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How to find Ubuntu Server Bugs to Fix

by Joshua Powers on 12 October 2017

Ubuntu Server BugsEver wanted to help out in the development of Ubuntu Server, but did not know how? One of the best ways to get started is by working on...

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Ubuntu One file syncing code Open Sourced

by Canonical on 10 August 2015

Today, we’re happy to be open sourcing the biggest piece of our Ubuntu One file syncing service. The code we’re releasing is the server side of what desktop...

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Ubuntu single sign on service launched

by Canonical on 16 February 2010

We are pleased to announce the launch of the brand new Ubuntu single sign on service.  The goal of this service is to provide a single, central login service...

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Canonical releases source code for Launchpad

by Canonical on 21 July 2009

Release of Launchpad to encourage innovation Canonical, the founder of the Ubuntu project, announced today that it has open-sourced the code that runs...

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Launchpad 2.0 radically improves collaboration for open source projects

by Canonical on 17 July 2008

Launchpad 2.0 Radically Improves Collaboration for Open Source Projects. Canonical's Launchpad2.0 Improves Flexibility And Integration of Developer...

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Canonical announces launch of Launchpad Personal Package Archive service for developers

by Canonical on 27 November 2007

Adds Mobile Development Capabilities Canonical today announced the general availability of the Launchpad Personal Package Archive (PPA) service, a new way for...

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Canonical announces beta of Launchpad ‘Personal Package Archive’

by Canonical on 22 July 2007

Canonical today announced the beta release of the Launchpad Personal Package Archive (PPA) service, a new way for developers to build and publish packages of...

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Launchpad 1.0 Beta released

by Canonical on 2 April 2007

Launchpad.net today started public beta testing of Launchpad 1.0, a web-based collaboration service that improves the flow of communication between different...

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Rosetta has been released

by Canonical on 15 February 2007

The Rosetta Translation Portal team is pleased to announce that the portal is now ready for widespread use. Rosetta’s goal is to make the process of...