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We talk about who we are and what we do, as well as why we have started this podcast.
"Users first, ... And yesterday marked the biggest leap forward in that mission that Ubuntu has ever taken, ...we brought something new to the very core of the user experience of the free platform: Unity,"
Mark Shuttleworth have his say about the new release
"Given the breadth of interest in free personal productivity applications and the rapid evolution of personal computing technologies, we believe the OpenOffice.org project would be best managed by an organization focused on serving that broad constituency on a non-commercial basis."
Press relase by Oracle
"Mozilla is offering Aurora as a more robust alternative to nightly builds with the aim of making early-stage testing palatable to a slightly more mainstream (and much larger) audience of software enthusiasts. There will still be plenty of bugs in Aurora builds?the whole point is to expand the pool of contributors who are helping to find such bugs?but users will be able to count on it functioning from day to day without serious unexpected disruptions.
Users can expect to see updated Aurora builds issued roughly every six weeks."
Ars Technica - Ride the Firefox development wave with Aurora pre-release builds
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Theme music today by Alexander Blu.
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