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Ubuntu Weekly Newsletter Issue 279

From:  Elizabeth Krumbach <>
Subject:  Ubuntu Weekly Newsletter Issue 279
Date:  Mon, 20 Aug 2012 14:52:28 -0700
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Welcome to the Ubuntu Weekly Newsletter, Issue 279 for the week August
13 - 19, 2012.

== Links to UWN ==

 * Wiki page:

== In This Issue ==

 * Ubuntu App Showdown: let the community vote begin
 * UDS-R Registration Now Open
 * Welcome New Members
 * Ubuntu Stats
 * Ubuntu-mx request for help
 * Time to Jam Again!
 * Ubuntu Jam AT Nijmegen, the Netherlands
 * New fastdowntime schedule
 * Charming Hadoop
 * Marco Ceppi: How's Ask Ubuntu working out for you?
 * Nicholas Skaggs: Quality Perceptions Survey Results
 * Pasi Lallinaho: Working on the Xubuntu documentation rewrite
 * Didier Roche: Quickly reboot: Q&A session wrap up!
 * Fieldrunners, Spirits and BIT.TRIP BEAT debut on Ubuntu, in the
Humble Android Bundle 3
 * Unity 6.2 Arrives in Quantal
 * We Interview Leann Ogasawara, Canonical Kernel Team Manager,
Marathoner and Mother
 * Unity 2D No Longer Installed By Default, Removed From The Ubuntu
12.10 Quantal Quetzal Repositories
 * Why Ubuntu 12.04 is the best desktop experience the free software
community has to offer.
 * Say Hello To Unity's Newest Feature: Previews
 * In Other News
 * Other Articles of Interest
 * Featured Podcasts
 * Weekly Ubuntu Development Team Meetings
 * Monthly Team Reports: July 2012
 * Upcoming Meetings and Events
 * Updates and Security for 8.04, 10.04, 11.04, 11.10 and 12.04
 * And much more!

== General Community News ==

=== Ubuntu App Showdown: let the community vote begin ===

The final stage of the Ubuntu App Showdown is now underway. During the
Community Vote, any individual can rate an application. At the end of
the voting period, the three developers whose applications have the
highest ratings will win a Nokia N9 smartphone. Applications can be
installed using the developer's PPAs, and votes can be submitted using
the online judging sheet.

=== UDS-R Registration Now Open ===

Registration for the upcoming Ubuntu Developer Summit in Copenhagen,
Denmark, for the R cycle is open. The four-day event brings together
developers, partners, contributors, and upstream representatives to
discuss the upcoming 13.04 release.

=== Welcome New Members ===

Results for the 2200 UTC Regional Membership Board Meeting, Wednesday
the 16th of August 2012:

 * Fotis Tsamis ( |

== Ubuntu Stats ==

=== Bug Stats ===

    * Open (97651) -463 over last week
    * Critical (62) -2 over last week
    * Unconfirmed (48324) -514 over last week

As always, the Bug Squad needs more help. If you want to get started,
please see

=== Translation Stats Precise ===

 * English (Australia) (2) -1 over last week
 * English (United Kingdom) (5270) -2524 over last week
 * Spanish (10081) -71 over last week
 * Bosnian (33781) +/-0 over last week
 * Brazilian Portuguese (33839) -108 over last week

Remaining strings to translate in Ubuntu 12.04 "Precise Pangolin", see
more at: and

=== Ubuntu Brainstorm Top 5 this week ===

 * There is no way to easily format time & date settings -
 * Secure Network TIme Synchronization -
 * Warn when synaptic is open and prevents progress while using
software center. -
 * Integracion con Android -
 * Indian locale: digit grouping style -

Ubuntu Brainstorm is a community site geared toward letting you add
your ideas for Ubuntu. You can submit your own idea, or vote for or
against another idea.

=== Ask Ubuntu Top 5 Questions this week ===

 * How do I legally make an open-souce version of a closed-source
 * How do I run gedit on an Amazon server?
 * Filesystem filling up due to large uvcydnctrl-udev.log file
 * Is installing wine in Ubuntu safe? [closed]
 * How can I download the videos from YouTube?

Ask (and answer!) your own questions at

== LoCo News ==

=== Ubuntu-mx request for help ===

Javier shares that the Mexican LoCo was inspired by the Columbian team
and is currently undergoing a reorganization process. The team has
updated their website at and is asking their members
to update or reactivate their launchpad membership, and has created a
list of other tasks they wish to accomplish. Javier wraps up by
explaining the point of the post is to "announce that we're alive and
ready to rumble, and ask whoever wants to help to join us" and ask for
suggestions on some of the technical and administrative tasks related
to running the LoCo.

=== Time to Jam Again! ===

Benjamin Kerensa reminds LoCos that the 12.10 release is quickly
approaching, meaning that once again it's time to plan Ubuntu Global
Jams. The Jam, which takes place September 7th-9th, is an opportunity
for the community to work on improvements for the upcoming release.
Jams are also an opportunity to introduce LoCo members to different
aspects of the community and new ways to contribute.

=== Ubuntu Jam AT Nijmegen, the Netherlands ===

Rachid BM shares plans for an upcoming Ubuntu Global Jam in Nijmegen,
the Netherlands in a schoolroom of AT Computing, and notes that the
venue provides "computers with Ubuntu installed, so that we are ready
to rock!"

== Launchpad News ==

=== New fastdowntime schedule ===

Robert Collins of Launchpad discusses the new, fast application of
patches over the past year using FDT (Fast Down Time). He reports the
application of "60 such patches, typically taking between 60 and 90
seconds each time, at 1000UTC, our scheduled daily 5 minute downtime
window for DB patching." Collins shares that with the removal of Slony
from their environment, they can now do even faster schema patches (6
seconds), and they'll be taking advantage of this by adding two 10
second downtime windows at 0200 UTC and 1800 UTC.

== Ubuntu Cloud News ==

=== Charming Hadoop ===

James Page dives into the details of the Hadoop charm for Ubuntu
Server's juju infrastructure. Page explains what Hadoop is, covers
some juju basics, and finally discusses how to configure and use the
Hadoop charm as well as Hadoop itself, and scale and monitor it with

== The Planet ==

=== Ubuntu TV: Ubuntu TV Weekly Update #6 ===

Jim Hoddap once again brings the weekly update from the Ubuntu TV
team, including:

 * Grilo plugin for TMDB is in the queue waiting to be merged into git
 * The Ubuntu TV Testcard utility has been submitted for inclusion in
the 12.10 repositories.

He also shares regular updates on the progress of NUX, Unity 3D,
Lenses and Scopes and more.

=== Lubuntu blog: A few things ===

PCManFM and LibFM have reached 1.0, which is a major update. Also, the
new mini icons for the Box icon theme are in progress.

=== Marco Ceppi: How's Ask Ubuntu working out for you? ===

In his blog, Marco Ceppi asks about the niceness of answers on the
Stack Overflow site, which hosts Ask Ubuntu. Pointing out the
perennial problem of quality versus quantity, he acknowledges that the
larger a community grows, the greater the loss of quality. As the
original dedicated team moves on, he suggests the answers might get
more rude and less helpful. He then points out that a lot of work has
gone into maintaining standards, redirecting bug reports to Launchpad,
and removing rude comments considered "too snarky".

=== Nicholas Skaggs: Quality Perceptions Survey Results ===

Nicholas Skaggs provides results and insight from his Quality
Perceptions Survey. Questions asked in the survey included questions
about quality itself "What does quality mean to you?" and "What's the
biggest problem with quality in Ubuntu right now?", along with
questions about using development releases and participation in the QA
team itself.

=== Pasi Lallinaho: Working on the Xubuntu documentation rewrite ===

Pasi Lallinaho shares progress of the Xubuntu offline documentation
rewrite. He covers the work completed thus far on a
community-maintained wiki, and explains the structure so contributors
can jump in to help. He also stresses that the writing portion of this
project needs to be completed within the next week or two.

=== Didier Roche: Quickly reboot: Q&A session wrap up! ===

Didier Roche shares the recording of the latest Quickly Q&A session,
where he invited the community to "ask questions about Quickly and
propose enhancement[s]" for Quickly. He also mentions that they'll be
taking a break from these sessions and invites people to "catch up on
the session notes, and provide feedback/ideas" on the wiki:

== Canonical News ==

=== Invite your friends and get more free storage ===

Canonical recently launched a referral program where current Ubuntu
One account holders can increase their free cloud storage to 25GB.
Every invite is worth 500MB and a maximum is capped at 40 invites, for
a total of an extra 20GB. On the right of each account holder a
referral code is shown which, when used, leads to the activation of a
new account.

=== Fieldrunners, Spirits and BIT.TRIP BEAT debut on Ubuntu, in the
Humble Android Bundle 3 ===

David Pitkin of the Canonical blog announces the availablity of the
latest Humble Bundle of games, "bringing with it three games new to
Ubuntu: Spirits, Fieldrunners and BIT.TRIP BEAT."  SpaceChem and
Uplink are also updated for the bundle.

== In The Press ==

=== Ubuntu 12.04.1: LTS maintenance release ===

The first of four planned maintenance releases, Ubuntu 12.04.1, was
released on August 16, 2012. This is an updated installation image
that includes many of the software updates since the original release.
This will save time during fresh installations.

=== Canonical: Making the Open Cloud Seamless for Users ===

Libby Clark reports on the role of Canonical in open cloud computing
by interviewing Kyle MacDonald, VP of cloud computing at Canonical.
They cover how Canonical defines the open cloud, how Canonical
contributes to OpenStack, some of the issues and debates in the open
cloud community (and where Canonical stands on them), and what the
future may hold.

== In The Blogosphere ==

=== Unity 6.2 Arrives in Quantal ===

Joey Sneddon of OMG! Ubuntu! writes of the recent arrival of Unity 6.2
in Quantal Quetzal's repositories. This release contains some 91 bug
fixes, including: the HUD not closing by Alt+F4 when Numlock or
Capslock are on, purchased apps not showing in the Unity launcher, and

=== Canonical Showcases Desktop Linux, Inside the Browser ===

Christopher Tozzi reviews how the online tour of Ubuntu provides a "a
rigorous and impressively smooth" preview of Ubuntu from within a web
browser. Developed by Canonical's Web Design Team, it aims at
highlighting the desktop OS, the Unity Launcher and lens, and the
default apps - such as LibreOffice etc.

=== We Interview Leann Ogasawara, Canonical Kernel Team Manager,
Marathoner and Mother ===

Benjamin Kerensa of OMG! Ubuntu! interviews Canonical Kernel Team
Manager Leann Ogasawara about her role and work at Canonical and what
she is passionate about in life.

=== Ubuntu Icon Comes Back to GNOME Classic ===

Joey Sneddon of OMG! Ubuntu! shows off the 114KiB update to the Light
Themes package for Classic session in Ubuntu 12.04: the
reimplementation of the Ubuntu icon for the Application Menu.

=== Unity 2D No Longer Installed By Default, Removed From The Ubuntu
12.10 Quantal Quetzal Repositories ===

Andrew of Web Upd8 writes about Unity 2D no longer being available for
the 12.10 Quantal Quetzal release. "Furthermore, the latest Unity
package, uploaded to the Ubuntu Quantal repositories a few hours ago,
uses a "dummy" Unity-2D package, so Unity 2D is no longer available in
the repositories and won't be installable at all in Quantal. Ubuntu
users without graphical acceleration will be able to use Unity 3D
thanks to llvmpipe."

=== Why Ubuntu 12.04 is the best desktop experience the free software
community has to offer. ===

Neil Munro covers some of the features of Unity which make 12.04 "best
desktop experience that the FLOSS community has to offer." Munro
covers in detail the five-year support period included with LTS, the
different feel from "the usual Gnome/KDE/XFCE interfaces" and calls it
"a next generation interface." He goes on to cover many of the
features of the Unity desktop and concludes: "All these little things
add up to create a very polished, functional unique branded desktop

=== Say Hello To Unity's Newest Feature: Previews ===

Joey Sneddon of OMG! Ubuntu! shares details, screenshots, and a video
of one of Unity's newest features: Previews. "In Ubuntu 12.04 and
earlier Dash results sport a single action: open. If it's a music file
it opens in a music player; if it's a Wikipedia Lens result it opens
in your browser, etc. Previews give users more by introducing a
'right-click' action for items displayed in the lens. This action
opens a "Preview Pane" tailored for that content type."

=== Does Ubuntu Need A Separate 'eBook & Magazine' Store? ===

Joey Sneddon of OMG! Ubuntu! writes about the increasing number of
eBooks and magazines in the Ubuntu Software Center. 'Despite having
'Software' in its name, the shelves of Ubuntu's one-stop app shop are
starting to warp under the weight of so much reading material. One
could say that the name "Ubuntu Software Center" is no longer an apt
description of what is actually on offer,' states Sneddon.

== In Other News ==

=== Linux Top 3: SUSE Secures Boot, Ubuntu Boots Wayland, Slackware 14
Boots Up ===

Sean Michael Kerner from Linux Planet writes about some of the latest
news coming out of the Linux community. He highlights "Ubuntu booting
Wayland", and says "Ubuntu is not booting Wayland in the software
sense, they are 'booting' Wayland in the kicking out sense.".

=== Best Educational Linux Distributions ===

Abhishek of Tech Source reviews the best Linux-based Educational
distributions. Technology and education have been combined from all
levels of education. Abhishek reviews the most popular distros,
Edubuntu, UKnow4Kids, Qimo 4 Kids, and OLPC, as well as their apps and
target market.

=== Ubuntu 12.10 Is Faster With Intel Hardware ===

Michael Larabel of Phoronix shares benchmarks of Ubuntu 12.04 LTS vs.
12.10 2012-08-13 on a CompuLab Intense-PC. He concludes that the
system "with Intel Core i7 "Ivy Bridge" processor is performing very
well with Ubuntu 12.10 and a very nice upgrade already over Ubuntu
12.04 LTS. Most of the performance boosts come from continued
optimizations on the open-source Intel graphics driver stack and the
move to the GCC 4.7 compiler. Additional performance boosts for
Nouveau/Radeon/Intel graphics may come still this cycle when moving to
Mesa 8.1/9.0."

== Other Articles of Interest ==

 *Intel: Xeon breaks Calxeda's ARM in Apache benchmark -
 *Red Hat Announces Preview Version of Enterprise-Ready OpenStack
Distribution -
 * The open source technology behind Twitter -
 * NVIDIA 304.37 Linux Driver Brings 41 Official Changes -
 * Calligra 2.5 -
 * Tesla CTO talks Model S, batteries and in-car Linux -

== Featured Podcasts ==

 * Ubuntu Podcast from the UK LoCo: S05E13 - A Rose of a Hundred
Leaves -
 *  Fullcircle Podcast Episode 30 Better Late Than Never. -

== Weekly Ubuntu Development Team Meetings ==

 * QA Team - August 15, 2012
 * Desktop Team - August 14, 2012
 * Security Team - August 13, 2012

== Monthly Team Reports: July 2012 ==

See here for the team report for June 2011:

If your team is not producing monthly reports, see this page to get
your team started:

== Upcoming Meetings and Events ==

For upcoming meetings and events please visit the calendars at

== Updates and Security for 8.04, 10.04, 11.04, 11.10 and 12.04 ==

=== Security Updates ===

 * [USN-1536-1] LibreOffice vulnerability -
 * [USN-1537-1] vulnerability -
 * [USN-1538-1] Linux kernel (Natty backport) vulnerabilities -
 * [USN-1539-1] Linux kernel (Oneiric backport) vulnerabilities -
 * [USN-1540-1] NSS vulnerability -
 * [USN-1541-1] libotr vulnerability -
 * [USN-1482-3] ClamAV regression -

=== Ubuntu 8.04 Updates ===

 * tzdata 2012e~repack-0ubuntu0.8.04 -

End of life - April 2013 (Server)

=== Ubuntu 10.04 Updates ===

 * linux-lts-backport-natty 2.6.38-15.65~lucid1	-
 * linux-lts-backport-natty 2.6.38-15.65~lucid1	-
 * linux-lts-backport-oneiric 3.0.0-24.40~lucid1	-
 * linux-lts-backport-oneiric 3.0.0-24.40~lucid1	-
 * linux-meta-lts-backport-oneiric	-
 * linux-meta-lts-backport-oneiric	-
 * 1:3.2.0-7ubuntu4.4 -
 * 1:3.2.0-7ubuntu4.4 -
 * adobe-flashplugin -
 * flashplugin-nonfree-
 * flashplugin-nonfree -
 * tzdata 2012e-0ubuntu0.10.04 -
 * nss 3.12.9+ckbi-1.82-0ubuntu0.10.04.4	-
 * nss 3.12.9+ckbi-1.82-0ubuntu0.10.04.4	-
 * libotr 3.2.0-2ubuntu0.1 -
 * libotr 3.2.0-2ubuntu0.1 -

End of Life - April 2013 (Desktop) - April 2015 (Server)

=== Ubuntu 11.04 Updates ===

 * libreoffice 1:3.3.4-0ubuntu1.4 -
 * libreoffice 1:3.3.4-0ubuntu1.4 -
 * adobe-flashplugin -
 * firefox 14.0.1+build1-0ubuntu0.11.04.3	-
 * flashplugin-nonfree-
 * flashplugin-nonfree -
 * tzdata 2012e-0ubuntu0.11.04 -
 * clamav_0.97.5+dfsg-1ubuntu0.11.04.3_powerpc_translations.tar.gz-
 * clamav 0.97.5+dfsg-1ubuntu0.11.04.3 -
 * nss 3.12.9+ckbi-1.82-0ubuntu2.2 -
 * nss 3.12.9+ckbi-1.82-0ubuntu2.2 -
 * libotr 3.2.0-2ubuntu1.1 -
 * libotr 3.2.0-2ubuntu1.1 -
 * icedtea-web 1.2-2ubuntu0.11.04.3 -

End of Life - October 2012

=== Ubuntu 11.10 Updates ===

 * libreoffice 1:3.4.4-0ubuntu1.4 -
 * libreoffice 1:3.4.4-0ubuntu1.4 -
 * adobe-flashplugin -
 * firefox 14.0.1+build1-0ubuntu0.11.10.3	-
 * flashplugin-nonfree -
 * flashplugin-nonfree -
 * tzdata 2012e-0ubuntu0.11.10 -
 * clamav_0.97.5+dfsg-1ubuntu0.11.10.3_armel_translations.tar.gz-
 * clamav 0.97.5+dfsg-1ubuntu0.11.10.3	-
 * nss 3.12.9+ckbi-1.82-0ubuntu6.1 -
 * nss 3.12.9+ckbi-1.82-0ubuntu6.1 -
 * libotr 3.2.0-2.1ubuntu0.1 -
 * libotr 3.2.0-2.1ubuntu0.1 -
 * icedtea-web 1.2-2ubuntu0.11.10.3 -

End of Life - April 2013

=== Ubuntu 12.04 Updates ===

 * edubuntu-artwork 12.04.3 -
 * base-files 6.5ubuntu6.2 -
 * ltsp 5.3.7-0ubuntu2.2 -
 * xorg-server 2:1.11.4-0ubuntu10.7 -
 * python-webob 1.1.1-1ubuntu0 -
 * sessioninstaller 0.20+bzr128-0ubuntu1.1	-
 * libbonobo 2.32.1-0ubuntu1.1 -
 * libbonoboui 2.24.5-0ubuntu1.1 -
 * fglrx-installer 2:8.960-0ubuntu1.1 -
 * mdadm 3.2.5-1ubuntu0.2 -
 * edubuntu-artwork 12.04.3 -
 * update-notifier 0.119ubuntu8.5 -
 * nspr 4.8.9-1ubuntu2.1 -
 * launchpad-integration -
 * update-manager 1: -
 * apt-clone 0.2.2ubuntu2 -
 * light-themes -
 * fglrx-installer-updates 2:8.960-0ubuntu1.1	-
 * fglrx-installer-updates 2:8.960-0ubuntu1.1	-
 * debian-installer 20101020ubuntu136.3	-
 * libreoffice 1:3.5.4-0ubuntu1.1 -
 * blueman 1.23-0ubuntu2.1 -
 * libreoffice 1:3.5.4-0ubuntu1.1 -
 * mesa 8.0.3+8.0.2-0ubuntu3.2 -
 * edubuntu-artwork 12.04.4 -
 * perl 5.14.2-6ubuntu2.1 -
 * libxml-sax-perl 0.99+dfsg-1ubuntu0.1	-
 * edubuntu-artwork 12.04.4 -
 * adobe-flashplugin -
 * eucalyptus 3.1.0+deps-0precise1 -
 * firefox 14.0.1+build1-0ubuntu0.12.04.3	-
 * flashplugin-nonfree -
 * flashplugin-nonfree -
 * mesa 8.0.3+8.0.2-0ubuntu3.2 -
 * gnome-settings-daemon 3.4.2-0ubuntu0.4	-
 * mesa 8.0.3+8.0.2-0ubuntu3.2 -
 * blueman 1.23-0ubuntu2.1 -
 * xserver-xorg-video-intel 2:2.17.0-1ubuntu4.1	-
 * aptdaemon 0.43+bzr805-0ubuntu4 -
 * walinuxagent	1.0~git20120606.c16f5e9-0ubuntu2~12.04.1 -
 * nux 2.14.0-0ubuntu1 -
 * d-conf 0.12.0-0ubuntu1.1 -
 * compiz 1: -
 * indicator-weather 11.11.28-0ubuntu1.2	-
 * gcalctool -
 * sqlite3 3.7.9-2ubuntu1.1 -
 * tzdata 2012e-0ubuntu0.12.04 -
 * ubuntuone-installer 3.0.2-0ubuntu1.1	-
 * ubiquity-slideshow-ubuntu 58.2 -
 * ubiquity-slideshow-ubuntu 58.2 -
 * nspr 4.8.9-1ubuntu2.2 -
 * ubiquity 2.10.20 -
 * ubuntu-sso-client 3.0.2-0ubuntu2 -
 * icedtea-web 1.2-2ubuntu1.2 -
 * redeclipse 1.2-2ubuntu0.1 -
 * redeclipse 1.2-2ubuntu0.1 -
 * clamav-
 * clamav 0.97.5+dfsg-1ubuntu0.12.04.3	-
 * xfwm4 4.8.3-1ubuntu1.1 -
 * nspr 4.8.9-1ubuntu2.2 -
 * telepathy-mission-control-5	1:5.12.0-0ubuntu2.1 -
 * ubuntu-defaults-zh-cn 0.8.3 -
 * libotr 3.2.0-4ubuntu0.1 -
 * libotr 3.2.0-4ubuntu0.1 -
 * mythtv	2:0.25.2+fixes.20120802.46cab93-0ubuntu1 -
 * ubiquity 2.10.20 -
 * ubuntu-defaults-zh-cn 0.8.3 -
 * tzdata 2012e-0ubuntu0.12.04 -
 * nspr 4.8.9-1ubuntu2.3 -
 * ubuntu-sso-client 3.0.2-0ubuntu2 -
 * ubuntuone-installer 3.0.2-0ubuntu1.1	-
 * xfwm4 4.8.3-1ubuntu1.1 -
 * nspr 4.8.9-1ubuntu2.3 -
 * jockey 0.9.7-0ubuntu7.1 -
 * cedarview-vaapi-driver 20120608-0ubuntu1	-
 * cedarview-graphics-drivers 20120717-0ubuntu1	-
 * cedarview-drm-drivers 20120717-0ubuntu1	-
 * indicator-appmenu 0.3.97-0ubuntu1.1	-

End of Life - April 2017

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