Welcome to the Ubuntu Weekly Newsletter, Issue 405 for the week February 16 - 22, 2015.
In This Issue
- Ubuntu 14.04.2 LTS released
- Ubuntu Membership Board call for nominations
- Ubuntu Stats
- Didier Roche: Ubuntu Make community releases 0.6 with 5 new supported platforms
- Xubuntu: Xubuntu at Mexican collection agencies
- Interview with Laura Czajkowski of the Ubuntu Community Council
- Ubuntu Cloud News
- Ubuntu Phone News
- Canonical News
- Meizu teases Ubuntu Phone ahead of MWC event
- Canonical Achieves Broad Industry Buy-In For Snappy Ubuntu
- In The Blogosphere
- Other Articles of Interest
Ubuntu Community Q&A! - 17th February 2015
- Weekly Ubuntu Development Team Meetings
- Monthly Team Reports: January 2015
- Upcoming Meetings and Events
- Updates and Security for 10.04, 12.04, 14.04 and 14.10
- And much more!
General Community News
Ubuntu 14.04.2 LTS released
Adam Conrad, on behalf of the Ubuntu Release Team, announces the release of Ubuntu 14.04.2 LTS for Ubuntu as well as flavors that participate in the LTS process. 14.04.2 is a Hardware Enablement release that provides support for many new pieces of hardware, as well as all updates since 14.04 was released. Download links are included as well.
Ubuntu Membership Board call for nominations
Elizabeth K. Joseph calls for Ubuntu Members who are interested in participating in the Ubuntu Membership Board. She says that the nominee requirements are Ubuntu Membership, ability to evaluate contributions to the community, and a willingness to attend board meetings. The deadline for nominations is Monday March 9th 12:00 UTC and may be submitted via email.
- Open (117581) +178 over last week
- Critical (273) -1 over last week
- Unconfirmed (58793) -6 over last week
As always, the Bug Squad needs more help. If you want to get started, please see https://wiki.ubuntu.com/BugSquad
Ask Ubuntu Top 5 Questions this week
Most Active Questions
Will creating a text file in vi change my computer? http://askubuntu.com/questions/587626/will-creating-a-text-file-in-vi-change-my-computer
Is Ubuntu destroying my internal HDD? http://askubuntu.com/questions/586442/is-ubuntu-destroying-my-internal-hdd
How to find lines matching a pattern and delete them? http://askubuntu.com/questions/587264/how-to-find-lines-matching-a-pattern-and-delete-them
How do I check whether a module is installed or not in Python? http://askubuntu.com/questions/588390/how-do-i-check-whether-a-module-is-installed-or-not-in-python
How do I display two windows as split screen? [on hold] http://askubuntu.com/questions/586424/how-do-i-display-two-windows-as-split-screen
Top Voted New Questions
Is Ubuntu destroying my internal HDD? http://askubuntu.com/questions/586442/
How do I check whether a module is installed or not in Python? http://askubuntu.com/questions/588390/
Will creating a text file in vi change my computer? http://askubuntu.com/questions/587626/
Why does my Ubuntu 14.04 desktop light up my Webcam on startup and login? http://askubuntu.com/questions/588640/
Is there a Perl or Python script I can write which can minimize the Gnome terminal window? http://askubuntu.com/questions/587431/
People Contributing the best questions and answers this week: Rinzwind (http://askubuntu.com/users/15811/rinzwind), KentGeek (http://askubuntu.com/users/164383/kentgeek), Charles Kane (http://askubuntu.com/users/17316/charles-kane), Oli (http://askubuntu.com/users/449/oli) and Fabby (http://askubuntu.com/users/344926/fabby)
Ask (and answer!) your own questions at http://askubuntu.com
Want to learn whether there is an event upcoming in your area? Visit the LoCo Team Portal to browse upcoming events around the world:
Didier Roche: Ubuntu Make community releases 0.6 with 5 new supported platforms
Didier Roche writes that the release of Ubuntu Make 0.6 was entirely backed by community participation. Didier praises Anton Antonov and Tin Tvrtković for excellent development and collaboration in the 0.6 release, which supports five new IDEs as well as zsh.
Xubuntu: Xubuntu at Mexican collection agencies
The Xubuntu Team interviews Greg Blumenthal who has been deploying Xubuntu to customers who have been extremely happy with their new systems. He talks about the organizations he has worked with, what made him select Xubuntu, and how he customizes the default setup.
Other Community News
Interview with Laura Czajkowski of the Ubuntu Community Council
In the third of a seven part series interviewing community members who were elected in 2013 to serve on the Ubuntu Community Council, Laura Czajkowski talks about her work from the Ubuntu LoCo in Ireland and her current role at Couchbase.
Ubuntu Cloud News
Deploy multiple services with Juju Quickstart
Matthew Bruzek provides a quick rundown of how to configure the Juju Quickstart plugin, which automates the process of setting up a Juju environment and deploying Juju bundles. Matthew also links to a video that demonstrates the configuration process.
Talligent’s OpenBook charm now available in the Juju Charm Store
Canonical announces that Charm Partner Talligent has submitted a Juju charm for their cloud billing solution OpenBook to the Juju Charm Store.
Ubuntu, Hortonworks and Microsoft = Big Data Hosted Solution
John Zannos discusses the Microsoft announcement that Azure HDInsight, Microsoft’s Apache Hadoop-based service, will run on Ubuntu and what it means to DevOps teams. Zannos explains that when combining JuJu, the cloud orchestration tool, with Ubuntu and Azure, it will be easy for customers to evaluate big data fast.
Canonical’s 2015 OpenStack Roadshow Launches
Canonical invites us to join them for their Canonical’s "OpenStack in Action" roadshow, and list the American OpenStack Roadshow dates, and the topics that will be covered during the events.
Alliance Technology Group and Canonical bring Ubuntu OpenStack to telco and enterprise customers
Canonical advise that the Alliance Technology Group expands their partnership to deliver Ubuntu based OpenStack clouds leveraging BootStack. Alliance also shared that they will participating as a Canonical training partner, delivering Ubuntu OpenStack fundamentals training.
OpenStack Summit Vancouver: Ubuntu OpenStack team presentations
James Page highlights the talks submitted to the OpenStack Summit by the Ubuntu Server Team. Presentation subjects include OpenStack development, deployment, and testing.
New Ubuntu OpenStack Fundamentals training sessions available
Canonical announces the availability of the Ubuntu OpenStack Fundamentals Training programme which is designed for companies that have decided to use OpenStack. They say that the programme, which was created by Canonical's Engineering team, is an intensive 3-day hands-on course that will give the best introduction for setting up and running Ubuntu OpenStack clouds.
Ubuntu Phone News
Make a scope for your YouTube channel in 5 minutes
Victor Palau documents the process for creating a YouTube channel scope for Ubuntu. He says: “It is super simple to create a scope for a youtube channel! so what are you going to create next?”
Phone Review and Wider Thoughts
Jono Bacon writes: “I recorded and posted a video with a detailed review of the bq Aquaris E4.5 Ubuntu phone, complete with wider commentary on the scopes and convergence strategy and the likelihood of success.”
An unexpected feature, the Ubuntu Phone is the hacking machine! Releasing the beast!
Marcos Costales writes that he hasn't read about one of the most amazing features of the Ubuntu Phone, displays a screenshot of the terminal application, and suggests "sudo apt-get install apache2? > : )"
I wrote some more apps for Ubuntu Phone
Robert Ancell writes that he has written three new apps for the Ubuntu Phone which are Dice Roller, Morse Sender, and Yatzy. He shows us some screenshots of the apps, and links to an unofficial web appstore that can be used to browse for apps online with a PC.
Internet of Things: Ninja Blocks
Canonical reports on the Ninja Sphere from Ninja Blocks, powered by Ubuntu Snappy Core. The Ninja Sphere allows users to control IoT devices using gesture control as well as smartphone apps. According to Daniel *Friedman*, the CEO of Ninja Blocks: “Ubuntu Core will allow Ninja Blocks to focus on creating a great connected home experience, and the Ninja Sphere will provide developers a beautiful, commercially available device to run their Snappy Ubuntu Core applications.”
Canonical Announces New Partnerships for Industrial and Telecoms IoT
Canonical announces key partnerships that set the stage broad industry support for Snappy Ubuntu. By aggressively pursuing new partnerships, industry initiatives and joining the Industrial Consortium, Canonical raises the bar and sets the stage to become one of the de facto standards in the devices market.
In The Press
Meizu teases Ubuntu Phone ahead of MWC event
GSMArena.com reports on Meizu teasing the public with the possibility of an Ubuntu based phone announcement at Mobile World Congress, along with an anticipated announcement around the release of the new Meizu MX4.
Canonical Achieves Broad Industry Buy-In For Snappy Ubuntu
Ben Kepes of Forbes informs us that Canonical has been aggressively pitching itself as the enabler for a world of Internet of Things (IoT) devices through "Snappy" Ubuntu Core. He names some of Canonical's new partners which include telco operators, network hardware vendors, and cloud vendors. He quotes Maarten Ectors of Canonical as saying that the Snappy solution "replaces thousands of fragmented kernels and very high maintenance costs with a low-cost reference platform certified across very large numbers of devices and updated regularly to address newly discovered issues"
Canonical prepares to train channel partners in the art of working with OpenStack
Joseph Tsidulko of CRN discusses the challenges around the talent gap in the OpenStack community, and how Canonical is helping to solve it with BootStack and by further educating and training the channel.
Canonical partners with Amazon, Microsoft, and others on Internet of Things
Steven J Vaughan-Nichols writing for ZDNet reports that Canonical has announced that both Microsoft and Amazon have agreed to publish their Internet of Things (IoT) application programming interfaces (APIs) on Ubuntu Core. He names some of Canonical's other partners and says: "To help turn the partnerships into products, Canonical also announced a program for silicon and board manufacturers to certify their platforms."
In The Blogosphere
Official Ubuntu Phone Porting Guide Published
Silviu Stahie of Softpedia reports "Canonical has finally released the online Ubuntu Phone porting guide that should enable developers to get the Ubuntu Touch running on more devices out there that can easily support it." He says that a lot of projects have been put on hold because complete information wasn't available but that the community should now be able to come up with ports that feature Over-The-Air updates.
Cut the Rope is the First Major Game Ported for Ubuntu Phone
Silviu Stahie of Softpedia informs us that ZeptoLab has officially ported the famous "Cut the Rope" game for the Ubuntu platform and is now available in the store. He says porting games such as "Cut the Rope" is an easy procedure and the use of a different display server doesn't seem to be a problem for the porting process. He predicts that the store may be "flooded by official ports pretty soon."
Ubuntu’s foray into phones brings fresh approach
Maha Shaikh of The Conversation looks at the first Ubuntu powered phone, the Aquaris E4.5 Ubuntu Edition, noting that only a fraction of the apps available to Apple and Android users are available for the device as it adopts a different approach to displaying information through its use of scopes. Maha asks a number of questions about how successful the phone will be, concluding: "Shuttleworth has played his hand; now we must see how others react."
Unity 8 Continues Working Towards Proper Desktop Support
Michael Larabel of Phoronix reports that Ubuntu developers have released new versions of Unity8 and Mir. He says new features for Unity8 include full shell rotation for mobile devices, desktop-oriented features like remembering window size and location, as well as bug fixes.
Locally Integrated Menus (LIM) Set As Default In Ubuntu 15.04 Vivid Vervet
Andrew of WebUpd8 informs us that the Locally Integrated Menu [LIM] will be the default in Ubuntu 15.04. He quotes the source of the news, provides some screenshots to show how LIMs work, and explains how to re-enable Global Menus.
Mir Now Depends Upon C++14
Michael Larabel of Phoronix reports that Ubuntu's Mir display server is moving onto C++14 which was released last December as a small update to C++11. He says that the switch to C++14 comes just days after the Mir 0.11 release.
Other Articles of Interest
Debian Project News - February 16th, 2015 - https://www.debian.org/News/weekly/2015/01/index.en.html
Linux has 2,000 new developers and gets 10,000 patches for each version - http://arstechnica.com/information-technology/2015/02/linux-has-2000-new-developers-and-gets-10000-patches-for-each-version/
Xfce 4.12, One Week Away - http://smdavis.us/2015/02/21/xfce-4-12-one-week-away/
Featured Audio and Video
Ubuntu Community Q&A! - 17th February 2015
Nicholas Skaggs and Alan Pope host another weekly Ubuntu Q&A session in which they answer viewers’ questions put to them on IRC.
Weekly Ubuntu Development Team Meetings
Kernel Team - February 17, 2015 - https://wiki.ubuntu.com/KernelTeam/Meeting/2015-02-17
Monthly Team Reports: January 2015
See here for the team report for January 2015: https://wiki.ubuntu.com/TeamReports/January2015
If your team is not producing monthly reports, see this page to get your team started: https://wiki.ubuntu.com/BuildingCommunity/TeamReporting
Upcoming Meetings and Events
For upcoming meetings and events please visit the calendars at fridge.ubuntu.com: http://fridge.ubuntu.com/calendars/
Updates and Security for 10.04, 12.04, 14.04 and 14.10
[USN-2500-1] X.Org X server vulnerabilities - https://lists.ubuntu.com/archives/ubuntu-security-announce/2015-February/002830.html
[USN-2501-1] PHP vulnerabilities - https://lists.ubuntu.com/archives/ubuntu-security-announce/2015-February/002831.html
[USN-2502-1] unzip vulnerabilities - https://lists.ubuntu.com/archives/ubuntu-security-announce/2015-February/002832.html
[USN-2503-1] Bind vulnerability - https://lists.ubuntu.com/archives/ubuntu-security-announce/2015-February/002833.html
[USN-2504-1] NSS update - https://lists.ubuntu.com/archives/ubuntu-security-announce/2015-February/002834.html
Ubuntu 10.04 Updates
clamav 0.98.6+dfsg-0ubuntu0.10.04.1 - https://lists.ubuntu.com/archives/lucid-changes/2015-February/014562.html
clamav 0.98.6+dfsg-0ubuntu0.10.04.1 - https://lists.ubuntu.com/archives/lucid-changes/2015-February/014563.html
nss 3.17.4-0ubuntu0.10.04.1 - https://lists.ubuntu.com/archives/lucid-changes/2015-February/014564.html
nss 3.17.4-0ubuntu0.10.04.1 - https://lists.ubuntu.com/archives/lucid-changes/2015-February/014565.html
End of Life - April 2015 (Server)
Ubuntu 12.04 Updates
xorg-server-lts-trusty 2:1.15.1-0ubuntu2~precise5 - https://lists.ubuntu.com/archives/precise-changes/2015-February/023398.html
xorg-server 2:1.11.4-0ubuntu10.17 - https://lists.ubuntu.com/archives/precise-changes/2015-February/023399.html
xorg-server 2:1.11.4-0ubuntu10.17 - https://lists.ubuntu.com/archives/precise-changes/2015-February/023400.html
xorg-server-lts-trusty 2:1.15.1-0ubuntu2~precise5 - https://lists.ubuntu.com/archives/precise-changes/2015-February/023401.html
php5 5.3.10-1ubuntu3.16 - https://lists.ubuntu.com/archives/precise-changes/2015-February/023402.html
php5 5.3.10-1ubuntu3.16 - https://lists.ubuntu.com/archives/precise-changes/2015-February/023403.html
unzip 6.0-4ubuntu2.3 - https://lists.ubuntu.com/archives/precise-changes/2015-February/023404.html
unzip 6.0-4ubuntu2.3 - https://lists.ubuntu.com/archives/precise-changes/2015-February/023405.html
bind9 1:9.8.1.dfsg.P1-4ubuntu0.10 - https://lists.ubuntu.com/archives/precise-changes/2015-February/023406.html
bind9 1:9.8.1.dfsg.P1-4ubuntu0.10 - https://lists.ubuntu.com/archives/precise-changes/2015-February/023407.html
linux-meta-armadaxp 184.108.40.2065.52 - https://lists.ubuntu.com/archives/precise-changes/2015-February/023408.html
linux-meta-ti-omap4 220.127.116.110.55 - https://lists.ubuntu.com/archives/precise-changes/2015-February/023409.html
linux-ti-omap4 3.2.0-1460.80 - https://lists.ubuntu.com/archives/precise-changes/2015-February/023410.html
nss 3.17.4-0ubuntu0.12.04.1 - https://lists.ubuntu.com/archives/precise-changes/2015-February/023411.html
linux-lowlatency 3.2.0-77.79 - https://lists.ubuntu.com/archives/precise-changes/2015-February/023412.html
linux-meta-lowlatency 18.104.22.168.65 - https://lists.ubuntu.com/archives/precise-changes/2015-February/023413.html
nss 3.17.4-0ubuntu0.12.04.1 - https://lists.ubuntu.com/archives/precise-changes/2015-February/023414.html
postfix 2.9.6-1~12.04.3 - https://lists.ubuntu.com/archives/precise-changes/2015-February/023415.html
End of Life - April 2017
Ubuntu 14.04 Updates
lcov 1.10-1build1 - https://lists.ubuntu.com/archives/trusty-changes/2015-February/018012.html
libdrm 2.4.56-1~ubuntu2 - https://lists.ubuntu.com/archives/trusty-changes/2015-February/018013.html
libepoxy 1.1-1build1 - https://lists.ubuntu.com/archives/trusty-changes/2015-February/018014.html
llvm-toolchain-snapshot 1:3.5-4ubuntu2~trusty2 - https://lists.ubuntu.com/archives/trusty-changes/2015-February/018015.html
x11proto-core 7.0.26-1~ubuntu2 - https://lists.ubuntu.com/archives/trusty-changes/2015-February/018016.html
mesa-lts-utopic 10.3.2-0ubuntu1~trusty2 - https://lists.ubuntu.com/archives/trusty-changes/2015-February/018017.html
x11proto-fonts 2.1.3-1~ubuntu2 - https://lists.ubuntu.com/archives/trusty-changes/2015-February/018018.html
xtrans 1.3.4-1~ubuntu2 - https://lists.ubuntu.com/archives/trusty-changes/2015-February/018019.html
xorg-server 2:1.15.1-0ubuntu2.7 - https://lists.ubuntu.com/archives/trusty-changes/2015-February/018020.html
xorg-server-lts-utopic 2:1.16.0-1ubuntu1.2~trusty2 - https://lists.ubuntu.com/archives/trusty-changes/2015-February/018021.html
lcov 1.10-1build1 - https://lists.ubuntu.com/archives/trusty-changes/2015-February/018026.html
libepoxy 1.1-1build1 - https://lists.ubuntu.com/archives/trusty-changes/2015-February/018030.html
libdrm 2.4.56-1~ubuntu2 - https://lists.ubuntu.com/archives/trusty-changes/2015-February/018031.html
x11proto-core 7.0.26-1~ubuntu2 - https://lists.ubuntu.com/archives/trusty-changes/2015-February/018027.html
llvm-toolchain-snapshot 1:3.5-4ubuntu2~trusty2 - https://lists.ubuntu.com/archives/trusty-changes/2015-February/018028.html
x11proto-fonts 2.1.3-1~ubuntu2 - https://lists.ubuntu.com/archives/trusty-changes/2015-February/018022.html
mesa-lts-utopic 10.3.2-0ubuntu1~trusty2 - https://lists.ubuntu.com/archives/trusty-changes/2015-February/018023.html
xorg-server-lts-utopic 2:1.16.0-1ubuntu1.2~trusty2 - https://lists.ubuntu.com/archives/trusty-changes/2015-February/018024.html
xtrans 1.3.4-1~ubuntu2 - https://lists.ubuntu.com/archives/trusty-changes/2015-February/018025.html
xorg-server 2:1.15.1-0ubuntu2.7 - https://lists.ubuntu.com/archives/trusty-changes/2015-February/018029.html
livecd-rootfs 2.208.4 - https://lists.ubuntu.com/archives/trusty-changes/2015-February/018032.html
livecd-rootfs 2.208.4 - https://lists.ubuntu.com/archives/trusty-changes/2015-February/018033.html
ubuntukylin-default-settings 1.1.11 - https://lists.ubuntu.com/archives/trusty-changes/2015-February/018034.html
ubuntukylin-default-settings 1.1.11 - https://lists.ubuntu.com/archives/trusty-changes/2015-February/018035.html
php5 5.5.9+dfsg-1ubuntu4.6 - https://lists.ubuntu.com/archives/trusty-changes/2015-February/018036.html
php5 5.5.9+dfsg-1ubuntu4.6 - https://lists.ubuntu.com/archives/trusty-changes/2015-February/018037.html
unzip 6.0-9ubuntu1.3 - https://lists.ubuntu.com/archives/trusty-changes/2015-February/018038.html
unzip 6.0-9ubuntu1.3 - https://lists.ubuntu.com/archives/trusty-changes/2015-February/018039.html
ubiquity 22.214.171.124 - https://lists.ubuntu.com/archives/trusty-changes/2015-February/018042.html
livecd-rootfs 2.208.5 - https://lists.ubuntu.com/archives/trusty-changes/2015-February/018040.html
ubuntukylin-default-settings 1.1.12 - https://lists.ubuntu.com/archives/trusty-changes/2015-February/018041.html
ubiquity 126.96.36.199 - https://lists.ubuntu.com/archives/trusty-changes/2015-February/018043.html
ubuntukylin-default-settings 1.1.12 - https://lists.ubuntu.com/archives/trusty-changes/2015-February/018044.html
livecd-rootfs 2.208.5 - https://lists.ubuntu.com/archives/trusty-changes/2015-February/018045.html
livecd-rootfs 2.208.5 - https://lists.ubuntu.com/archives/trusty-changes/2015-February/018060.html
postgresql-common 154ubuntu1 - https://lists.ubuntu.com/archives/trusty-changes/2015-February/018046.html
curtin 0.1.0~bzr196-0ubuntu1~14.04.1 - https://lists.ubuntu.com/archives/trusty-changes/2015-February/018047.html
installation-guide 20100518ubuntu10.14.04.1 - https://lists.ubuntu.com/archives/trusty-changes/2015-February/018048.html
cvsps 2.1-6ubuntu0.14.04.1 - https://lists.ubuntu.com/archives/trusty-changes/2015-February/018049.html
base-files 7.2ubuntu5.2 - https://lists.ubuntu.com/archives/trusty-changes/2015-February/018050.html
unattended-upgrades 0.82.1ubuntu2.1 - https://lists.ubuntu.com/archives/trusty-changes/2015-February/018051.html
ubiquity 188.8.131.52 - https://lists.ubuntu.com/archives/trusty-changes/2015-February/018052.html
ubiquity 184.108.40.206 - https://lists.ubuntu.com/archives/trusty-changes/2015-February/018053.html
ubuntu-docs 14.04.5 - https://lists.ubuntu.com/archives/trusty-changes/2015-February/018054.html
python-netaddr 0.7.10-1ubuntu1.1 - https://lists.ubuntu.com/archives/trusty-changes/2015-February/018055.html
util-linux 2.20.1-5.1ubuntu20.4 - https://lists.ubuntu.com/archives/trusty-changes/2015-February/018056.html
cgmanager 0.24-0ubuntu7.3 - https://lists.ubuntu.com/archives/trusty-changes/2015-February/018057.html
python-eventlet 0.13.0-1ubuntu2.1 - https://lists.ubuntu.com/archives/trusty-changes/2015-February/018058.html
livecd-rootfs 2.208.6 - https://lists.ubuntu.com/archives/trusty-changes/2015-February/018059.html
livecd-rootfs 2.208.6 - https://lists.ubuntu.com/archives/trusty-changes/2015-February/018061.html
bind9 1:9.9.5.dfsg-3ubuntu0.2 - https://lists.ubuntu.com/archives/trusty-changes/2015-February/018062.html
bind9 1:9.9.5.dfsg-3ubuntu0.2 - https://lists.ubuntu.com/archives/trusty-changes/2015-February/018063.html
linux-keystone 3.13.0-22.35 - https://lists.ubuntu.com/archives/trusty-changes/2015-February/018064.html
linux-meta-keystone 220.127.116.11.20 - https://lists.ubuntu.com/archives/trusty-changes/2015-February/018065.html
ubiquity 18.104.22.168 - https://lists.ubuntu.com/archives/trusty-changes/2015-February/018066.html
ubiquity 22.214.171.124 - https://lists.ubuntu.com/archives/trusty-changes/2015-February/018067.html
nss 2:3.17.4-0ubuntu0.14.04.1 - https://lists.ubuntu.com/archives/trusty-changes/2015-February/018068.html
dvd+rw-tools 7.1-10ubuntu0.14.04.1 - https://lists.ubuntu.com/archives/trusty-changes/2015-February/018069.html
nss 2:3.17.4-0ubuntu0.14.04.1 - https://lists.ubuntu.com/archives/trusty-changes/2015-February/018070.html
systemd 204-5ubuntu20.11 - https://lists.ubuntu.com/archives/trusty-changes/2015-February/018071.html
End of Life - April 2019
Ubuntu 14.10 Updates
xorg-server 2:1.16.0-1ubuntu1.3 - https://lists.ubuntu.com/archives/utopic-changes/2015-February/012576.html
xorg-server 2:1.16.0-1ubuntu1.3 - https://lists.ubuntu.com/archives/utopic-changes/2015-February/012577.html
php5 5.5.12+dfsg-2ubuntu4.2 - https://lists.ubuntu.com/archives/utopic-changes/2015-February/012578.html
php5 5.5.12+dfsg-2ubuntu4.2 - https://lists.ubuntu.com/archives/utopic-changes/2015-February/012579.html
unzip 6.0-12ubuntu1.3 - https://lists.ubuntu.com/archives/utopic-changes/2015-February/012580.html
unzip 6.0-12ubuntu1.3 - https://lists.ubuntu.com/archives/utopic-changes/2015-February/012581.html
curtin 0.1.0~bzr196-0ubuntu1~14.10.1 - https://lists.ubuntu.com/archives/utopic-changes/2015-February/012582.html
installation-guide 20100518ubuntu10.14.10.1 - https://lists.ubuntu.com/archives/utopic-changes/2015-February/012583.html
cvsps 2.1-6ubuntu0.14.10.1 - https://lists.ubuntu.com/archives/utopic-changes/2015-February/012584.html
unattended-upgrades 0.82.8ubuntu0.1 - https://lists.ubuntu.com/archives/utopic-changes/2015-February/012585.html
etckeeper 1.11ubuntu1.1 - https://lists.ubuntu.com/archives/utopic-changes/2015-February/012586.html
qemu 2.1+dfsg-4ubuntu6.5 - https://lists.ubuntu.com/archives/utopic-changes/2015-February/012587.html
efibootmgr 0.7.0-2ubuntu0.14.10.1 - https://lists.ubuntu.com/archives/utopic-changes/2015-February/012588.html
cgmanager 0.32-4ubuntu1.3 - https://lists.ubuntu.com/archives/utopic-changes/2015-February/012589.html
bind9 1:9.9.5.dfsg-4.3ubuntu0.2 - https://lists.ubuntu.com/archives/utopic-changes/2015-February/012590.html
bind9 1:9.9.5.dfsg-4.3ubuntu0.2 - https://lists.ubuntu.com/archives/utopic-changes/2015-February/012591.html
apport 2.14.7-0ubuntu8.2 - https://lists.ubuntu.com/archives/utopic-changes/2015-February/012592.html
python-eventlet 0.13.0-1ubuntu3.1 - https://lists.ubuntu.com/archives/utopic-changes/2015-February/012593.html
cups 1.7.5-3ubuntu3 - https://lists.ubuntu.com/archives/utopic-changes/2015-February/012594.html
libvirt 1.2.8-0ubuntu11.4 - https://lists.ubuntu.com/archives/utopic-changes/2015-February/012595.html
dvd+rw-tools 7.1-10ubuntu0.14.10.1 - https://lists.ubuntu.com/archives/utopic-changes/2015-February/012596.html
nss 2:3.17.4-0ubuntu0.14.10.1 - https://lists.ubuntu.com/archives/utopic-changes/2015-February/012597.html
nss 2:3.17.4-0ubuntu0.14.10.1 - https://lists.ubuntu.com/archives/utopic-changes/2015-February/012598.html
python-eventlet 0.13.0-1ubuntu3.2 - https://lists.ubuntu.com/archives/utopic-changes/2015-February/012599.html
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