After replying on Google+ comments, watching a movie, enjoying a game, listening music, etc, if users from Panama, Mexico to Alaska, Ukraine and Hungary visit the Ubuntu world for merely minutes, they are immediately met by a natural conclusion: community is centered in the very heart of Ubuntu.
Ubuntu 12.04 LTS was released on April 26th, 2012, date that marked the landing of another meaningful Ubuntu version, packed with enhanced polish, solid-as-a-rock approach, exciting new features, visible boost in speed, etc, attributes explained, presented, discussed, acknowledged on forums, blogs, social media, etc.
Ubuntu 12.04 LTS will be launched on April 26th 2012, nevertheless the plans for the new Ubuntu 12.10 have already started to gather excitement and interest.
Ubuntu developers have just published new plans for the upcoming 12.10 release, plans that include the newly reshaped indicator menus, plans centered around relevance, attribute that is to shape and lead various Ubuntu 12.10 components:
Weeks ago, Ubuntu developers organized a popular user survey conducted in three languages (English, Spanish, Portuguese), aiming and obtaining a crisp image related to various types of relationships between Ubuntu and users.
The results (part 4) are:
Weeks ago, Ubuntu developers conducted an in-depth Ubuntu User Survey, performed in three languages (English, Spanish and Portuguese), survey targeted towards refining and contouring a serious "what is what" in the Ubuntu world.
The results are:
- Ubuntu's built-in Ubuntu One usage (use it/don't use it)
Days ago, thousands of users from all over the globe dived into an Ubuntu User Survey, aimed at giving a contour to motivations, opinions, facts, choices related to Ubuntu.
The first part of the official results was launched yesterday, and, just now, the developers published the second part.
Ubuntu User Survey 2012 was performed in three languages (English, Spanish, Portuguese).
Ubuntu is an exciting ecosystem where lots of interactions, ideas, beliefs, passions are put together to form a global community that uses, modifies, builds and interacts with Ubuntu in numerous ways.
Days ago, Ubuntu developers launched an user survey where users responded to various question, answers gathered in order to sketch a "professional" relatively accurate look on who, why, where related to Ubuntu.
Ubuntu 12.04 final hasn't been released until now, yet, Ubuntu developers have already started the work on Ubuntu 12.10, from a design point-of-view, introducing new interesting features.
In Ubuntu 11.10 and 12.04, when an application have multiple instances simultaneously opened, its Unity launcher icon "gains" several dots (symbolizing numerous instances), when users left-click on that launcher icon, the windows are displayed in Spread mode, thus users can easily choose, observe, act upon them.
Part of building a solid, usable ,modern and innovative Ubuntu is understanding the users who use the actual OS, consequently, Ubuntu developers have put together a five minutes clickable online survey, where users are to answer various questions (such as age, country, where did you first hear about Ubuntu?, etc).