The Linux Mint team announces its cool new version 11, aka "Katya."
Ubuntu's head designer, Ivanka Majic, is leaving for an extended motorcycle trip through America, and whether she will return to Canonical remains unclear.
The World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) sends out last call for public review of HTML5 specifications.
BackTrack, an Ubuntu-based penetration-testing distribution, offers "major improvements" over previous releases, including support for 32- and 64-bit architectures, KDE 4, Gnome, and Fluxbox.
Lubuntu now officially supported Ubuntu derivative.
The Budapest Ubuntu Developer Summit (UDS-O) kicked off on Monday, May 9, at the Corinthia Hotel. "Accessibility is one of our core values as a project," Canonical founder Mark Shuttleworth said in his keynote address, as he acknowledged the Unity documentation team contributions to the 11.04 release. After briefly looking back at the "Natty Narwhal" Ubuntu release, Shuttleworth set his sights on the upcoming release, saying, "Our goal, our mission is 200-million Ubuntu users in four years."
The LoCo Team Directory (LD) is a place where you can find information regarding Ubuntu Local Community (LoCo) Teams; and in a blog post today, Jono Bacon discusses what he is looking forward to discussing about this community maintained resource at the upcoming Ubuntu Developer Summit (UDS).