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by Dave Walker
Maverick Meerkat follows the Lucid Lynx 10.04 LTS release so for some this offers a chance to experiment, with a little wider tolerance for more revolutionary features. Ubuntu developer, Dave Walker, talks us through some new features and development background…

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Features
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by Dave Walker
Ubuntu developer, Dave Walker, shares more insight into the development of Ubunutu 10.10. This month, the Ubuntu platform sprint rally goes under the spotlight…

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by Simon Brew
Simon thinks that having consumer-friendly standards is a good and useful thing. Hardware manufacturers, for different reasons, tend to agree…

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by Dave Walker
Canonical developer Dave Walker investigates the importance of governance in a community as rich and diverse as Ubuntu’s…

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by Simon Brew
Just because it’s free doesn’t mean you can cut corners. Simon Brew looks at an earlier attempt to sell open source software in a box…

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by Simon Brew
Simon tries to get interested in the iPad, and wonders if it’s about time freedom took a hold on the mainstream eReader market…

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by Dave Walker
Wondered how Ubuntu fits the ecosphere? UK community manager, Dave Walker, offers his view of how the world’s most popular Linux distribution is made…

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by Simon Brew
For Linux to continue to grow, its eyes need to be firmly open, and any hint of blinkers put away, argues Simon Brew…

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Speak up!
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by Simon Brew
The idea of getting an OS free is still one that amazingly few people have wrapped their heads around. Why is that? Simon Brew thinks we could make 2010 a great year for Linux simply by speaking up about its benefits – all ten million of us…

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by Simon Brew
As the operating system increasingly becomes the main attraction, ex Linux User & Developer editor Simon Brew yearns for the thinking of the good old days…

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