Ubuntu Weekly Newsletter #208

Amber Graner akgraner at ubuntu.com
Tue Aug 31 05:01:35 BST 2010

Welcome to the Ubuntu Weekly Newsletter, Issue 208 for the week of
August 22nd - August 28th, 2010.

== Links UWN In Other Formats ==

 * Link to the UWN Wiki Page -

 * Link to PDF Version of UWN -

== In This Issue ==

 * 11.04 Ubuntu Developer Summit Announced
 * Getting More Developers Interested In Participating In Ubuntu
 * Ubuntu Stats
 * Bug Stats
 * Translation Stats Lucid
 * Ubuntu Brainstorm Top 5 this week
 * Maverick Meerkat Release Parties
 * Ubuntu LAN Party at Kwartzlab was a lot of fun!
 * First Debian/Ubuntu Community Conference in Italy
 * Michigan LoCo Jam – Another Success!
 * New Maine LoCo website
 * Operation: Wiki De-Kruft
 * Launchpad News
 * Articulating IRC Contributions Concisely
 * Rocking The Application Indicators
 * This week in design – 27 August 2010
 * Interview with Ubuntu IRC Council Member – Jussi Schultink
 * Boo-yah!!!
 * What are the barriers to walking the MOTU/Developer path?
 * In The Press
 * In The Blogosphere
 * Full Circle Magazine: We’ve got issue 40 (and a new logo) for you!
 * Ubuntu Tweak 0.5.6 Released - Adds Desktop Recovery Feature
 * Ubuntu One taking care of Windows users ... not so much users of
other Linux distributions
 * Canonical: The cloud shift is developer-led
 * LinuxCon 2010
 * Featured Podcasts
 * Weekly Ubuntu Development Team Meetings
 * Upcoming Meetings and Events
 * Updates and Security
 * UWN Sneak Peek
 * And Much Much More!

== General Community News ==

=== 11.04 Ubuntu Developer Summit Announced ===

Hot on the heels of the announcement of the Natty Narwhal, I am
tickled pink to announce the details of the next Ubuntu Developer
Summit taking place in Orlando, USA from 25th – 29th October 2010. We
also have a brand new Ubuntu Developer Summit website which provides
all the details about how to get there and why UDS is interesting if
you are in our community, if you are an upstream, and if you are a

The Ubuntu Developer Summit one of the most important events in the
Ubuntu calendar and at it we discuss, debate and design the next
version of Ubuntu. We bring together the entire Canonical development
team and sponsor a large number of community members across the wide
range of areas in which people contribute to Ubuntu. This includes
packaging, translations, documentation, testing, LoCo teams and more.
UDS is an incredible experience, filled with smart and enthusiastic
people, fast paced and exhausting, but incredibly gratifying to be
part of the process that builds the next Ubuntu.

For every UDS, Canonical sponsors a number of community members to
attend the event. We are looking for those who want to bring some real
insight and expertise in their area of Ubuntu, be it development or
community governance. If you feel you could offer this but can’t
afford to cover your expenses of attending, you should apply for
sponsorship. The deadline for sponsorship is 8th September 2010.


=== Getting More Developers Interested In Participating In Ubuntu ===

I am just beginning to get into the planning stages for the next cycle
for my team, and as part of this cycle we would like to really focus
on attracting more developers to participate in Ubuntu. We would like
to see more people interested in getting involved in packaging, fixing
bugs, and joining our community. Daniel Holbach on my team will be
leading much of this work.

Right now the 11.04 planning slate is clean, and we are looking for
what you all feel are the areas in which Daniel’s time and effort
would be best spent in the interests of having more people

Where do you think we should focus our efforts?


== Ubuntu Stats ==

=== Bug Stats ===

 * Open (77701) +455 over last week
 * Critical (35) +5 over last week
 * Unconfirmed (37605) +16 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 Lucid ===

 1. English (United Kingdom) (0) +/-0 over last week
 2. Spanish (8577) -296 over last week
 3. Brazilian Portuguese (33658) -194 over last week
 4. French (37746) -98 over last week
 5. German (54047) -66 over last week

Remaining strings to translate in Ubuntu 10.04 "Lucid Lynx", see more
at: https://translations.launchpad.net/ubuntu/lucid/

=== Ubuntu Brainstorm Top 5 this week ===

 * No easy method to downgrade packages to repository versions -
 * Ubuntu manual hard to find for those to whom it is most use -
 * Remove several wireless networks at once -
 * Ubuntu/Canonical should contribute funds/code to Gnash -
 * It is very difficult to configure button mappings. -

Ubuntu Brainstorm is a community site geared toward letting you add
your ideas for Ubuntu. You can submit your own idea, or vote for or
against another idea. http://brainstorm.ubuntu.com/

== LoCo News ==

=== Maverick Meerkat Release Parties ===

Not long left till Maverick Meerkat aka 10.10 is released with that in
 mind it’s time for loco teams to start to plan for their release
party.  I’ve added the global event to the LoCo Directory Maverick
Meerkat is scheduled for  release on the 10th of the 10th 2010. To
celebrate 10.10 LoCo teams have  organised parties to celebrate these

Release parties are a great way to celebrate, meet new friends and
often introduce new people to Ubuntu and to our local communities.
Release parties are not only great way to meet people but also they
are a lot of  fun.  Please add your event to the LoCo Directory.

To find out more information on how you can plan a release party go to:


=== Ubuntu LAN Party at Kwartzlab was a lot of fun! ===

Kwartzlab got a new type of event which has been beta tested early
this month: The Ubuntu LAN Party! Eric organised this first event,
which remained solely within the realms of kwatzlab and gave the
kwartlab members the privilege to attend this premiere.


=== First Debian/Ubuntu Community Conference in Italy ===

Paolo Sammicheli announces - The Italian Mini-Debconf and the
Ubuntu-it meeting will be held together, in an collaborative community
conference called DUCC-IT 2010. It will be held in Perugia on Saturday
18 September, contemporary celebrating the Software Freedom Day 2010.
A warm-up hacknight and a key-signing party have been organized for
Friday and Sunday (17th-19th Sept) on a local Hacklab. Current Debian
Project Leader Stefano Zacchiroli has already confirmed his presence
with a keynote.

For more information on this conference go to:


=== Michigan LoCo Jam – Another Success! ===

Greg Grossmeier writes -  Another Ubuntu Global Jam means another
Michigan LoCo success. Greg also notes, I think we hit every single
proposed topic during the Jam. We talked about how to use the Ubuntu
area of StackExchange and even had a few members post answers and gain
some reputation points. We did some ISO testing (and ran up against
bug 608382). We reported some bugs (bug 625989 and bug 626003). And we
even played with some new toys (Gib’s 16 megapixel(?!) $10(?!) digital
video camera).

To read more about the Michigan LoCo team’s Global Jam go to:


=== New Maine LoCo website ===

Clay Weber of the maine team talks about the Maine LoCo Team website.

For more information go to:


=== Operation: Wiki De-Kruft ===

Paul Tagliamonte describes Wiki De-Kruft.  So begins Operation Wiki De-Kruft
We’ll ( LoCo Teams / LoCo Council ) be working on a new project (
which I’d like to call ‘Operation: Wiki-Dekruft’ in a hopeless effort
to make it sound like something fun ) to ensure the Wiki is

There’s a lot out there, and we’re migrating over to the LoCo
Directory, just in case you’ve not figured that out yet. If ya’ll
could run through the wiki and find all the pages that are out of
date, unused or just plain useless and add the Category
“CategoryLoCoObsolete” to it, you will stop seeing my posts about it.

Now there’s incentive!

We’ll blast through this list later on ( once LD is feature complete )
and blow away the pages ( note the action words ) that don’t need to
exist anymore ( read: lists that are duplicated elsewhere, events,
blah blah blah ).

For more information go to:


== Launchpad News ==

=== Meet Jon Sackett ===

Matthew Revell interviews Jon Sackett in this lasted interview.  Jon
Sackett joined the Launchpad Registry team a couple of weeks ago.

To read the quick run-down of who he is go to:


== The Planet ==

=== Jono Bacon: Articulating IRC Contributions Concisely ===

Jono has started a discussion on his blog regarding the current
inability of being able to accurately assess a person's contributions
through IRC Channels. The methods used to assess contributions in the
Ubuntu Forums and Ubuntu Stack Exchange are not present in IRC. Follow
Jono as he explores some ideas to accurately asses IRC contributions:


=== Jono Bacon: Rocking The Application Indicators ===

Some time back the Ayatana project introduced the Application
Indicator Framework, based upon technology created by the KDE project.
We have been shipping this technology in Ubuntu for a few releases now
and it makes the top-right part of the desktop a smooth, efficient,
and pleasant experience, getting over the inconsistent and limiting
notification area we had before.

To find out more about The Application Indicators go to:


=== Canonical Design Team: This week in design – 27 August 2010 ===

This week we caught a chill in the form of our UI Freeze. That meant
that from here on we should only be fixing bugs in the next release of
A highlight of the design contributions this week was the wonderful
user contributed wallpapers!

To read more about what the Design Team has been up to go to:


=== Amber Graner: Interview with Ubuntu IRC Council Member – Jussi Schultink ===

In this audio interview Amber talks to Ubuntu IRC Council Member,
Jussi Schultink.  Jussi is an active Ubuntu Member as well as and
Ubuntu IRC Council Member. Thank you Jussi I really appreciate you
taking the time to speak with me and share your thoughts on being an
IRC Council member and more.

If you want to hear how Jussi answered the questions below go to:


=== Canonical Design Team: Boo-yah!!! ===

Back in Karmic, we had managed to fix 76 papercut bugs before final release.
During the Lucid cycle, we fixed another 102 bugs before final release.
Now in Maverick, 105 bugs have been beaten into submission already!
This is the first time, in the three editions, we have managed to make
a hundred changes well before User-Interface Freeze!
A huge thank-you to all the eager patch-makers, amazing upstreams and
stealth uploaders for getting us this far!
We are not done yet! No! We still have time to fix more bugs for
Maverick. Can we make up for Karmic? Can we get to 300?
Often folks are baffled while looking for ways to start contributing
to Ubuntu. Papercut bugs are a quick-n-easy way to get your feet wet
in Ubuntu development.

To find out more information and how you can help go to:


=== Mackenzie Morgan: What are the barriers to walking the
MOTU/Developer path? ===

I asked this on Ubuntu.StackExchange but only got 3 answers so far, so
I wanted to put this a bit more publicly too. What keeps you from
packaging, patching, etc? If you do those things, what keeps you from
applying for upload rights?

About 150 people are members of lp:~ubuntu-dev right now. There are
also a handful of people who haven't yet become MOTU or joined another
developer team but do good work. More hands are always needed, so
what's keeping the rest of you folks away from this area of

For reference, 150 is a pretty small number given about 30,000
packages. Debian has more like 1000 developers.

For more information go to:


== In The Press ==

=== Ubuntu Users Stranded After Bungled Update ===

A flawed update to the windowing system in Ubuntu was incorrectly
released for Ubuntu 6.06 LTS, which left some users at a command
prompt. The following morning Canonical disabled mirrors and issued a
fixed patch to restore the affect systems. For the full story, read
more below:


=== Preparing for Ubuntu 10.10 with the Platform Rally ===

Canonical developer, Dave Walker, shares more insight into the
development of Ubunutu 10.10. This month, the Ubuntu platform sprint
rally goes under the spotlight…


=== Ten criticisms of Ubuntu 10.04 ===

Ubuntu may be one of the best operating systems around, but that does
not put it beyond criticism, says Jack Wallen. Jack Wallen looks at
the following:

 1. The new themes
 2. The lack of Samba
 3. No Gimp
 4. New init system
 5. No PayPal for Ubuntu Music Store
 6. Nouveau drivers
 7. New logo
 8. Gwibber problems
 9. No Google Chrome
 10. Still no welcome screen

For more information go to:


=== Amber Graner chats with Stormy Peters, Executive Director of The
GNOME Foundation ===

In this interview Amber Graner chats with Stormy Peters, Executive
Director of the GNOME Foundation. Stormy chats with Amber about The
GNOME Foundation, Project and Ubuntu.


=== You In Ubuntu: People, Personalities, and Planners: Who's behind
your FOSS events? Ohio LinuxFest Planner - Beth Lynn Eicher ===

Amber chats with Beth Lynn Eicher about the upcoming Ohio LinuxFest and UbuCon.

Want to know more about the UbuCon and the Ohio LinuxFest go to:


=== A Win-Lin situation: moving a small office over to Linux ===

Michael Pope is the focus of this article, his employer recently asked
him to migrate a small accounting firm from Windows to Linux. Michael
details his experience and the methods he used; ultimately choosing to
serve thin clients with the Linux Terminal Server Project while using
Ubuntu as the primary platform. For the entire article and all the
details, read more below:


== In The Blogosphere ==

=== Keep the "Linux" out of it Please ===

Jeff Hoogland looks at why Android and Ubuntu share such large success
as Linux-based operating systems. He posits that this is partially
because neither mentions Linux in its advertising. He wants to know if
others agree and if this is a sign of problems with Linux as a brand.


=== Rethinking Canonical’s Ubuntu Business Strategy ===

Christopher Tozzi of WorksWithU writes about the changes of
Canonical's business strategy since 2007/2008. He focuses on how
they've branched out from just being concerned about the desktop and
server editions to how now they also have other incentives for people
using Ubuntu. This ranges from things like Unity and Ubuntu Light to
Ubuntu One, Launchpad, and their work on cloud computing.


=== Back to School with Ubuntu ===

Joe Panettieri of WorksWithU talks about the ZaReason back-to-school
specials for computers preinstalled with Ubuntu. He thinks these are
important and wonders how Canonical and Ubuntu OEMS can work to better
promote such specials so that more people are aware of them outside of
the existing community.


=== New Job, New Blog ===

Allison Randal talks about her new job with Canonical as the Technical
Architect of Ubuntu.  In this blog post Allison talks about this new
position and how she got there.

To learn more about Allison Randal go to:


=== The New Wallpapers and Theme of Ubuntu 10.10 ===

Marcus Nestor, Softpedia, talks about seventeen new beautiful
wallpapers and a lightweight and eye-candy theme the he says will
please every existing and future Ubuntu 10.10 users!

To see the screen shots of these new looks for your desktop go to:


=== Open textbooks to the rescue ===

Mark Horner is a Fellow at the Shuttleworth Foundation. Mark’s
specialty is open content for education: figuring out how to produce
textbooks collaboratively. He’s done amazing work in the past,
independently, leading an initiative to produce free high school
science textbooks, and has lead the acquisition of a full set of
textbooks in SA and their publication under an open content licence by
the Foundation. Today, he’s been presented with a really awesome
opportunity: provide open content to all of SA, with full backing from
the department of education. He needs help, though, to make sure the
current drafts of the Maths and Science textbooks are free of typos.

To find out more information and how you can help go to:


== In Other News ==

=== Full Circle Magazine: We’ve got issue 40 (and a new logo) for you! ===

It’s hard to believe, but we’re already at issue 40!  We’ve got a lot
of great stuff for you in this issue, including a spiffy new logo
redesign by Thorsten Wilms.  You might also notice a slight font
change-that’s the new (official) Ubuntu font.
This month:
 * Command and Conquer.
 * How-To : Program in Python – Part 14, Virtualize Part 3 –
OpenSolaris, and ADSL Modem As A Switch.
 * Review – SOFA Statistics.
 * Top 5 – Favourite Apps.
 * plus: MOTU Interview, Ubuntu Games, My Opinion, My Story, and now
with all new LoCo and Translation Team interviews!

Download issue 40 at: http://fullcirclemagazine.org/issue-40/

P.S. In addition, we’re trial-ing an awesome new Full Circle Notifier
app. Take a look!

For more information go to:


=== Ubuntu Tweak 0.5.6 Released - Adds Desktop Recovery Feature ===

OMG!Ubuntu reports on the new version of Ubuntu Tweak. Ubuntu Tweak
just released version 0.5.6 which includes now a desktop recovery.
This will backup current settings and be able to reset to either a
backup or default should settings go awry.


=== Ubuntu One taking care of Windows users ... not so much users of
other Linux distributions ===

Steven Rosenberg, of Tech Talk discusses Ubuntu One.  A look at the
roadmap for Ubuntu One reveals the following feature planned for
Maverick — Windows file sync: Addresses the needs of the many Ubuntu
users who operate in a mixed platform environment of Ubuntu + Windows
... Will support syncing files between Windows desktops and your
Ubuntu One personal cloud ... I wonder, what about a free, open-source
Ubuntu One client that could be used in any Linux distribution?

To read the full article go to:
=== Canonical: The cloud shift is developer-led ===

Jack Clark, ZDNet UK  - The cloud is expanding, with more services
coming online from established providers and new entrants. But each
time a major player such as Amazon Web Services or Rackspace is marked
out for its potential to expand its cloud portfolio, it raises the
question of how open the marketplace will be for customers if a
handful of big providers end up dominating the industry.

[Neil] Levine [of Canonical] spoke to ZDNet UK to discuss the role
open source has to play in keeping the barriers down for companies
providing services within the cloud, and how the move to enterprise
cloud computing is developer-led.

To read the interview in full go to:

=== LinuxCon 2010 ===

Jamie Bennett writes about his experience at LinuxCon 2010. This month
I had the pleasure of attending LinuxCon in Boston. The event was a
great success and I managed to get some face-to-face time with old and
new friends alike, including the new Ubuntu Release Manager, Kate
Stewart and the new Ubuntu Technical Architect,Allison Randal among

For more information go to:


== Featured Podcasts ==

=== Lococast.net Episode 5 - Everyone to Ohio ===

 * Guest Co-Host Amber Graner
 * Interview with Amber Graner (See written : transcipt-ish version at
 * Loco Conversation
 * Ohio Linux Intro http://ohiolinux.org
 * Other Events
 * Ubuntu StackExchange Follow Up
 * Books

To download this episode go to -

For more information go to:


=== At Home With Jono Bacon ===

If you missed the August 25th, 2010 videocast last week it can be
found at: http://www.ustream.tv/recorded/9143884

For more information go to:


== Weekly Ubuntu Development Team Meetings ==

 * Ubuntu Desktop Team Meeting Minutes for August 24, 2010
 * Ubuntu Mobile Team Meeting Minutes from August 24, 1010
 * Ubuntu Server Team Meeting Minutes for August 24, 2010
 * Ubuntu Kernel Team Meeting Minutes for August 24, 2010
 * Ubuntu Foundations Team Meeting Minutes for August 25, 2010
 * Ubuntu Release Team Meeting Minutes for August 27, 2010

== Upcoming Meetings and Events ==

=== Tuesday, 31 August 2010 ===

==== Asia - Oceania RMB Meeting ====

 * Start: 10:00 UTC
 * End: 11:00 UTC
 * Location: IRC channel #ubuntu-meeting on freenode.net
 * Agenda: https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Membership/RegionalBoards/AsiaOceania

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

 * Start: 13:00 UTC
 * End: 14:00 UTC
 * Location: IRC channel #ubuntu-meeting on freenode.net
 * Agenda: https://wiki.ubuntu.com/MobileTeam/Meeting

==== Developer Membership Board ====

 * Start: 14:00 UTC
 * End: 15:00 UTC
 * Location: IRC channel #ubuntu-meeting on freenode.net
 * Agenda: not listed as of publication

==== Desktop Team Meeting ====

 * Start: 16:30 UTC
 * End: 17:30 UTC
 * Location: IRC channel #ubuntu-desktop on freenode.net
 * Agenda: https://wiki.ubuntu.com/DesktopTeam/Meeting

==== Kernel Team Meeting ====

 * Start: 17:00 UTC
 * End: 18:00 UTC
 * Location: IRC channel #ubuntu-meeting on freenode.net
 * Agenda: Not listed as of publication

=== Wednesday, 1 September 2010 ===

==== Weekly Ubuntu Foundations team meeting ====

 * Start: 15:00 UTC
 * End: 16:00 UTC
 * Location: IRC channel #ubuntu-meeting on freenode.net
 * Agenda: Found under
https:/wiki.ubuntu.com/FoundationsTeam/Meetings/YYYY/MMDD * Info:

==== Jono Bacon @ Home Videocast : Various Topics and Q+A ====

 * Start: 18:00 UTC
 * End: 19:00 UTC
 * Location: http://www.ustream.tv/channel/at-home-with-jono-bacon
 * Agenda: This is a weekly videocast by the Ubuntu Community Manager,
Jono Bacon in which he discusses a range of topics and also provides a
regular weekly Q+A.

==== Edubuntu Meeting ====

 * Start: 19:00 UTC
 * End: 20:00 UTC
 * Location: IRC channel #ubuntu-meeting on freenode.net
 * Agenda: https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Edubuntu/Meetings/Agenda

==== QA Team Meeting ====

 * Start: 19:00 UTC
 * End: 20:00 UTC
 * Location: IRC channel #ubuntu-quality on freenode.net
 * Agenda: https://wiki.ubuntu.com/QATeam/Meetings/

=== Thursday, 2 September 2010 ===

==== Ayatana UX team meeting ====

 * Start: 12:00 UTC
 * End: 12:30 UTC
 * Location: IRC channel #ubuntu-meeting on freenode.net
 * Agenda: Introductions * Review team charter * Organize first UX
activity * Brainstorm future UX activities

==== Ubuntu Translations Meeting ====

 * Start: 15:00 UTC
 * End: 16:00 UTC
 * Location: IRC channel #ubuntu-quality on freenode.net
 * Agenda: https://wiki.ubuntu.com/TranslatingUbuntu/Events/Meetings

==== Ubuntu News Team Meeting ====

 * Start: 23:00 UTC
 * End: 00:00 UTC
 * Location: IRC channel #ubuntu-news on freenode.net
 * Agenda: #ubuntu-news IRC Channel on freenode.net Agenda: TBD

=== Friday, 3 September 2010 ===

==== Maverick Weekly Release Meeting ====

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

=== Saturday, 4 September 2010 ===

 * None listed as of publication

=== Sunday, 5 September 2010 ===

 * None listed as of publication

=== Monday, 6 September 2010 ===

==== Security Team Catch-up ====

 * Start: 17:00 UTC
 * End: 17:30 UTC
 * Location: IRC channel #ubuntu-meeting on freenode.net
 * Agenda: nothing formal, just a weekly catch-up. Weekly Ubuntu
Security Team catch-up meeting. Anyone is welcome to join if they want
to watch, contribute, etc.

== Updates and Security for 6.06, 8.04, 9.04, 9.10, and 10.04 ==

=== Security Updates ===

 * USN-976-1: Tomcat vulnerability - http://www.ubuntu.com/usn/USN-976-1
 * USN-977-1: MoinMoin vulnerabilities - http://www.ubuntu.com/usn/USN-977-1
 * USN-974-2: Linux kernel regression - http://www.ubuntu.com/usn/USN-974-2
 * USN-979-1: okular vulnerability - http://www.ubuntu.com/usn/USN-979-1

=== Ubuntu 6.06 Updates ===

 * langpack-locales -
 * moin 1.5.2-1ubuntu2.7 -

=== Ubuntu 8.04 Updates ===

 * tzdata 2010l~repack-0ubuntu0.8.04 -
 * moin 1.5.8-5.1ubuntu2.5 -

=== Ubuntu 9.04 Updates ===

 * tzdata 2010l~repack-0ubuntu0.9.04 -
 * moin 1.8.2-2ubuntu2.5 -
 * tomcat6 6.0.18-0ubuntu6.3 -
 * kdegraphics 4:4.2.2-0ubuntu2.1 -

=== Ubuntu 9.10 Updates ===

 * linux 2.6.31-22.64 -
 * linux-ec2 2.6.31-307.18 -
 * linux-mvl-dove 2.6.31-214.31 -
 * tzdata 2010l-0ubuntu0.9.10 -
 * agg 2.5+dfsg1-1ubuntu1.9.10.1 -
 * oregano 0.69.1-1ubuntu1.9.10.1 -
 * moin 1.8.4-1ubuntu1.3 -
 * tomcat6 6.0.20-2ubuntu2.2 -
 * kdegraphics 4:4.3.2-0ubuntu1.1 -

=== Ubuntu 10.04 Updates ===

 * udev 151-12.1 -
 * vlc 1.0.6-1ubuntu1.2 -
 * poedit 1.4.2-5build0.1 -
 * codelite -
 * pgadmin3 1.10.2-1build1 -
 * mountall 2.15.1 -
 * linux-mvl-dove 2.6.32-209.25 -
 * linux-meta-mvl-dove -
 * openoffice.org-l10n 1:3.2.1-6ubuntu1~10.04.1 -
 * openoffice.org 1:3.2.1-6ubuntu1~10.04.1 -
 * python-fuse 2:0.2-2ubuntu0.1 -
 * compiz 1:0.8.4-0ubuntu15.2 -
 * aptdaemon 0.11+bzr345-0ubuntu4.1 -
 * qemu-kvm 0.12.3+noroms-0ubuntu9.3 -
 * opensc 0.11.12-1ubuntu3.1 -
 * gyp 0.1~svn810-0ubuntu1 -
 * agg 2.5+dfsg1-3ubuntu0.1 -
 * librmagick-ruby 2.11.1-1ubuntu0.1 -
 * collectd 4.8.2-1ubuntu0.1 -
 * oregano 0.69.1-1ubuntu1.10.04.1 -
 * tzdata 2010l-0ubuntu0.10.04 -
 * ureadahead 0.100.0-4.1.3 -
 * moin 1.9.2-2ubuntu3.1 -
 * tomcat6 6.0.24-2ubuntu1.3 -
 * kdegraphics 4:4.4.2-0ubuntu1.1 -

== UWN Translations ==

 * Note to translators and our readers please follow the link below
for the information you need.


== UWN Sneak Peek ==

 * Ubuntu 10.10 Alpha: Slouching Toward Ubuntu GNOME -

 * Which do you think is the most evil tech company these days? -

 * Is Linux Publicity Targeting the Right Market? -

 * The (Real) Story of Free -

 * The man who started it all -

 * Smarten up SSD usage and storage virtualization for VDI -

 * Valve Puts An End To The Steam On Linux Rumors -

 * PC operating systems need to get touchy===

 * The War Against Jailbreaking - http://www.itnewstoday.com/?p=1797

 * No Steam For Linux -

 * GNOME Shell Themes Now Have an Equinox Variant -

 * VMware Server 2.0.2-x On Ubuntu Server 10.04 With VMware Remote
Console Plug-in -

 * Installing And Using OpenVZ On Ubuntu 10.04 -

 * Configuring Conky The (Very) Easy Way -

 * How to Upload Photos to Facebook From Ubuntu -

 * OpenStack cloud fluffer does VirtualBox -

 * Microsoft claims: 'We love open source' -

 * Dell to comply with Streak open-source requirements -

 * ARM's next chip design will support virtualization software -

 * On Zareason - http://www.jonobacon.org/2010/08/28/on-zareason/

 * DebConf 10: Last day and retrospective -

 * Revisiting Ethos - http://www.jonobacon.org/2010/08/24/revisiting-ethos/

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