Lands in Maverick

by Canonical on 16 August 2010

Canonical is pleased to announce the release of Ubuntu’s multi-touch and gesture stack. With Ubuntu 10.10 (the Maverick Meerkat), users and developers will have an end-to-end touch-screen framework — from the kernel all the way through …

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Canonical and the Ubuntu UK community invite you to the “Ubuntu In Business” event on July 13th in central London

by Canonical on 13 July 2010

A new kind of tech event sees advocates combine to bring the open-source message direct to UK businesses Canonical, the company behind Ubuntu, and the Ubuntu UK Community are jointly hosting an event aimed at introducing …

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Showcase to celebrate ‘Art in the Open’ bringing contributors’ work to millions

by Canonical on 2 July 2010

Ubuntu Free Culture Showcase calls all artists to contribute to next version of Ubuntu Canonical, the company behind the Ubuntu project, today announced its support for the Ubuntu Free Culture showcase. The showcase will offer artists, …

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Ubuntu Server Survey 2010 released

by Canonical on 24 March 2010

We are ready to release the report on the server survey, the information for which was gathered at the tail end of 2009 by the server community in collaboration with Canonical. The survey contained a vast …

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Distributed user testing of archive behavior in Ubuntu

by Canonical on 28 July 2009

In response to two paper cuts, “Have the file-roller automatically extract an archive on double click” and “‘Archive Manager’ doesn’t mean anything if you don’t know what an ‘archive’ is”, the Canonical Design Team devised a …

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Canonical launches US-based shop.ubuntu.com in time for holiday season

by Canonical on 20 November 2008

Stock up on Ubuntu-branded merchandise and software Canonical launched today an U.S.-based on-line shop for Ubuntu-branded merchandise and software. With a new fulfillment house in St. Louis, Missouri, shipments are faster and less expensive for Ubuntu …