thumbKubuntu 13.10 Quick Look

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Published on: June 5, 2013

I am in the process of moving my blog to a video blog. I will be embedding the videos here. So, In this video I look over the install process and a quick look at the three launchers that Kubuntu 13.10 ships. Application Launcher, Application Launcher Menu and Homerun. Cheers!

Kubuntu Community Update

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Published on: May 28, 2012

I know that it has been a while since I have made any updates to you guys. Earlier this month, developer Jonathan Riddle and I were both at UDS (Ubuntu Developer Summit) and during that time we had a meeting with Canonical about the trademark. While not all of the paperwork is signed or finalized[...]

Kubuntu: Updates

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Published on: May 1, 2012

In my last post, I said that I would talk to Blue Systems and try to find more information on what was expected or, what the goals from Blue Systems were. I recently had a conversation with Clemens, the head of Blue Systems about Blue Systems and Kubuntu. As I have said in the past,[...]

Kubuntu: Moving Forward

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Published on: April 19, 2012

As the buzz continues with all of the changes happening to Kubuntu, I wanted to sit down a moment and give a clear update as to what is going on. This is to help update the community as large with the updates and it is my desire to keep everyone informed. So, sit back as I take[...]

UDS Sponsorship is open!

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Published on: January 28, 2012

If there is one thing that is so amazing about the Ubuntu Developers Summit is their sponsorship program. For UDS-Q in Oakland, CA USA the sponsorship request is now open. Head on over and fill it out. They love to see new people at UDS and it is an experience like none other. If you can’t make[...]

The Ignored Group of Ubuntu

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Published on: November 2, 2011

This morning in the Community Roundtable, Jono talked about the culture of Ubuntu and how it is changing and morphing. This caused me to think about another group of people who have popped up in the Ubuntu (And open source in general) world. Just Users. There is an open source culture out there that if[...]

Kubuntu Documentation – Translations!

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Published on: September 15, 2011

Wow, it’s happened once again. The Kubuntu Documentation Team has pulled through another cycle. I want to give special thanks to Jonathan Jesse, Valorie Zimmerman and Nitesh Mistry for all of their hard work in getting this done. Now we give the job over to the hard working translators for their work. If you want to[...]

Ubuntu Leadership Team

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Published on: September 7, 2011

A couple of months ago I wrote about Leadership in Ubuntu Community. The take I got from it in IRC was very well received. Then life hit and I didn’t do anything about it. I was hoping that from the talks at UDS-O and the conversations I have had that something would have happened during[...]

Libertopia 2011 – Call For Help

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Published on: September 6, 2011

Libertopia 2011 What is it? Libertopia is an annual festival of peace, freedom, music, community and ideas that will change the World. It is a unique experience…a 3 day celebration of our individuality and diversity packed with renowned speakers, workshops, panels, parties, banquets, music, film, art, literature, commerce, exhibitors, themed camps, performers, social networking and[...]

Kubuntu Doc Jam

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Published on: August 30, 2011

Well, this is a second Global Jam I am writing about and hosting. This one is different because it will be hosted online. Now you may be asking why this is a Kubuntu Doc Jam and not Ubuntu. Simply put, Ubuntu System Docs now uses Mallard and not DocBook plus, I’m leading the charge for[...]

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