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9 posts from May 2011

Celebrate Ubuntu!

By Canonical, 31 May 2011

At UDS in Budapest we held a session on the idea of a toolkit for community members. It would allow anyone excited enough to show off and celebrate their use...

Ubuntu Showcase, Computex: May 31st

By Canonical, 25 May 2011

Next week, Canonical will present an executive briefing on developments in Ubuntu Desktop, Cloud and Server. Christopher Kenyon, Canonical EVP, will be...

Ivanka, quo vadis?

By Canonical, 25 May 2011

On the 1st of June 2011 I will be departing these shores on an extended honeymoon with my husband of almost 3 months! I am taking what I believe is officially...

Open source: an educated decision

By Canonical, 20 May 2011

In this white paper, we de-bunk the myths that proprietary companies have built up to discredit open-source technology, explaining how it can help schools,...

Here we go again!

By Canonical, 18 May 2011

Every 6 months the Ubuntu journey starts anew. Those of us entering yet another cycle assume that this all makes sense to the outside world but I like to post...

Steel Storm: Burning Retribution in Ubuntu

By Canonical, 17 May 2011

Looking for some arcade fun and action? Well then head over to the Ubuntu Software Center and grab a copy of Steel Storm: Burning Retribution? It’s a...

Canonical joins GENIVI and announces Ubuntu version for in-vehicle infotainment

By Canonical, 12 May 2011

Canonical today announces it has joined The GENIVI Alliance, a non-profit industry alliance committed to driving the broad adoption of an open source...

Canonical and Lenovo Collaboration in China

By Canonical, 9 May 2011

Canonical can give details of more machines coming online from Lenovo in the Chinese consumer market. There are now over 30 Lenovo ThinkPads certified with...

Matt Zimmerman leaving Canonical

By Canonical, 6 May 2011

I joined Canonical in June of 2004 as a member of the founding team, before we even had a name for the company. In June 2011, after just over seven years as...