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Welcome to the Ubuntu Weekly Newsletter, Issue 343 for the week September 7 - 13, 2015.
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 * Welcome New Members and Developers
 * Ubuntu Stats
 * Lo``Co Events
 * Kubuntu: Kubuntu site revamped
 * Didier Roche: Ubuntu Make 15.09 featuring experimental Unity 3D editor support
 * Launchpad News: Launchpad news, August 2015
 * Ian Weisser: You should be using Find-a-Task
 * Svetlana Belkin: Membership Board Member Interviews: Aaron Honeycutt
 * Ubuntu App Developer Blog: Snappy Ubuntu + Mycroft = Love
 * Daniel Holbach: Free Culture and Ubuntu
 * Kubuntu Wire: Plasma 5.4 lands in Kubuntu Wily
 * Daniel Holbach: Tomorrow is a special anniversary
 * Ubuntu App Developer Blog: The Next Generation SDK
 * Michael Hall: Share a link, win a Mycroft!
 * Ubuntu Cloud News
 * In The Blogosphere
 * Other Articles of Interest
 * Featured Audio and Video
 * Weekly Ubuntu Development Team Meetings
 * Upcoming Meetings and Events
 * Updates and Security for 12.04, 14.04 and 15.04
 * And much more!
## In this section, list major topics of interest using bullets.
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Aaron Honeycutt announces, on behalf of the Ubuntu Membership Board, that Will Cooke’s application for Ubuntu Membership has been accepted.

 * Launchpad:
 * Wiki:
## Browse ubuntu-news-team list for announcements of new Ubuntu members.
## developers or PPU
## Forums and IRC also grant membership, where to look for those?
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    * Open (119037) +194 over last week
    * Critical (284) -2 over last week
    * Unconfirmed (59545) +138 over last week
## Data can be found at:
## Note: "Unconfirmed" number comes from "New" number
## See last week's UWN to calculate change over last week.
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    * Open (#) +/- # over last week
    * Critical (#) +/- # over last week
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==== Most Active Questions ====

 * What does rm -rf do?
 * What programming language is Ubuntu Terminal written in?
 * Renaming a word in the filename of all *.jpg files [on hold]
 * Is there a software for visual display of disk space? [on hold]
 * How can the Telnet service on Ubuntu Server 14.04 LTS be enabled?

==== Top Voted New Questions ====

 * What programming language is Ubuntu Terminal written in?
 * Notebook does not power off when battery is critically low
 * What does rm -rf do?
 * How create a udev rules to disable one of Android devices?
 * How to suppress tar error messages in when piping

People Contributing the best questions and answers this week: A.B. (, Ravan (, terdon (, Serg ( and Paranoid Panda (
## AUTOMATIC (preferred method, more stats!)
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== LoCo News ==

## Make each article a subsection, via === Section name ===
## Add notes about new locoteams, changed ones, meetings, etc.
## Keep and eye on the Planet, the LoCo Team Portal, and other
## LoCo team Blogs you can add to your RSS Feeds, also the
## loco-contacts mailing list and
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 * Ubuntu Hour San Francisco, Ubuntu California:
 * Monthly meeting, FOSS User Group at Natick Community-Senior Center, Ubuntu Massachusetts Lo``Co:,-foss-user-group-at-natick-community-senior-center/
 * ALE Linux Installfest, Ubuntu Georgia Lo``Co:
 * Roanoke Linux Users Group - Ubuntu Hour, Ubuntu Virginia Lo``Co Team:
 * Ubuntu Hour Berkeley, Ubuntu California:
 * SFD Tunisia, Ubuntu Tunisian Lo``Co Team:
 * SFD-JAIPUR, Indian Local Community:
 * Az Loco Installfest/Linux and open source workshop, Arizona Lo``Co Team:
 * Ubuntu Hour, Florida Lo``Co Team:
 * Real Ale Train 2015, Ubuntu UK:
## Run the ./loco-events/ script to get a list
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=== Kubuntu: Kubuntu site revamped ===

The Kubuntu team announces the arrival of their new website that coincides with the move to Plasma 5. They acknowledge those that helped, appeal for further help with web development, packaging and documentation, and end by saying: “Please use our new site to find what you need, and tell us if you find something which needs improvement.”

=== Didier Roche: Ubuntu Make 15.09 featuring experimental Unity 3D editor support ===

Didier Roche reminds us of the port of Unity 3D (Game Engine) to Linux. He speaks of its inclusion into Ubuntu Make, links to the release notes, issue tracker and encourages people to do pull requests (Contribute).

=== Launchpad News: Launchpad news, August 2015 ===

Colin Watson gives us an update on what the Launchpad team has been working on for the past month, including mail notifications, package build infrastructure, and more.

=== Ian Weisser: You should be using Find-a-Task ===

Ian Weisser reminds us that Find-a-Task was introduced in January 2015 to show volunteers the variety of tasks and roles available to those wanting to contribute to Ubuntu. He urges his readers to use it, asks teams whether they are listed, and encourages ideas and suggestions to improve and increase usage of the tool to be sent to the ubuntu-community-team mailing list.

=== Svetlana Belkin: Membership Board Member Interviews: Aaron Honeycutt ===

In the seventh interview of the series, Svetlana Belkin talks to Ubuntu Membership Board member Aaron Honeycutt about his career, his first computing experience and some of the projects that he’s worked on over the years. Aaron says that his focus on Ubuntu today is getting every Documentation team to work together in a similar fashion .” He also shares with us his comment: “Once you find that spot when your both needed and want to be, you’ll find happiness in the community.”

=== Ubuntu App Developer Blog: Snappy Ubuntu + Mycroft = Love ===

David Planella writes that since the Mycroft AI project decided to go the Open Source and Open Hardware path they picked Ubuntu Snappy as their platform for the IoT (Internet of Things). He says that with Ubuntu Snappy they have found designing the system to be much easier from package creation with snappy packages to applying updates.

=== Daniel Holbach: Free Culture and Ubuntu ===

Daniel Holbach writes that thanks to Nathan Haines and José Antonio Rey we again have the Ubuntu Free Culture Showcase, Ubuntu’s way of acknowledging that there’s not just free software but wallpapers, videos and audio that can be included in Ubuntu. He links to a wiki page from where further information can be found and says: “You still have some time to submit your works for the competition. The winners are going to get their free culture works included in Ubuntu itself. “

=== Kubuntu Wire: Plasma 5.4 lands in Kubuntu Wily ===

Marco Parillo announces the landing of Plasma 5.4 in Kubuntu Wily and that it is ready for testing.

=== Daniel Holbach: Tomorrow is a special anniversary ===

Daniel Holbach celebrates his tenth anniversary working for Canonical. He reflects about when he first started out, and describes some of the things he has learned along the way.

=== Ubuntu App Developer Blog: The Next Generation SDK ===

Zoltán Balogh lets us know about the new Ubuntu SDK, and how to install it.

=== Michael Hall: Share a link, win a Mycroft! ===

Michael Hall announces a competition in which Mycroft have joined with Ubuntu to give away a free device. He says that the Artificial Intelligence company are in the final days of their Kickstarter campaign and the contest will spread awareness of the project. Michael informs us of how to enter the competition and that the prize is a “Mycroft Extendable unit ($149 level on Kickstarter), which makes the HDMI and GPIO ports easily accessible for hackers and makers to extend it’s functionality by connecting it to other devices.”
## This section is for Ubuntu News from "The Planet" at

== Other Community News ==

## This section is for Ubuntu News from elsewhere in the community:
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## This section largely draws from the news from and the
## Ubuntu Planet, news from our community, not 3rd party press/blogs

== Ubuntu Phone News ==

## Just like cloud, this section largely draws from the news from
## and the Ubuntu Planet, news from our community, not 3rd party press/blogs

== Canonical News ==

## This section largely comes from and Canonical
## press releases

== In The Press ==

## Things Ubuntu-specific are great, but general Linux goings-on are good to, to an extent.
## We don't need to replicate Digg & Slashdot, but certain things are of special interest.
## Just pulling one example from my memory, the story about Indiana schools piloting
## a classroom Linux deployment, a portion of which was Ubuntu, are good. Ubuntu
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=== Ubuntu Phone Team Lead Leaves Canonical ===

Joey-Elijah Sneddon of OMG! Ubuntu! writes that Cristian Parrino, the team lead for the Ubuntu Phone project has left Canonical and that his position will be filled by other members of the team and Canonical chief Jane Silber. Joey-Elijah takes a quick look at other employees that have left the company and says of Parrino: “But although we’re sad he’s leaving we just know he’s going to do wonderful things in the future.”

Michael Larabel of Phoronix also reported on this story:
The Leader Of The Ubuntu Phone Project Has Left -

=== That Awkward Ubuntu Tablet Plans To Go Up For Pre-Order Soon ===

Michael Larabel of Phoronix reports that MJ Technology, inspired by the failed Ubuntu Edge campaign, is to start accepting pre-orders for their unofficial Ubuntu tablet in January. Michael gives us some specifications of the device, shows us some screenshots, and raises his concern that the company has no proven track record, they haven’t even contacted Canonical. and that they’re aiming to use the desktop version of Ubuntu rather than the Phone/Touch version that’s designed for such form factors.

=== The Death of Ubuntu's Software Center ===

Matt Hartley of Datamation looks at the alternatives that some of the Ubuntu flavors and derivatives are using in preference to the Ubuntu Software Center. He puts forward the argument that a software store is not there for ease of installation but somewhere where reviews and feature lists can be read, and applications can be visually discovered. Matt also notes that the move away from Debian packaging will be slow as will the death of the Software Center.

=== Ubuntu Snappy Core Runs on Banana Pi BPI-M2 with Linux Kernel 4.1.6, Download Now ===

Marius Nestor of Softpedia writes that the Banana Pi project have announced that Snappy Ubuntu Core runs on the Banana Pi BPI-M2 which is a single board computer powered by an ARM7 processor with 1GB of RAM.

=== How Ubuntu 15.04 Vivid Vervet Can Prove Useful for Enterprise WiFi ===

Steven Scheck from Small Business Trends informs us that Ubuntu 15.04 can help build an Enterprise Wi-Fi, recommending it over RHEL 7.1 and SUSE Linux Enterprise Server.

=== Ubuntu Will Not Abandon DEB Packaging in Favor of Snappy, Says Mark Shuttleworth ===

Marius Nestor of Softpedia shares highlights from a recent interview by Sean Michael Kerner from Server``Watch of Mark Shuttleworth. In addition to talking about highlights of the 15.10 release, the video has the following quote from Mark Shuttleworth confirming that the DEB-based versions of Ubuntu will not be abandoned: "'We build Snappy out of the built debs, so we can't build Snappy unless we first build the deb,' said Mark Shuttleworth in the video interview. 'Going forward every six months, we're still gonna get an archive full of DEBs.'"
## In this section we want to highlight the blogs that are exceptionally well-written and in-depth.
## Blogs tend to make it easy for low-quality content, so be extra careful on what goes here.
## We should encourage bloggers to spread the word, so this section might be a good way to do so.

== In Other News ==

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 * Here's What We Know So Far About The Linux 4.3 Kernel -
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=== Ubuntu Community Q&A - 1st September 2015 ===

David Planella and Daniel Holbach present another Ubuntu On Air Q&A session in which they answer questions that are put to them on IRC.

=== Ubuntu Podcast from the UK LoCo: S08E26 – Courageous ===

It’s Episode Twenty-six of Season Eight of the Ubuntu Podcast! Mark Johnson is back with Laura Cowen, Martin Wimpress, and Alan Pope!

In this week’s show:

 * We chat about Firefox and Chrome and whether Firefox’s new changes will turn it around.
 * We go over your feedback, including a list of the apps we discussed in our Ubuntu Phone review a few episodes ago (you can find them all in the uApp Explorer):
  * Telegram – encrypted instant messaging like Whats``App
  * Seshat – reading Kindle ebooks
  * Notes – writing notes; syncs with Evernote
  * uDropCabin – basic mobile client for Dropbox
 * Also, here’s the list of links about Mint MATE:
 * We have a command line love, hstr) from Chris.
 * We chat about getting Libre``Office working on the Ubuntu Phone, watching frankly amazing TV, going on holiday and eating a lot of pierogi (but not bringing any back for us), and listening to the Third World Linux podcast.

That’s all for this week, please send your comments and suggestions to:

=== Kubuntu Podcast #4 - Core Applications ===

Rick Timmis, Ovidiu-Florin Bogdan and Aaron Honeycutt present the fourth in a regular series of podcasts on behalf of the Kubuntu team.
## Ubuntu UK Podcast
## Full Circle Magazine Podcast
## At Home With Jono Bacon - Weekly Community QA on UStreamTV
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 * Kernel Team - September 1, 2015
 * Security Team - August 31, 2015
## Change date to reflect the latest meeting date and verify link then just remove the comment out marks
## * Kernel Team - February 21, 2012
## * QA Team - February 15, 2012
## * Desktop Team - February 21, 2012
## * Security Team - February 13, 2012
## * Server Team - February 21, 2012

== Monthly Team Reports: <MONTH> <YEAR> ==

## Once a month we do these in the format:
## See here for the team report for June 2011:
## If your team is not producing monthly reports, see this page to get your team started:
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 * Elizabeth K. Joseph
 * Nathan Handler
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## Common acronyms



Welcome to the Ubuntu Weekly Newsletter, Issue 343 for the week September 7 - 13, 2015.

In This Issue

General Community News

Welcome New Members and Developers

Ubuntu Stats

Bug Stats

  • Open (#) +/- # over last week
  • Critical (#) +/- # over last week
  • Unconfirmed (#) +/- # over last week

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

Ask Ubuntu Top 5 Questions this week

Ask (and answer!) questions at

LoCo News

LoCo Events

The following LoCo team events are currently scheduled in the next two weeks:

Looking beyond the next two weeks? Visit the LoCo Team Portal to browse upcoming events around the world:

The Planet

Other Community News

Ubuntu Cloud News

Ubuntu Phone News

Canonical News

In The Press

In The Blogosphere

In Other News

Weekly Ubuntu Development Team Meetings

Monthly Team Reports: <MONTH> <YEAR>

Upcoming Meetings and Events

For upcoming meetings and events please visit the calendars at

Updates and Security for 12.04, 14.04 and 15.04

Security Updates

Ubuntu 12.04 Updates

Ubuntu 14.04 Updates

Ubuntu 15.04 Updates


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