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First details of developments in Ubuntu 10.10

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| It seems possible Btrfs could replace Ext4 
| as the default file system in Ubuntu 
| version 10.10, code name "Maverick 
| Meerkat". Developers attending last week's 
| Ubuntu Collaboration Summit in Brussels 
| discussed testing Btrfs as the default 
| file system in an alpha version of Ubuntu 
| 10.10. Ubuntu Developer Manager Scott 
| James Remnant assessed the likelihood of 
| switching to Btrfs as "a one in five 
| chance".


Privacy Vs Openness; Public Interest Vs Corporate Interest

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| Ubuntu
| In Ubuntu you have a product that is built 
| by the community for the community. While 
| Canonical is a business which underwrites 
| a fair amount of Ubuntu's development, by 
| and large decisions on functionality, 
| aesthetics and the direction of the 
| software are all discussed and debated in 
| the open, by anyone who wishes to 
| participate. There is very much a 
| democratic ethos to the software, which 
| extends far beyond the operating system 
| itself -- people feel as though they have 
| a real voice in the evolution of Ubuntu. 
| Other examples of this model include 
| Kaltura and WordPress.



Ubuntu Software Center Gets A History Tab (Ubuntu 10.10 Maverick Meerkat Development)

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| Here we go again: just like we did with
| Ubuntu 10.04, we'll be providing news
| regarding important changes in Ubuntu
| 10.10 Maverick Meerkat as soon as they
| are released.
| An update in Ubuntu 10.10 Maverick
| Meerkat today (which didn't even hit the
| first Alpha yet) brings a new "History"
| tab in the Ubuntu Software Center where
| the users are able to see all installed
| and removed packages...


In Ubuntu 10.10 Netbook Edition Firefox can be replaced with Google Chrome

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| We have already reported on the leading
| companies Canonical formulation of a new
| operating system Ubuntu 10.10 Netbook
| Edition. This software platform, in
| accordance with its name, is intended for
| use in compact notebooks with small
| display and energy-efficient processors,
| known as netbooks.

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