Linux.com continues UDS
with a look at plans for the Ubuntu and Kubuntu desktops, the
future of PowerPC, and how Ubuntu is working with local community teams.
"One of the things that makes Ubuntu so successful is the community
that's formed around the distribution. Out of about 140 attendees for the
summit, only 30 were employed by Canonical to work on Ubuntu. The rest were
there because of personal or commercial interests in Ubuntu. Shuttleworth
and company seem to have done a pretty good job of bridging the commercial
and community divide, and community building and governance was a major
topic at the summit.
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