The QML Toolkit lets you create apps for the new Ubuntu smartphone system. We’ll help you get started with setting up the QML development environment.
Commercial game companies big and small, as well as various distributors, are starting to recognize Ubuntu as a viable gaming platform.
Q&A with Ubuntu contributor Mike Basinger
Jono explains what’s going on behind the scenes at Ubuntu on the desktop, mobile devices, and the cloud and how the community fits into the grand plan.
Marcel Gagné: Orbiting Planet *buntu
Amber Graner: You in Ubuntu
Is it weird for a Spanish editor to edit an Anglo-American magazine written mainly by German writers? We can take this exercise further: Do you find it a bit strange that you are reading about an operating system created by a South African, based on a kernel developed by a Finnish hacker, and maintained and expanded by a worldwide crew of programmers and software companies?
So you thought Ubuntu was not for gamers? New tools and trends point to a bright future for Ubuntu gaming. Whether you’re an occasional player or an expert, you’ll score with our study of the state of the game in Ubuntu Linux.
Steam for Linux rolled out as a beta release at the end of 2012. Now that the official Steam for Linux client is out, we show you how to get started with this powerful multi-player gaming system.
When Joey-Elijah Sneddon launched OMG! Ubuntu! in 2009, he couldn’t have predicted that a few years later the site would attract more than 1.6 million unique visitors a month viewing more than 7 million pages. In this interview, Sneddon explains how the site got started and what he thinks of the direction Ubuntu is now headed.
Q&A with Ubuntu Forums admin Mike Basinger
Jono Bacon shares his enthusiasm for the Ubuntu phone.