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[News] Live Chat with Ubuntu Founder, Video Interview with Mozilla Leader

  • Subject: [News] Live Chat with Ubuntu Founder, Video Interview with Mozilla Leader
  • From: Roy Schestowitz <newsgroups@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Wed, 03 Feb 2010 10:52:12 +0000
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Premier Subscribers: Live chat with Ubuntu's Mark Shuttleworth

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| Ars Premier 2.0 is our new and improved 
| subscriber program that offers some fantastic 
| benefits for subscribers. So far we've had 
| chats with Mac OS X reviewer John Siracusa, 
| Ars cofounder Jon Stokes, and Electronic 
| Frontier Foundation senior staff attorney 
| Fred von Lohmann. Most recently, Stardock CEO 
| Brad Wardell answered your questions about 
| gaming, DRM, and more.


Video Interview: Mitchell Baker, Mozilla Foundation

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| During her visit in Munich Mitchell Baker, 
| head of the Mozilla foundation, took the time 
| for an interview with Linux Pro Magazine.



Shuttleworth about GNOME 3.0 - What's good, what's missing, what needs work

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| Sees good possibility of having a common meta-release cycle with Debian - Not
| sure if GNOME3 will make the next LTS
| In the last few years Ubuntu has emerged as the dominant force in the Linux
| Deskop field. The distribution is heavily associated with one name: Mark
| Shuttleworth is not only founder an current boss of Canonical, the company
| behind Ubuntu, he has also been providing the financial resources without
| which Ubuntu in its current form would not exist. During the recent Gran
| Canaria Desktop Summit Andreas Proschofsky had the chance to conduct the
| following interview with Shuttleworth.


Shuttleworth hints at later Ubuntu LTS

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| The expectation was that the next LTS version would be 10.04, due for release
| in April 2010, but in an interview with derStandard.at, Shuttleworth
| says "The LTS will be either 10.04 or 10.10 - based on a conversation that is
| going on right now betweeen Debian and Ubuntu".

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