1. UWN Translations
  2. In This Issue
  3. Ubuntu Stats
    1. Bug Stats
    2. Translation Stats Jaunty
    3. Ubuntu Brainstorm Top 5 this week
  4. Ubuntu Forums News
    1. Tutorial of The Week
    2. Ubuntu One New Sub-Forum
  5. In The Press
    1. Android Applications on Ubuntu
    2. Dell Studio XPS 13: Now With Ubuntu 8.10
    3. Canonical support
    4. Review: System76 Pangolin Performance laptop
    5. More Details on Ubuntu One Integration
    6. Linux New Media Launches Ubuntu User Magazine
  6. In The Blogosphere
    1. Canonical Begins Ubuntu Server Edition Training
    2. Canonical’s Ubuntu to Support Google Android?
    3. Linux Netbook Reviews: What The Wall Street Journal Missed
    4. Ubuntu AppStore in the workings ?
    5. ZaReason Preparing Ubuntu Server, Netbook
  7. In Other News
    1. Ubuntu-UK Podcast: The Long Game
    2. Linux Mint 7 Is Based on Ubuntu 9.04
  8. Meeting Summaries
    1. Ubuntu Governance
      1. MOTU Council
    2. Ubuntu LoCo Teams
      1. Asturian Team
      2. Cameroonian Team
      3. Chilean Team
      4. Danish Team
      5. Greek Team
      6. Japanese Team
      7. Romanian Team
      8. Russian Teams
        1. The Team
        2. Translations
        3. Resources
        4. Moscow Team
        5. Saint Petersburg Team
        6. Novosibirsk Team
        7. Kuban Team
        8. Saratov Team
      9. United States Teams
        1. US Teams Project
        2. Chicago Team
        3. Pennsylvania Team
    3. Ubuntu Forums Beginners Team
  9. Upcoming Meetings and Events
    1. Sunday, May 31, 2009
      1. Ubuntu-us-az LoCo Team Meeting
    2. Monday, June 1, 2009
    3. Tuesday, June 2, 2009
      1. Technical Board Meeting
      2. Server Team Meeting
      3. Desktop Team Meeting
      4. Kernel Team Meeting
      5. LoCo Teams Meeting
      6. Community Council Meeting
      7. Ubuntu Forums Beginners Team Meeting
    4. Wednesday, June 3, 2009
      1. Tennessee Team Meeting
      2. Ubuntu-us-pa LoCo Team Meeting
      3. Foundation Team Meeting
      4. QA Team Meeting
    5. Thursday, June 4, 2009
      1. Ubuntu Mobile Team Meeting
      2. Ubuntu Java Meeting
    6. Friday, June 5, 2009
    7. Saturday, June 6, 2009
  10. Community Spotlight
  11. Updates and Security for 6.06, 8.04, 8.10 and 9.04
    1. Security Updates
    2. Ubuntu 6.06 Updates
    3. Ubuntu 8.04 Updates
    4. Ubuntu 8.10 Updates
    5. Ubuntu 9.04 Updates
  12. Archives and RSS Feed
  13. Additional Ubuntu News
  14. Conclusion
  15. Credits
  16. Glossary of Terms
  17. Ubuntu - Get Involved
  18. Feedback


Welcome to the Ubuntu Weekly Newsletter, Issue #144 for the week May 24th - May 30th, 2009. In this issue we cover Ubunutu Forums Tutorial of the Week, New Ubuntu One sub-forum, In The Press, In The Blogosphere, the latest Ubuntu-UK Podcast, Meeting Summaries, LoCo Teams, Upcoming Events, and much, much more!!

UWN Translations

  • Note to translators and our readers: We are trying a new way of linking to our translations pages. Please follow the link below for the information you need.

In This Issue

  • Ubuntu Stats
  • Tutorial of the Week
  • Ubuntu One New Sub-Forum
  • In the Press & Blogosphere

  • Ubuntu-UK Podcast: The Long Game
  • Linux Mint 7 is based on Ubuntu 9.04
  • Ubuntu Team & LoCo Meeting Minutes

  • Upcoming Meetings & Events

  • Updates & Security

Ubuntu Stats

Bug Stats

  • Open (57328) +576 over last week
  • Critical (18) +1 over last week
  • Unconfirmed (26377) +322 over last week
  • Unassigned (49363) +536 over last week
  • All bugs ever reported (285115) +1339 over last week

As always, the Bug Squad needs more help. If you want to get started, please see

Translation Stats Jaunty

  • Spanish (14188) -194 over last week
  • French (42895) -139 over last week
  • Brazilian Portuguese (53688) -149 over last week
  • Swedish (54440) +/-0 over last week
  • English (United Kingdom) (59008) +/-0 over last week

Remaining strings to translate in Ubuntu 9.04 "Jaunty Jackalope," see more at:

Ubuntu Brainstorm Top 5 this week

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.

Ubuntu Forums News

Tutorial of The Week

Mon June 1st, 2009.

This week, we step again out of the Tutorial & Tips section of the forums, to highlight psyke83's ( gigantic HowTo: Jaunty Intel Graphics Performance Guide. Intel graphic hardware is quite popular and Intel drivers code has been extensively developed. Jaunty has some problems with the latest Intel drivers or acceleration method. You can choose one of the three proposed methods, from safe, to optimal and the always risky bleeding edge.

We hope this will help you with Intel video chips, please feel free to post your questions in the thread, psyke83 is actively supporting his tutorial.

See you next week !

Ubuntu One New Sub-Forum

There is now a place to discuss Ubuntu One on the forums and it can be found here: From the main page, you can access it under the main Support Categories.

In The Press

Android Applications on Ubuntu

The Linux Loop reports from the Ubuntu Developer’s Summit where the plans for Karmic Koala should be roughly defined for implementation over the next four months. One of the things that was discussed is support for running Android applications on Ubuntu. This is an interesting possibility, since it could allow for a vast library of interesting applications designed for mobile use to be used on Ubuntu computers, and most importantly those running Ubuntu Netbook Remix. Android stands a chance of really taking off, due to its open-source foundation and powerful backing from Google. There will undoubtedly be a huge library of incredible applications, both free and for pay, that will make the Android experience what it is. If Android applications could be run directly on Ubuntu, that would give Ubuntu a boost from whatever attention Android gets.

Dell Studio XPS 13: Now With Ubuntu 8.10

The Linux Loop notes that Dell has begun shipping their Studio XPS 13 with Ubuntu 8.10. It's interesting that instead of listing the Ubuntu version only on the special Ubuntu page, Ubuntu is an option, like with Dell’s netbooks, on the normal Studio XPS 13 page. This is great, since it means that Dell is putting Ubuntu where more people will see it. It’s good to see another computer from Dell offered with Ubuntu.

Canonical support

Yann Hamon of Oxford Archaeology reports that they've been paying customers of Canonical support for almost a year, and he takes a look back to see if it was worth it, what worked well, and what could be improved. Hamon says, "We purchased support from Canonical to ensure that our road will never be blocked by an unsurmountable bug - and to know that we have a company guaranteeing that the software we deploy will actually work as expected, and that commits itself to fixing it if it doesn't." Hamon reports that the support quality is pretty good. He usually gets an answer the next day, and the people there are friendly and qualified. Not-so-basic questions on how to use the systems are answered quickly and in a professional manner. "I am globally very satisfied with the level of support I am getting - I know I have a bunch of very capable people who would help me whenever I got a question, or who would spend time fixing a bug for me - which is something I may sometimes not be able to do myself."

Review: System76 Pangolin Performance laptop

Jack of reviews the System76 Pangolin Performance laptop, and he admits that when the boxes arrived from System76 he was naturally sceptical. "The last Linux-based laptop I reviewed showed some promise until very quickly the weakness of the hardware reared its ugly head. Fortunately, with the Pangolin Performance, I was happily surprised." Jack feels that the user can be confident that what they purchase from System76 will work for them and work well. The elegant combination of Ubuntu 9.04 and the graceful look and feel of the Pangolin Performance laptop make a combination you can not go wrong with. "Of all the Linux-based hardware companies I have ever dealt with, System76 gets the highest recommendation I could offer."

More Details on Ubuntu One Integration

The Linux Loops notes that the Ubuntu Developer Summit for Karmic Koala has given us a few more details on its integration with Karmic Koala. There are plans to include at least the main requirements for the Ubuntu One software in Karmic. The more interesting part is what Ubuntu One might be able to do. There is apparently some discussion about address book synchronization, which seems quite logical. There are also mentions of syncing Tomboy notes, syncing bookmarks, and backing up flash drives. The details on Ubuntu One’s real uses are still emerging, but it looks like it has the potential to be a really useful service and more than a Dropbox clone.

Linux New Media Launches Ubuntu User Magazine

Linux Magazine reports that Canonical's popular Ubuntu operating system continues to win followers around the world, and Ubuntu User is the first print magazine specifically for this rapidly growing audience. "Ubuntu is popular with software developers and IT professionals, but it is also a hit with hobbyists and other desktop users who are looking for an alternative to Microsoft Windows and don't want the restrictive hardware policies of Apple," says Joe Casad, Editor in Chief of Ubuntu User. In addition to reviews, interviews, community news, HowTo articles, troubleshooting tips, and in-depth technical articles, Ubuntu User includes a helpful Discovery Guide for readers who are new to the world of Ubuntu. A free DVD included with each issue of Ubuntu User provides an easy way for users to upgrade to the latest version. Linux New Media CEO Brian Osborn said, “Ubuntu is popular around the world, and it's a great fit for us editorially. I couldn't imagine a better match." Ubuntu community members Mike Basinger and Nick Ali have also contributed to Ubuntu User magazine, which is shipping now to news-stands worldwide.

In The Blogosphere

Canonical Begins Ubuntu Server Edition Training

Blogger Joe Panettieri from WorksWithU gives us an update on what is happening with the Ubuntu Server Edition Training program. He spoke with Billy Cina, Canonical's Training Programmes Manager, and she told him, "We had the first beta run of the server course and it went very well." Panettieri also inquired with Cina if they will be introducing training for Landscape and was told, "Landscape is part of the Ubuntu Certified Professional and Server courses." Cina also noted that Canonical and the Linux Professional Institute (LPI) are offering a special promotion on Ubuntu exams. Ubuntu 9.04 has been tested to run on 45 different server configurations from Dell, Hewlett-Packard, IBM, Lenovo, Sun Microsystems and other server makers, notes Canonical CEO Mark Shuttleworth. Canonical is also expected to announce a closer working relationship with the HP ProLiant server team within weeks.

Canonical’s Ubuntu to Support Google Android?

Blogger Joe Panettieri from WorksWithU informs us of Canonical's netbook team's plan to show Google Android applications running on Ubuntu during the Ubuntu Developer Summit. Google Android now runs on 1 million to 2 million smart phones and other mobile devices, estimates Newsfactor, and Strategy Analytics predicts that sales will grow 900 percent in 2009 vs. 2008. Android will be a key topic of discussion at UDS — an event where Canonical and attendees will focus mainly on Ubuntu 9.10 (Karmic Koala) development goals. According to an Ubuntu LoCo Team member who plans to attend UDS, at least three sessions at the Barcelona event will focus on Android compatibility and strategies. Adds a source close to Canonical, referring to the Ubuntu-Android work: “We’ll share some screen shots/demos [at UDS]. I have no comment on it though — it’s just something we’re playing around with, which is what UDS is about.”

Linux Netbook Reviews: What The Wall Street Journal Missed

Joe Panettieri of WorksWithU presents his option of the Wall Street Journal's review of multiple Linux netbooks running Ubuntu, Mi, and Moblin Linux. "Overall, I think the review offers fair, balanced coverage of what’s right — and wrong — with the Linux netbook market today." The Journal made some fair points, noting that the Linux netbooks had compatibility problems with external devices. What concerns Panettieri is the statement, "Since a Windows XP version of the Dell Mini 10 sells for the same price as the Ubuntu, I can’t see a compelling reason to choose the Ubuntu option." Panettieri feels that this statement is short sighted, and argues that the total cost of ownership for system running Ubuntu is much lower than one running Windows XP. "I’ve run Ubuntu on desktops, notebooks and netbooks with OpenOffice for two years. And I can’t recall experiencing a security headache or paying for security software. Too bad the Journal overlooked this TCO issue."

Ubuntu AppStore in the workings ?

Stefano Forenza says that we live in some cool times. "Everybody’s up creating an AppStore of some kind. After Apple brought out the concept, Nokia, Microsoft and even Sun are hurrying up putting together their ones." Many Open Source supporters have noted again and again, as have many Mac users, that Linux repositories are pretty much the equivalent of an AppStore. There’s some ground to fill, as Apple's AppStore has some end user features that Linux equivalents lack. Forenza tells us that a Launchpad blueprint for a project codenamed AppCenter has been taken in consideration and the related wiki page has been given some attention during the past months. Canonical employee Matthew Paul Thomas commented, "This is a multi-release project. Our goal is to have a version 1.0 of the application ready to feature in Ubuntu 9.10, but exactly how much it will do remains to be seen."

ZaReason Preparing Ubuntu Server, Netbook

Joe Panetteri of WorksWithU relays recent conversations with ZaReason CEO Cathy Malmrose about the European expansion, a new tower server model, netbook, and the new Partimus initiative. Malrose relates an overall approval from the ZaReason customer base for the Ubuntu 9.04 release, with only minor problems mostly relating to Flash. Malrose describes the new Partimus pathway, "I can announce our current initiative — we are setting up the framework for Partimus (which means “we share” in Latin) to function as a donation center to connect nearly new laptops and desktops with new owners who can show obvious need for the assistance. The Partimus CTO, Maile Urbancic, helps run university housing at the University of California at Berkeley and through her work she has seen many impoverished students, especially graduate students, who would benefit greatly from a laptop that could help them through a few years of school. "On my side, I have seen inventory go unused, depreciating every day that it sits on our shelves. Laptops that are used for shows, demo models and other lightly used systems can be donated to people who could put them to good use." ZaReason official announcements for the tower server and the netbook are forthcoming, as well as the Partimus branch for gently used systems. Thank you Joe Paneterri for opening a window into the future of ZaReason.

In Other News

Ubuntu-UK Podcast: The Long Game

Laura Cowen, Ciemon Dunville, Tony Whitmore, Dave Walker (and a bit of Alan Pope) present the latest mammoth episode of the Ubuntu Podcast from the UK Local Community Support Team.

In this week's show:-

  • What we've been doing this week including ADSL woes, Drupal upgrades and having your head in the clouds.
  • We discuss whether we should exclusively use Free (as in speech) web services and formats, and whether it's more important to be inclusive than to use solely Free services.
  • The News
    • Adopt a line of Miro code
    • Ex-Microsoft coder says Linux will win
    • Android applications running on Ubuntu
    • Dell stick with 8.04 LTS for their latest netbook
    • Landscape v1.3 can manage Amazon EC2 cloud machines
    • Wikimedia move Wikipedia to a Creative Commons licence
  • We announce some upcoming events:-
    • June 12th to the 14th - Owen Sound, Canada, Writing Open Source
    • June 13th - Clemson, South Carolina, South East Linux Fest
    • June 19th & 20th - New York, New York, Open Video Conference

    • June 28th to July 4th - Birmingham, UK, EuroPython 2009

    • July 20th - Nottingham, UK, Open Source Schools Unconference
    • September 19th - All around the world, Software Freedom Day
    • October 24th - Newhampton arts centre, Wolverhampton, UK, LUGRadio Live 2009
  • We have an interview with the lovely Daniel Holbach about his work with the Ubuntu community and get his advice on packaging applications
  • We announce the winners of episode four's competition to get Ubuntu One invites
  • We start a fantastic new competition to win entry to three days of Europython 2009 including two nights of accommodation. Email with your answer before Sunday 7th June 2009

  • We delve into the Ubuntu Ecosphere (or "Gerald", as we called it this episode)
    • Oxford Archeology talk about their experiences with Canonical support
    • The future of Edubuntu
    • Developing the security advisory UI for WINE applications
    • The new Ubuntu User Magazine
  • And finally we cover your emails, tweets and dents since our last show

Comments and suggestions are welcomed to: . Up to 30 seconds of voicemail can be left at +44 (0) 845 508 1986 . Follow our twitter feed . Follow us on . Find our Facebook Fan Page . Discuss this episode in the Forums .

Linux Mint 7 Is Based on Ubuntu 9.04

Softpedia reports that, Clement Lefebvre and the community behind the Linux Mint project, have proudly announced the availability of the Linux Mint 7 (codename Gloria) operating system. "Linux Mint 7 is based on Ubuntu 9.04 (Jaunty Jackalope) and it is powered by Linux kernel 2.6.28, 7.4 and GNOME 2.26.1." New and breathtaking features include new artwork, updated applications, Moonlight/Silverlight support, and the Mint menu system. Linux Mint Universal Edition, a customized version of Gloria, is also available as a Live DVD. The Live DVD offers support for many languages, as well as the out-of-the-box readiness to play all media file types including mp3 and Flash video.

Meeting Summaries

Ubuntu Governance

MOTU Council

  • MOTU Council 'Call' 2009-05-06
    • Attendees: Daniel Holbach, Michael Bienia, Jonathan Davies, Soren Hansen, Emmet Hikory
    • Current Applicants: Li Daobing (UCD), James Westby (core-dev), Jo Shields (MOTU), hyperair (UCD)
      • hyperair has not provided 1-week review period, will be encouraged to select a later meeting.
    • Rescheduling of the MOTU Council weekly meeting
  • After some great work on the Ibus input method packages (among other things), Li Daobing joined the Contributing Developers.
  • The MOTU Council unanimously decided to recommend James Westby for Core Developer membership.
  • Jo Shields' work in Ubuntu's and Debian's Mono world paid off: Jo joined the MOTU team. Smile :-)

  • MOTU Council 'Call' 2009-05-13
    • Attendees: Michael Bienia, Jonathan Patrick Davies, Daniel Holbach, Richard Johnson.
    • Current Applicants: Chow Loong Jin (hyperair): Contributing Developer, Charlie Smotherman (porthose): Per-package Uploader, Stefan Lesicnik (stefanlsd): MOTU.
    • Ongoing discussion of new meeting times.

Ubuntu LoCo Teams

Asturian Team

Cameroonian Team

* Attendance to G-Sept ( (University of Douala) between 25th and 30th May 2009

Chilean Team

Danish Team

  • Held our annual community meeting and elected LoCo-leadership for the next year.

  • Started planning for Ubuntu 9.10 Karmic Koala release party, with 3 suggestions for focus.
    • Community-minded - The LoCo gets together, socialises and make plans for the time to come.

    • "Spread the word" - Focus on the Danish family and their OS needs. Trying to spread the word of Ubuntu to the standard Danish family.
    • Corporate event - Focus on getting business and corporate attendees, to tell them how Ubuntu can strengthen their business.

Greek Team

Japanese Team

  • Our team members talked about our activity and Ubuntu community in ASCII Mediaworks' interview. This is described on a magazine "Sakusaku Ubuntu!" published on 27th May.
  • Fumihito Yoshida wrote an article "HP MIE Review" for a Japanese local magazine "Software Design".
  • Ikuya Awashiro wrote an article "Ubuntu 9.04 Tettei Kaibou" for a Japanese local magazine "ASCII.technologies".

Romanian Team

Russian Teams

The Team



Moscow Team
  • Release Party for users from Moscow on the day Ubuntu 9.04 release has been organized. On the meeting the question was raised on organization of the user conferences. All attendees agreed that there is a need for more informative meetings aimed to all Ubuntu, Windows, and other Linux distributions users.
  • New ways of Ubuntu distribution in Moscow and Moscow region has been proposed (

Saint Petersburg Team

Novosibirsk Team

Kuban Team

Saratov Team
  • Participation in SarLUG ( meetings (photos:

    • The initial introduction and presentation of the Russian Ubuntu LoCo Team;

    • The distribution of CD and DVD versions of Ubuntu Linux 9.04;
    • Discussion of advantages and conveniences of Ubuntu over other distros;
    • Ubuntu 9.04 LiveDVD has been successfully tested on MacBook (Intel) - exciting experiment;

    • Discussion of new technologies: netbooks and other portable computers and Linux platforms for them, 3D - desktop effects and games, delta updates (to appear in Fedora 11), and other topics.
  • Interaction with the Saratov Linux Center (

  • Active participation in projects of Russian Ubuntu LoCo Team.

United States Teams

US Teams Project

Chicago Team
  • Jaunty Release Party
    • Held at the Illinois Institute of Design on Saturday, April 25th
    • Approximately 15 people in attendance
    • Presentations on Ubuntu, Kubuntu, Xubuntu, and Ubuntu Server
    • Discussions of what the team is doing and how to participate with the team
  • Planning of our next LoCo Activities

    • The team is discussing packaging jams as a recurring activity for the next few months.

Pennsylvania Team

Ubuntu Forums Beginners Team

Upcoming Meetings and Events

Sunday, May 31, 2009

Ubuntu-us-az LoCo Team Meeting

Monday, June 1, 2009

  • No events as of publication

Tuesday, June 2, 2009

Technical Board Meeting

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

Server Team Meeting

Desktop Team Meeting

Kernel Team Meeting

  • Start: 17:00 UTC
  • End: 18:00 UTC
  • Location: IRC channel #ubuntu-meeting
  • Agenda: Not listed as of publication

LoCo Teams Meeting

  • Start: 17:00 UTC
  • End: 18:00 UTC
  • Location: IRC channel #ubuntu-locoteams
  • None as of publication

Community Council Meeting

Ubuntu Forums Beginners Team Meeting

Wednesday, June 3, 2009

Tennessee Team Meeting

  • Start: 00:00 UTC
  • End: 01:00 UTC
  • Location: IRC channel #ubuntu-meeting
  • Agenda: None as of publication

Ubuntu-us-pa LoCo Team Meeting

  • Start: 12:30 UTC
  • End: 13:30 UTC
  • Location: IRC channel #ubuntu-us-pa
  • Agenda: None as of publication

Foundation Team Meeting

  • Start: 16:00 UTC
  • End: 17:00 UTC
    • Location: IRC channel #ubuntu-meeting
  • Agenda: None listed as of publication

QA Team Meeting

Thursday, June 4, 2009

Ubuntu Mobile Team Meeting

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

Ubuntu Java Meeting

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

Friday, June 5, 2009

  • No events listed as of publication

Saturday, June 6, 2009

  • No events listed as of publication

Community Spotlight

Updates and Security for 6.06, 8.04, 8.10 and 9.04

Security Updates

  • None Reported

Ubuntu 6.06 Updates

  • None Reported

Ubuntu 8.04 Updates

  • None Reported

Ubuntu 8.10 Updates

  • None Reported

Ubuntu 9.04 Updates

  • None Reported

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Glossary of Terms

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  4. UCD - Ubuntu Contributing Developer
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