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Jaunty Jackalope Alpha 1 released

Jaunty Jackalope Alpha 1 has been released. As with any pre-release, it is *not* encouraged for anyone needing a stable system or anyone who is not comfortable running into occasional, even frequent breakage. They are, however, recommended for Ubuntu developers and those who want to help in testing, reporting, and fixing bugs. This first in a series of milestone CD images can be obtained from:

Further links to mirrors, change lists, interesting events, and bug reports can be reached at the link:

The Ubuntu Hall of Fame

Jono Bacon has announced the formation of the Ubuntu Hall of Fame[1]. His intention is for it to be a showcase in which the wider community is proud to be featured. This is still a work in progress, and Jono (and those that have helped him start this) would like input and ideas about additional features and which areas of the community they should be showcasing. More detailed information is on Jono's blog.

Ubuntu for the Holidays

Those in the United States now have the availability of a more local Ubuntu store, and just in time for the holidays. Faster and less expensive than ordering from Europe, the US shop carries a wide range of Ubuntu-branded items, and will soon include Kubuntu merchandise. The U.S. and international shops can both be found at

New Community Developers

Charlie Smotherman (porthose) has been working with Ubuntu since Dapper, maintains a couple Ubuntu-originated packages in Debian, and has been doing great things in the MOTU Mentoring Reception Team. Please welcome him as a recognised Contributing Developer.

Stefan Lesicnik (stefanlsd) has been helping out with universe security, developer documentation, and general package work for several months. Please join me in welcoming him as a Contributing Developer.

Statystyki Ubuntu

Statystyki błędów

  • Otwarte (48456) - 5 w ciągu ostatniego tygodnia
  • Krytyczne (19) +/- 0 w ciągu ostatniego tygodnia
  • Niepotwierdzone (19853) - 51 w ciągu ostatniego tygodnia
  • Nieprzydzielone (40299) + 26 w ciągu ostatniego tygodnia
  • Wszystkie kiedykolwiek zgłoszone błędy (232238) + 1545 w ciągu ostatniego tygodnia

Jak zawsze Zespół ds. błędów (Bug Squad) potrzebuje więcej pomocy. Jeśli chcesz pomóc odwiedź

Statystyki tłumaczeń Intrepid

  1. Hiszpański (18909) -479 w ciągu ostatniego tygodnia
  2. Francuzki (61934) -1 w ciągu ostatniego tygodnia
  3. Szwedzki (76532) -192 w ciągu ostatniego tygodnia
  4. Brytyjski angielski (81459) +4 w ciągu ostatniego tygodnia
  5. Brazylijski portugalski (82517) -167 w ciągu ostatniego tygodnia
  6. Polski (137933)

Pozostałe do przetłumaczenia napisy w Ubuntu 8.10 "Intrepid Ibex" zobacz więcej na

Statystyki błędów programu 5-a-day

5 najbardziej aktywnych uczestników w ciągu ostatnich 7 dni

  • crimsun (411)
  • chrisccoulson (53)
  • weboide (45)
  • angusthefuzz (44)
  • dholbach (29)

5 najbardziej aktywnych zespołów w ciągu ostatnich 7 dni

  • dcteam (415)
  • ubuntu-de-locoteam (60)
  • ubuntu-berlin (57)
  • ubuntu-us-ohio (44)
  • ubuntu-br-pe (26)

Statystyki 5-A-Day są dostarczane przez Daniela Holbacha. Zobacz

Wiadomości ze świata Kubuntu

The Kubuntu team had a meeting

Richard "Arby" Birnie (ISO Tester, system-config-printer-kde hacker) and Ralph "txwikinger" Janke (5-a-day hero) were grilled and given membership.

We also discussed specs for UDS, KDE 4.2 Beta packaging, bug status and the kubuntu-users mailing list.

Wiadomości ze świata LoCo

Ubuntu-Iranian Team Release Party

The Iranian Local Community had their greatest ever Ubuntu Release Party. They had 8 presentations in this release party. A tour of Ubuntu and Kubuntu 8.10 features, an introduction to Joomla CMS, the Zekr project, desktop effects in Ubuntu & Kubuntu, Ubuntu Server presentation, Linux kernel compilation how-to and finally plans for the future development of the Ubuntu-Iranian. Attendance has steadily risen over the course of the 2 years.

Ubuntu-Colombia to Host First UbuCon

UbuCon Colombia will hold its first UbuCon Bogotá, Colombia[1]. This event, consisting of multiple conferences and workshops will be presented around FLOSS "Free/Libre Open-Source Software" technologies on Ubuntu. The target for UbuCon covers the range from local community, small, medium and large businesses, and independent professionals. UbuCon will be held at Universidad de San Buenaventura sede Bogotá on November 29th. Admission is free, but pre-registration is required.

Ubuntu-Zimbabwe host 1st release party

On November 1st, the Zimbabwe LoCo held its first Ubuntu Release Party in Harare. Held at the premises of one of their sponsors, WebDev, who also hosts their web site[1]. Logical Solutions provided them with demo laptops, loaded with the latest release, and Harvest International donated the snacks. The party was a relaxed event with no fixed agenda, as you can see from the pictures[2].

The team believes Zimbabwe was the only other country in Africa to advertise a release party, except for South Africa. Among those who attended were representatives from the Computer Society of Zimbabwe, members of Linux Chix, who travelled all the way from Mutare (on the Eastern border, over 300Km away), and the IT Manager for the Parliament of Zimbabwe, who is one of the team members.

It is their feeling that they had a good turnout for the first attempt.

Ubuntu Presentation: Ubuntu Peruvian LoCo

On November 21st and 22nd, the Free Software Conference and Installation Festival was held at the National University of San Agustin, Arequipa, Peru. Among other presenters was Richard Stallman. Also included, the Ubuntu Peruvian LoCo Team participated by giving a presentation of “Ubuntu Intrepid Ibex”. As an "oh, by the way", the National University of San Agustin is migrating to Ubuntu.

Ubuntu Irish Team release party

The Irish LoCo held their Intrepid Ibex Release Party at the Long Stone pub in Dublin on Thursday, October 30. Starting with six people, they soon had 20 sitting down and having nosh and pints. (In their words, "we are after all in a pub and we're Irish".) As they brought out their laptops, others gathered around to find out what nerds were doing in a pub. This resulted in many questions being asked and answered, and CDs being given out. A great success!

Wiadomości z Launchpad

Launchpad offline November 24th

Launchpad will be offline for the second part of the roll-out of our 2.1.11 release from 03.00 UTC on the 24th November.

  • Going offline: 03.00 UTC 24th November.
  • Expected back before: 04.00 UTC 24th November.

They had originally scheduled this down-time for 03.00 UTC today (21st November) but it did not go ahead.

Meet Barry Warsaw

Barry Warsaw, one of the developers for Launchpad, is involved with the mailing list features and the new "Contact this user" feature. Coming from a background of working with C, C++, Java and Python in the commercial arena, he is quite happy to to be working for the makers of Ubuntu, now. His love of free software came out of his experiences with the National Bureau of Standards (NSB, now National Institute of Standards Technology - NIST). Away from the code, he plays a 4 string, fretted bass guitar.

OpenID from your Launchpad profile

Launchpad now supports OpenID 2.0 and 1.1 in web sites outside of the Ubuntu community: any web site that supports OpenID. Here’s how it works:

  1. You visit a website that’s an OpenID receiver and it asks you to log in.
  2. You give that website your Launchpad profile’s URL - e.g.

  3. Launchpad asks you to confirm that you want to log in to the other website.
  4. Once you’ve confirmed, you’re logged into the website and can use it just like normal.

More information can be obtained from the OpenID site's "Where" page[1] and on Launchpad's OpenID help page[2].

Launchpad t-shirts

The Launchpad team turned heads in London with their Launchpad logo emblazoned t-shirts. Now, they're offering them to you. You can buy your own from the Canonical store, in either men's or women's versions. Or you can enter their competition and try to win one. Details on the competition, and instructions for entering it, are available at the announcement.

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