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By: Rennywenny's Weblog

Fri, 13 Feb 2009 10:11:55 +0000

Feature Based Versions... I am developing software for almost 3 years though I have not done any significant or noticeable piece of software but the most common thing I always faced, my supervisor saying: We need to implement this feature. We need to omit this we ain’t gonna...



By: Premio PFC con Sw Libre » Blog Archive » Sincronización dos esforzos: seleccionando o ciclo de release

Wed, 27 Aug 2008 11:29:15 +0000

[...] este respecto, Mark Shuttleworth, fundador de Ubuntu, publicou recentemente un post sobre a sincronización da pila completa de aplicacións libres no que falaba sobre a estratexia de release de Ubuntu: […] at Ubuntu we have converged around [...]



By: Discussion sur la synchronicité du Logiciel Libre

Sun, 03 Aug 2008 22:43:58 +0000

[...] française de l’article “Discussing free software synchronicity“. Auteur : Mark Shuttleworth - Traducteur : Bernard Opic — Il y a eu une vague de [...]



By: Vincenzo Dentamaro

Fri, 06 Jun 2008 10:15:31 +0000

Hi Mark, i sent you an email about the SFS Technology, but without reply. I want to talk you about my idea. What can I do to talk to you?



By: Prashant

Sun, 01 Jun 2008 06:58:15 +0000

Something like this will be really awesome ! Will take collaboration to new levels. Cant wait for it to come true :D Even if we can get RHEL with Ubuntu LTS it would rock :D



By: mph

Thu, 29 May 2008 15:07:08 +0000

Mark, I am wondering what about a unfied production release for the Back To school 2009 time frame. This would be that the production versions (LTS, RHEL 6/7, SUSE 12) Around Labor Day (September 7 2009) I believe that this would mean that there should be a test distributions about the April-May 2009 (a Fedora, regular Ubuntu, and OpenSUSE) meaning that the Apps stuff should be locked in March-April and the kernel coming out in Jan-March 2009. Is this a reasonable schedule to ask for?



By: Mark Shuttleworth on Testing Driven Development(TDD) | it's unix, not eunuchs

Thu, 29 May 2008 14:43:40 +0000

[...] Development(TDD) Mark Shuttleworth, father of the de facto linux desktop OS — Ubuntu, recently weighed in on a few different issues. He wanted to address some recent moves towards getting the Gnome and KDE crowd to talk nice to one [...]



By: arthurson

Thu, 29 May 2008 03:44:50 +0000

hi Mark, following the last post, more and more people complain my decision of ordering free cd without any contribution is selfish and meaningless. i just feel hurt when i share received cd to others and then got attacted by many linux user.



By: Alex Shenoy

Wed, 28 May 2008 22:24:03 +0000

Mark, I understand your approach, and I agree. It is very important for projects like KDE and GNOME to focus on a release schedule that coincides with distributions. I do have a question, though. Does this work for third party applications? For example, do you think that this approach would work or be useful for a multimedia application. This question refers to smaller applications. Especially applications that might not be candidates for default release in distributions.There are plenty of applications that solve a problem for very few individuals. For example, MPD clients. Is it worth it for these applications to adopt this philosophy? Alex



By: JanC

Mon, 26 May 2008 01:58:49 +0000

@Mr. Harshad Joshi: 1. Windows XP doesn't support MP3, DivX/Xvid, etc. without downloading codecs either... Actually, Windows XP requires you to find a codec for DivX yourself instead of downloading it automaticly! 2. True, there are more .exe & .msi installers than .deb installers for now, but this will improve over time. The main feature of .deb is when you want to _uninstall_ an application anyway... ;-) 3. There is support for gamers, although it's true that for new games, especially commercial games, Windows is still a better option in almost all cases.