Ubuntu Weekly Newsletter #110

John Crawford johnc4510 at ubuntu.com
Sun Sep 28 22:21:18 BST 2008

Welcome to the Ubuntu Weekly Newsletter, Issue #110 for the week 
September 21st - September 27th, 2008. In this issue we cover: Potential 
hardware-damaging e1000e driver: Intrepid, Ubuntu 8.10 beta freeze now 
in effect, Ubuntu 8.10 beta approaching, Ubuntu 7.04 reaches end-of-life 
on October 19, 2008, Intrepid Release Parties, Ubuntu Upstream Report, 
Ubuntu Server Survey launched, Introducing the Ubuntu Wanted project, 
Progress of Romanian Translation Team, Regular Bug Jams in Berlin kicked 
off, ABLEconf co-hosted by Ubuntu Arizona LoCo, Mark Shuttleworth named 
"IT Community Hero of the Year", Full Circle Magazine #17, Ubuntu-UK 
Podcast #15, Ubuntu Community interview with John Crawford(johnc4510), 
Linux Foundation opening doors to individual participation, and much, 
much more!

== UWN Translations ==

  * Note to translators and our readers: We are trying a new way of 
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information you need.


== In This Issue ==

  * Potential hardware-damaging e1000e driver: Intrepid
  * Ubuntu 8.10 beta freeze now in effect
  * Ubuntu 8.10 beta approaching
  * Ubuntu 7.04 reaches end-of-life, October 19, 2008
  * Intrepid Release Parties
  * Ubuntu Upstream report
  * Ubuntu Server survey launched
  * Introducing the Ubuntu Wanted project
  * Progress of Romanian Translation Team
  * Ubuntu Stats
  * Regular Bug Jams in Berlin kicked off
  * ABLEconf co-hosted by Ubuntu Arizona LoCo
  * In the Press & Blogosphere
  * Mark Shuttleworth named "IT Community Hero of the Year"
  * Full Circle Magazine #17
  * Ubuntu-UK podcast #15
  * Ubuntu Community interview with John Crawford(johnc4510)
  * Upcoming Meetings & Events
  * Updates & Security

== General Community News ==

=== Potential hardware-damaging e1000e driver: Intrepid ===

Reports have been coming in that the e1000e ethernet driver for Intel 
GigE chipsets, as included upstream in Linux 2.6.27, may under certain 
conditions irreparably damage your ethernet hardware by corrupting the 
on-board firmware. Alpha releases are expected to have a fair number of 
bugs, but bugs that damage hardware is another matter. As a result of 
this bug we must recommend that users do *not* use Intrepid alphas, 
including the LiveCDs, on machines with Intel GigE ethernet.

Efforts to safeguard the hardware of affected users are ongoing, though 
initially this will consist of a workaround in the form of disabling the 
e1000e driver.  Alpha 6 CD images will not be re-issued for this fix, so 
affected users are advised to either use daily CD images once a 
resolution is in place, or to wait for the release of the 8.10 beta, due 
to be released on October 2nd. Further discussion of this issue can be 
found on the ubuntu-devel mailing list at: 
and progress on resolving this issue can be tracked at: 

=== Ubuntu 8.10 beta freeze now in effect ===

In preparation for the Beta release of Ubuntu 8.10, a freeze is now in 
effect.  All uploads to main must go through a member of the release 
team.[1]  Uploads to universe can be manually pushed through the queue 
without release team approval. Issues which are important for the beta 
release will be tracked by the
release team.[2]

  [1] https://launchpad.net/~ubuntu-release

  [2] https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/intrepid/+bugs?field.milestone=1325


=== Ubuntu 8.10 beta approaching ===

Ubuntu 8.10, Intrepid Ibex Beta is scheduled to be released Thursday, 
October 2nd, 2008.  There are milestone bug items remaining[1] that need 
to be cleaned up.  There are also bugs that affect the release as a 
whole.[2] It is also important to address inconsistencies in archiving, 
such as uninstallable packages in main and restricted[3] and undeclared 
Replaces or Conflicts.[4]


  [2] https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/intrepid/+bugs

  [3] http://people.ubuntu.com/~ubuntu-archive/testing/intrepid_probs.html

  [4] http://conflictchecker.ubuntu.com/possible-conflicts/intrepid/


=== Ubuntu 7.04 reaches end-of-life on October 19, 2008 ===

Ubuntu announced the release of 7.04 almost 18 months ago, on April 
19th, 2007. As with the earlier releases, Ubuntu committed to ongoing 
security and critical fixes for a period of 18 months. The support 
period for 7.04 is now nearing its end-of-life date. On Sunday, October 
19th, 2008, Ubuntu security notices will no longer include information, 
or updated packages for Ubuntu 7.04. The supported upgrade path is to 
version 7.10. Those wishing to upgrade to 8.04 must first upgrade to 
7.10, then again to 8.04. https://help.ubuntu.com/community/GutsyUpgrades.


=== Intrepid Release Parties! ===

Ubuntu will be 4 years old with the release of Intrepid Ibex. What 
better time to throw a party than to combine the release with a birthday 
bash? Organizing a party is pretty simple:

  * Pick a date: It is recommended that it be either Thursday, October 
30th, or the following weekend, Nov. 1st or 2nd.
  * Pick a venue: This can be someone’s back yard, a pub, a university 
room, a school, etc. The key thing is not the venue, it is the people.
  * Add your party to the list: 
  * Let the world know: Blog about it, make up some fliers, and put them 
in computers shops, libraries, cafes, educational establishments, etc.

A more detailed guide to organizing a release party can be found at: 
https://wiki.ubuntu.com/BuildingCommunity/RunningReleaseParty. Be sure 
to include your release party on the master list at: 
https://wiki.ubuntu.com/IntrepidReleaseParties. The important thing is 
to get organized, have fun, and help make the release of Intrepid Ibex a 
success in your community.


=== Ubuntu Upstream Report ===

The upstream report at: 
https://edge.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+upstreamreport, is now in shape for 
people to use for bug work. The upstream report is a real-time list of 
the Top 100 projects in Ubuntu, sorted by open bugs. It provides 
information such as how many of those bugs are triaged, how many have an 
upstream task associated to them, and how well those bugs are being 
linked to an upstream bug tracker. Report users are encouraged to 
contact Jorge Castro with feedback concerning better measurement of bug 
linkages, and any other details. More information at the link.


=== Ubuntu Server survey launched ===

The Server Team wants to know: Where does Ubuntu Server fit into your IT 
environment? Members of the Server team devised a set of questions to 
better understand where and why you are using Ubuntu Server to support 
your IT infrastructure. Completing the survey, 
http://survey.ubuntu.com/, takes around 20 minutes and topics such as 
hardware, virtualization and system integration are covered. The survey 
will help prioritize feature requests, guide partnerships when choosing 
new technologies and provide input for the next Ubuntu Developer Summit 
in December 2008. Make your voice heard, shape the future of Ubuntu 
Server, take the survey!


=== Introducing the Ubuntu Wanted project ===

The purpose of the Ubuntu Wanted Project is to provide a place for 
projects, and potential contributors to find each other. Brainstorm 
provides the ideas, with launchpad, and development toolsets providing 
the means. What is needed are people to man the projects, and the Ubuntu 
Wanted Project is intended to serve that purpose. Like most projects, 
this one needs some help, including PHP and SQL skills. To contact Sense 
Hofstede (Qense), go to the #ubuntu-website or email the Ubuntu Website 
mailing list. https://lists.ubuntu.com/mailman/listinfo/ubuntu-website


=== Progress of Romanian Translation Team ===

The Romanian Translation Team has now set up a wiki section that include 
a translation guide, a starter guide, and various templates for emails. 
  Currently, they are involved in translating the Ubuntu Desktop Course, 
which is a slow process.  They have also reorganized the localization 
forum from the Romanian Ubuntu Forum, and are continuing work on GNOME 
packages, passing translations upstream to the coordinator of the GNOME 
Romanian translation team.


== Ubuntu Stats ==

=== Bug Stats ===

  * Open (46224) +131 # over last week
  * Critical (26) -1 # over last week
  * Unconfirmed (20908) -289 # over last week
  * Unassigned (37840) +91 # over last week
  * All bugs ever reported (213360) +2030 # over last week

As always, the Bug Squad needs more help. If you want to get started, 
please see  https://wiki.ubuntu.com/BugSquad

=== Translation Stats Hardy ===

  * Spanish (11871) +2 # over last week
  * English-UK (30840) +2 # over last week
  * French (38909) +2 # over last week
  * Brazilian Portuguese (49866) +2 # over last week
  * Swedish (53190) +2 # over last week

Remaining strings to translate in Ubuntu 8.04 "Hardy Heron," see more 
at: https://translations.launchpad.net/ubuntu/hardy/

=== 5-a-day bug stats ===

Top 5 contributors for the past 7 days

  * apachelogger (455)
  * crimsun (382)
  * maco.m (103)
  * chrisccoulson (88)
  * hew (53)

Top 5 teams for the past 7 days

  * kubuntu-de.org (487)
  * dcteam (485)
  * ubuntu-berlin (78)
  * ubuntu-de-locoteam (47)
  * ubuntu-michigan (15)

5-A-Day stats provided by Daniel Holbach. See 

== LoCo News ==

=== Regular Bug Jams in Berlin kicked off! ===

Daniel Holbach reports on the first of what is to become regularly Bug 
Jams for Berlin. About 15 people showed up, most of them were very new 
to bug triage, but there was plenty of information available for them to 
be able to understand how to get started. They also set up 5-A-Day in 
PPA for everyone. Being a first time event, there was a learning curve 
for those new to working with bugs, including organization, such as 
having a list of bugs ready, and rearranging tables to seat people in 
work groups. Most importantly though:

  * They had lots of fun.
  * There was lots of interest in Upstreaming Bugs.
  * They have active 5-A-Dayers in the Ubuntu Berlin team now.
  * Everybody left very excited


=== ABLEconf co-hosted by Ubuntu Arizona LoCo ===

On September 20th, the Arizona LoCo team in cooperation with the user 
groups in the state co-hosted an open source conference in Phoenix. It 
was a first try at coordinating an event with all the state user groups, 
and according to those who attended, it was a big success. The idea was 
two fold, unite the user groups, and advocate for open source computing 
in Arizona. Members of the team made 3 of the 21 presentations at the 
conference, and worked at the team booth. Special thanks to all the user 
groups that participated in this kickoff event for open source 
conferences in Arizona. For a detailed summary of the event including 
lots of pictures, please visit the link. 

== In The Press ==

  * Ubuntu 8.10 "Intrepid Ibex" (Alpha 6): first impressions  -  Hamish 
Taylor, reporting for ITWire, has written about Intrepid Ibex Alpha, and 
now he has gone on to actually try it. He was expecting it to still be 
buggy, being an Alpha, but was pleased to actually be able to use it to 
write his report. Hamish was also surprised to noticed that Intrepid was 
faster than Hardy Heron, he also noticed improvements in individual 
packages like Gedit, and Nautilus. 

  * Who’s Running Ubuntu: The Works With U 1000 - Joe Panettieri reports 
that Works With U has now obtained 230 entries of people and companies 
running Ubuntu on business servers, desktops and mobile systems. 
Shortly, they will be sorting the entries by vertical market, region, 
etc. This is an update from previous posts concerning the Works With U 

  * Toshiba NB100 netbook announced for the UK - Amy-Mae Elliott for 
Pocket-lint reports that Toshiba has come out with a new mini.  Sporting 
a 1.6GHz Intel Atom CPU, 8.9 inch 1024 X 600 display, Wi-Fi and Ethernet 
port, and 3 USB ports, the NB100 is entering the growing netbook market. 
The unit can either be equipped with Ubuntu 8.04 and OpenOffice 2.4 or 
Microsoft Windows XP Home Edition. 

== In The Blogosphere ==

  * The Validity Of 5-A-Day - Jono Bacon, who is the Ubuntu Community 
Manager for Canonical, responds to the Ubuntu UK podcast's debate about 
the 5-A-Day goal for bug triaging. 5-A-Day isn't necessarily for 
everyone, and at the moment a relatively low number of people are 
participating in 5-A-Day. Despite the low number of participants, in the 
past seven months the 5-A-Day team is responsible for having touched 
over 14,000 bugs, and thanks to the 5-A-Day team's efforts more than 
8,000 bugs have been closed. 5-A-Day team membership fluctuates, and 
Jono gives a list of excellent educational resources available to those 
interested in joining the 5-A-Day team. The 5-A-Day team is making an 
excellent contribution to the Ubuntu community, and anyone with the 
skills to join in is encouraged to do so. http://www.jonobacon.org/?p=1307

  * 5 Things That Make Linux Great - Ken Hess, a DaniWeb Staff 
Writer/Blogger, reports on five aspects that he feels are compelling 
reasons for running Linux. His list points out to Linux newcomers that 
Linux is free, stable, and offers high quality software such as 
OpenOffice.org. These factors, combined with the fact that Linux will 
work well on older systems, make a compelling argument for those 
unfamiliar with Linux to give it a try. Hess suggests if you're a 
beginner to Linux operating systems, and want to try it out, you should 
look at Ubuntu. http://www.daniweb.com/blogs/entry3248.html

  * Ubuntu alpha hits a snag - Christina Warren of the download squad 
blog comments on a serious bug found in 8.10 alpha. "In some 
circumstances it appears possible for the 2.6.27-rc kernels to corrupt 
the NVRAM used by some Intel network parts to store data such as MAC 
addresses. This is limited to the new e1000e driver, and reports have 
only appeared from users of "82566 and 82567 based LAN parts (ich8 and 
ich9)" (to quote Intel)". So far only laptops are effected, but it is 
not fully understood whether desktops or servers are vulnerable as well. 
The e1000e driver in the latest kernel release candidate may potentially 
corrupt NVRAM in Intel 82566 (ich8) and 82567 (ich9) chipsets. This 
could potentially damage hardware. In some cases a BIOS update has 
resurrected hardware, but often the hardware needs to be replaced. 
Christina reports that there is some debate as to whether the alpha 
release should be removed from the download site. Risks are associated 
with running alpha software, though in the overwhelming majority of 
cases, that risk is to software and data, not hardware. To make matters 
worse, this is hardware integrated into the motherboard of a laptop. 
Christina recommends removing the download and driver, and release a 
program to identify if a potential user's system has effected hardware. 

  * Ubuntu, KDE 3.5, the Mac Mini, and the Future - The author of the 
RFD Networks blog comments on Ubuntu and the sickness that he shares 
with many in the Open Source community. Though there are a couple of 
frustrations with running "Ubuntu flavored Gnome" it has become a very 
stable system, so much so that the author is bored. He comments, "I am 
simply bored with getting my work done and not fighting with my 
computer. It is a sickness, I know". In an effort to overcome the 
boredom, he has installed the packages required to run the KDE desktop, 
and was happy to immediately run into the number key issue immediately. 
The author feels that Ubuntu is certainly ready to be the sole OS for 
the average home user, though in his case the desire to tinker with the 
OS superseded his desire for a 100% stable system. 

== In Other News ==

=== Mark Shuttleworth named IT Community Hero of the Year ===

On September 24th, CNET Networks UK announced the winners of the sixth 
annual UK Business Technology Awards. The most illustrious award of the 
evening went to founder of the Ubuntu Foundation, Mark Shuttleworth, who 
received the inaugural 'IT Community Hero of the Year' award. 
Shuttleworth was recognized for the support he has given to the 
community of developers working on the Ubuntu project, and his 
commitment to a freely available operating system that can be used by 
anybody, anywhere in the world.


=== Full Circle Magazine #17 ===

In this month's edition of Full Circle Magazine:
  * Command and Conquer - Nano & Vim.
  * How-To: Program in C - Part 1, Connect to IRC, Using GIMP - Part 6, 
and Scan & Convert to PDF.
  * My Story: …When I Was Two
  * My Opinion: Is This The Year?
  * MOTU Interview: Harald Sitter
  * Top 5: Email Notifiers

Downloads are available at http://fullcirclemagazine.org/issue-17/


=== Ubuntu-UK Podcast #15: Five Sleepy Heads ===

The latest Ubuntu UK Podcast is available, now.  This is the fifteenth 
episode, presented by Laura Cowen, Ciemon Dunville, Alan Pope, Dave 
Walker and Tony Whitmore. Downloads of both OGG and MP3 formats are 
available from the site.

Included in this episode:

  * A discussion on possible backup solutions after one of the team does 
something silly and loses a lot of data.
  * New Chunky Sarcastic News
   * Jono announces the new sponsorship process for the next Ubuntu 
Developer Summit coming up in December.
   * Jaunty Jackalope is announced as the code name of the next release 
(9.04) after 8.10 - Intrepid Ibex.
   * New dark theme in Ubuntu 8.10.
   * Dirac reaches version 1.0, and VLC releases 0.9.2 which supports it.
   * Greg Korah-Hartman hits out at Canonical for not submitting more 
patches to upstream Linux kernel, in his keynote at the Linux Plumbers 
   * IBM releases Lotus Symphony Beta for Ubuntu.
   * Crossover create a WINE based port of Chromium, the web browser 
Google Chrome is built upon.
  * Time to announce the winner of the Bitfolk VPS competition from last 
  * A new competition to win a Canonical Store voucher.
  * We have a heated discussion about 5-a-day.
  * Feedback


=== Ubuntu Community interview with John Crawford(johnc4510) ===

This interview highlights John Crawford(johnc4510), an Ubuntu Member, a 
leader in the Arizona LoCo Team, one of the co-editors of the Ubuntu 
Weekly Newsletter, and an editor for the Ubuntu Fridge. Learn a little 
about his life, his interest in computers, Linux and Ubuntu, and his 
involvement in the community. Find out how he contributes to the 
community even though he's not the most technical person around. Also 
included in the interview are thoughts on his favorite distribution, his 
favorite and least favorite software applications, and much more.


=== Review: Xubuntu 8.10 'Intrepid Ibex' Alpha 6 ===

In this report, Andrew examines Xubuntu 8.10 Alpha 6 from the gamers 
point of view. This is one of a number of reports Andrew has been doing 
on distributions, which include Ubuntu 8.10 Alpha 2, Mandriva 2009 Beta 
1 (KDE4.1), Ubuntu 8.10 Alpha 4, Kubuntu 8.10 Alpha 4 and Kubuntu 8.10 
Alpha 6. He identifies his equipment, then goes into installation and 
what's available directly from the repositories. His feeling is that, 
for older equipment, Xubuntu is the way to go.


=== Linux Foundation opening doors to individual participation ===

The Linux Foundation is now accepting affiliate membership applications 
from individuals.  Unlike the corporate memberships of Platinum, Gold, 
and Silver, the affiliate members are restricted somewhat in the voice 
that they have, but are able to select 2 at-large directors to speak for 
them. In addition, individual affiliate members receive the quarterly 
newsletter and their choice of 3 different T-shirts, all for $49 annually.


== Upcoming Meetings and Events ==

=== Tuesday, September 30, 2008 ===

====  Server Team Meeting ====

  * Start: 15:00 UTC
  * End: 16:00 UTC
  * Location: IRC channel #ubuntu-meeting
  * Agenda: https://wiki.ubuntu.com/ServerTeam/Meeting

==== Loco Council Meeting ====

  * Start: 19:00 - UTC
  * End: 20:30 - UTC
  * Location: IRC channel #ubuntu-meeting
  * Agenda: https://wiki.ubuntu.com/LoCoCouncilAgenda

=== Wednesday, October 1, 2008 ===

==== QA Team Meeting ====

  * Start: 17:00 UTC
  * End: 18:00 UTC
  * Location: IRC channel #ubuntu-meeting
  * Agenda: https://wiki.ubuntu.com/QATeam/Meetings/

==== Platform Team Meeting ====

  * Start: 22:00 UTC
  * End: 23:00 UTC
  * Location: IRC channel #ubuntu-meeting
  * Agenda: None as of publication

==== Ubuntu-pa LoCo Team Meeting ====

  * Start: 08:30 - EDT
  * End: 09:30 - EDT
  * Location: IRC channel #ubuntu-pa
  * Agenda: Not listed as of publication

=== Thursday, October 2, 2008 ===

==== Maryland LoCo IRC Meeting ====

  * Start: 00:00 - UTC
  * End: 01:00 - UTC
  * Location: IRC channel #ubuntu-us-md
  * Agenda: Not listed as of publication

==== Ubuntu Mobile Team Meeting ====

  * Start: 12:00 UTC
  * End: 13:00 UTC
  * Location: IRC channel #ubuntu-meeting
  * Agenda: None as of publication

==== Desktop Team Meeting ====

  * Start: 13:00 UTC
  * End: 14:00 UTC
  * Location: IRC channel #ubuntu-meeting
  * Agenda: http://wiki.ubuntu.com/DesktopTeam/Meeting

==== Ubuntu Java Meeting ====

  * Start: 14:00 UTC
  * End: 15:00 UTC
  * Location: IRC channel #ubuntu-meeting
  * Agenda: None as of publication

=== Friday, October 3, 2008 ===

==== MOTU Meeting ====

  * Start: 12:00 - UTC
  * End: 13:00 - UTC
  * Location: IRC channel #ubuntu-meeting
  * Agenda: Not listed as of publication

=== Saturday, October 4, 2008 ===

==== Xubuntu Community Meeting ====

  * Start: 13:00 - UTC
  * End: 15:00 - UTC
  * Location: IRC channel #ubuntu-meeting
  * Agenda: https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Xubuntu/Meetings

== Updates and Security for 6.06, 7.04, 7.10, and 8.04 ==

=== Security Updates ===

  * [USN-645-1] Firefox and xulrunner vulnerabilities - 
  * [USN-645-2] Firefox vulnerabilities - 
  * [USN-645-3] Firefox and xulrunner regression - 
  * [USN-647-1] Thunderbird vulnerabilities - 
  * Ubuntu 7.04 reaches end-of-life on October 19, 2008 - 

=== Ubuntu 6.06 LTS Updates ===

  * firefox 1.5.dfsg+ - 
mozilla-thunderbird_1.5.0.13+ - 

=== Ubuntu 7.04 Updates ===

Ubuntu 7.04 will reach the end of it's support period on Sunday, October 
19, 2008.  After that date, no further listing for it will be posted 
here.  You are encouraged to upgrade to Ubuntu 7.10.

  * firefox - 
mozilla-thunderbird_1.5.0.13+ - 

=== Ubuntu 7.10 Updates ===

  * firefox - 
  * thunderbird - 

=== Ubuntu 8.04 Updates ===

  * kde-guidance 0.8.0svn20080103-0ubuntu16.2 - 
  * ngircd 0.10.3-2ubuntu0.2 - 
  * firefox-3.0_3.0.2+build6+nobinonly-0ubuntu0.8.04.1 - 
  * xulrunner-1.9_1.9.0.2+build6+nobinonly-0ubuntu0.8.04.1 - 
  * firefox - 
  * firefox-3.0_3.0.3+build1+nobinonly-0ubuntu0.8.04.1 - 
  * xulrunner-1.9_1.9.0.3+build1+nobinonly-0ubuntu0.8.04.1 - 
  * thunderbird - 
  * util-linux 2.13.1-5ubuntu3 - 
  * fastjar 2:0.95-1ubuntu1 - 
  * ffmpeg 3:0.cvs20070307-5ubuntu7.2 - 
  * system-config-samba 1.2.50-0ubuntu2.2 - 
  * nautilus-sendto 0.13.2-0ubuntu3 - 
  * nautilus 1: - 
  * gtk+2.0 2.12.9-3ubuntu - 
  * glib2.0 2.16.6-0ubuntu1 - 

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