Ubuntu Weekly Newsletter Issue 330
Welcome to the Ubuntu Weekly Newsletter. This is issue #330 for the week August 12 – 18, 2013, and the full version is available here.
In this issue we cover:
Ubuntu Edge breaks crowd-sourcing record
Fosscon 2013 – all done til 2014
Juju Ecosystem Status for 14 August
Matt Fischer: Hacking the initrd in Ubuntu Touch
Ubuntu Women: The First Ubuntu Women Survey
Didier Roche: Release early, release often, release every 4h!
Kubuntu: KDE Plasma, Applications 4.11 & Amarok 2.8
Jorge O. Castro: Official Ubuntu Server Book 3rd Edition Now Available
Benjamin Kerensa: Firefox To Remain Default…. Very Nice!
Jono Bacon: Mir Update and Testing Mir in Ubuntu 13.10
Canonical Design Team: Usability testing: how do we design effective tasks
Nicholas Skaggs: Feature freeze coming? Let’s test!
Sunsetting Ubuntu Friendly
Why Ubuntu’s creator still invests his fortune in an unprofitable company
Canonical On Why They Chose Indiegogo Over Kickstarter For The Ubuntu Edge
In The Blogosphere
Featured Audio and Video
Weekly Ubuntu Development Team Meetings
Monthly Team Reports: July 2013
Upcoming Meetings and Events
Updates and Security for 10.04, 12.04, 12.10 and 13.04
And much more!
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