ubuntu

X marks the spot

LXD is the pure-container hypervisor What a great Wily it’s been, and for those of you who live on the latest release and haven’t already updated, the bits are baked and looking great. You can jump the queue if you know where to look while we spin up the extra servers needed for IMG and …

Nominations to the 2015 Ubuntu Community Council

Wednesday, November 11th, 2015 I am delighted to nominate these long-standing members of the Ubuntu community for your consideration in the upcoming Community Council election. * Phillip Ballew https://launchpad.net/~philipballew* Walter Lapchynski https://launchpad.net/~wxl* Marco Ceppi https://launchpad.net/~marcoceppi* Jose Antonio Rey https://launchpad.net/~jose* Laura Czajkowskii https://launchpad.net/~czajkowski* Svetlana Belkin https://launchpad.net/~belkinsa* Chris Crisafulli https://launchpad.net/~itnet7* Michael Hall https://launchpad.net/~mhall119* Scarlett Clark https://launchpad.net/~sgclark* C …

Thank you CC

Just to state publicly my gratitude that the Ubuntu Community Council has taken on their responsibilities very thoughtfully, and has demonstrated a proactive interest in keeping the community happy, healthy and unblocked. Their role is a critical one in the Ubuntu project, because we are at our best when we are constantly improving, and we are …

The mouse that jumped

The naming of Ubuntu releases is, of course, purely metaphorical. We are a diverse community of communities – we are an assembly of people interested in widely different things (desktops, devices, clouds and servers) from widely different backgrounds (hello, world) and with widely different skills (from docs to design to development, and those are just the …

Beavering away at the brilliantly bionic 18.04 LTS

Congratulations to Team *Buntu on the release of our Artful Aardvark 17.10, featuring all your favourite desktop environments, kubernetes 1.8, the latest OpenStack, and security updates for 9 months, which takes us all the way to our next enterprise release, Ubuntu 18.04 LTS. A brumous development cycle always makes for cool-headed work and brisk progress …