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(05:01:21 PM) jcastro: ok, let's get started
(05:01:28 PM) jcastro: welcome to all 251 of you!
(05:01:44 PM) jcastro: My name is Jorge Castro and I will be running this next session on upstreaming ubuntu bugs
(05:02:08 PM) jcastro: So before I get into that let me explain exactly what "upstream" is and why it's important to ubuntu
(05:02:37 PM) jcastro: First off, what we call "Ubuntu" is an amalgamation of different software projects from around the free software ecosystem
(05:03:03 PM) jcastro: some of these projects include things like Firefox, GNOME, KDE, OpenOffice, and the programs that you use on your desktop or server
(05:03:20 PM) jcastro: it also includes a bunch of smaller projects most people have never heard of before
(05:03:47 PM) jcastro: Ubuntu takes all these projects, bundles them onto a CD and repositories and this is what people know as "Ubuntu"
(05:03:59 PM) jcastro: We ship Ubuntu every 6 months.
(05:04:25 PM) jcastro: Projects that ship an out-of-the-box Linux system are referred to as distributions, so Ubuntu is a linux distribution
(05:04:40 PM) jcastro: some other distributions you might be familiar with include Fedora, openSUSE, and Foresight
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Ubuntu Open Week - Upstream Bug Workflow - Jorge Castro - Thu, Apr 30th, 2009

(05:01:21 PM) jcastro: ok, let's get started
(05:01:28 PM) jcastro: welcome to all 251 of you!
(05:01:44 PM) jcastro: My name is Jorge Castro and I will be running this next session on upstreaming ubuntu bugs
(05:02:08 PM) jcastro: So before I get into that let me explain exactly what "upstream" is and why it's important to ubuntu
(05:02:37 PM) jcastro: First off, what we call "Ubuntu" is an amalgamation of different software projects from around the free software ecosystem
(05:03:03 PM) jcastro: some of these projects include things like Firefox, GNOME, KDE, OpenOffice, and the programs that you use on your desktop or server
(05:03:20 PM) jcastro: it also includes a bunch of smaller projects most people have never heard of before
(05:03:47 PM) jcastro: Ubuntu takes all these projects, bundles them onto a CD and repositories and this is what people know as "Ubuntu"
(05:03:59 PM) jcastro: We ship Ubuntu every 6 months.
(05:04:25 PM) jcastro: Projects that ship an out-of-the-box Linux system are referred to as distributions, so Ubuntu is a linux distribution
(05:04:40 PM) jcastro: some other distributions you might be familiar with include Fedora, openSUSE, and Foresight
...

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