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[14 Sep 2008 | No Comment | 681 supporters]

Almost since the beginning, Ubuntu critics have said that Ubuntu doesn’t give enough back to other Linux and open-source projects. Mark Shuttleworth says that’s about to change and he’s putting his millions where his mouth is.
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[24 Apr 2008 | No Comment | 810 supporters]

Canonical plans to release Hardy Heron, its newest version of Ubuntu Linux on Thursday, and Chief Executive Mark Shuttleworth isn’t being shy and retiring about it. “This is our most significant release ever,” he said in an interview. Ordinarily I avoid publishing such marketing superlatives, but Shuttleworth is right. Hardy Heron, also called…
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[30 Jan 2008 | No Comment | 1,016 supporters]

In this PopularMechanics article, Jamie Hyneman, most famous for the show “Mythbusters” describes his Tech Headaches, including his frustration with the “bloated” features in Vista among other irritations. He offers solutions to many of the problems, and apparently, Ubuntu is the solution to Vista.
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Ubuntu (IPA: [ uːˈbuːntuː] in English[2], IPA: [ùbúntú] in Zulu) is a predominantly desktop-oriented Linux distribution based on Debian GNU/Linux. Ubuntu aims to use only free software to provide an up-to-date yet stable operating system for the average user, and features a strong …