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7 posts from August 2009

One Hundred Paper Cuts Round 8 Progress Report

By Canonical, 28 August 2009

One Hundred Paper Cuts Round 8 came and went last week, and good progress was made: Login screen clock has AM/PM suffix despite 24-hour format Ted M Lin identified the root of the problem (a small string time descriptor needed…

Canonical at VMWorld 2009

By Canonical, 26 August 2009

Next week (31 August through 3 September) VMorld 2009 kicks off in San Francisco at the Moscone Center. For the second year, Canonical has a booth to demonstrate Ubuntu’s virtualization and cloud computing capabilities. Last year…

One Hundred Paper Cuts Round 7 Progress Report

By Canonical, 20 August 2009

One Hundred Paper Cuts Round 7 drew to a close last week. Here are the paper cuts that were (or were not) addressed: GNOME Panel icons (on right side) move apparently randomly on session start in some situations Ryan Maki…

One Hundred Paper Cuts Round 6 Progress Report

By Canonical, 11 August 2009

One Hundred Paper Cuts Round 6 contained some of the easiest-to-fix paper cuts we’ve seen so far, but it made less progress than any previous milestone. Perhaps this is indicative of the psychology behind paper cuts; the bugs that…

One Hundred Paper Cuts Round 5 Progress Report

By Canonical, 10 August 2009

Without further ado, here’s an update on the fifth round of the One Hundred Paper Cuts project. The paper cuts addressed were: When nautilus cannot unmount a media, it must tell why Karmic inherited a nice dialog from…

One Hundred Paper Cuts Round 4 Progress Report

By Canonical, 4 August 2009

The fourth milestone in the One Hundred Paper Cuts project came and went over a week ago. Here’s a summary of the issues addressed: F-Spot puts photos in Photos folder not Pictures folder A patch from an F-Spot developer…

Landscape System Management Tool Adds Dedicated Server

By Canonical, 4 August 2009

Today we are announcing the Landscape Dedicated Server Edition — a stand alone version of Landscape that users can install on-site giving them complete control of their Ubuntu environment. This is one of our most requested features…