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7 posts from January 2010

Lucid Paper Jam update!

By Canonical, 26 January 2010

I thought I’d write a quick update on paper cut progress for Lucid. Last week was our “Sound & Video” paper jam. The following paper cuts were fixed: Totem: Must have a fullscreen button…

Improving Launchpad bug workflow for opportunistic programmers

By Canonical, 24 January 2010

I’m a talented software engineer. I have a good deal of application programming experience on Windows, Mac OS, Linux, iPhone, Android, and the Web. I’m crazy about style guidelines, correctness, functional decomposition, self-…

ISV support for Ubuntu Server Edition widens

By Canonical, 22 January 2010

This week were very pleased to see three companies behind three great technologies announce their support for Ubuntu. In the run up to the LTS in late April we are keen that our users are aware of the growing number of application options…

IBM Client for Smart Work with Ubuntu support released

By Canonical, 18 January 2010

At Lotusphere today we announced the availability of the IBM Client for Smart Work complete with support from Canonical. It is a significant milestone both for potential end users and for the Canonical and IBM channel. One of the gating…

Draggy Fists

By Canonical, 12 January 2010

It always feels dangerous to mess with the mouse pointer when working with Flash as it has a tendency to vanish entirely if you you miss a mouse eve due to the mouse button being released outside the Flash window. This has resulted…

Empathy Paper Jam

By Canonical, 11 January 2010

Last week marked our first “paper jam” for the Lucid cycle, during which the Ubuntu community identified ten potential paper cuts affecting Empathy to fix in Ubuntu 10.04. These paper cuts include: Open (but do not…

Canonical celebrates new UA: Landscape interface with Ubuntu Advantage free trial offer

By Canonical, 1 January 2010

New interface significantly eases feature deployment for systems management tool LONDON, 1 December 2010 — Canonical today announced a free trial to showcase the entirely new interface for its systems management solution, Ubuntu…