Ubuntu’s Self-Appointed Benevolent Dictator For Life, Mark Shuttleworth, nails it again.
Why it’s time for Linux to get out of the geek market.
Canonical have been busy at work, it seems…
So I figured it was about time to get this little baby out in the wild. I have been sitting on it for a little while, making occasional tweaks here and there, but you can only do that for so long before your brain starts to run out of your ears.
Followers and fans of the Ubuntu Operating System will be fully aware of the imminent release of the next version of the distro, codenamed “Natty Narwhal”, version 11.04.
I love Open Source software; I love the idea behind it, the transparency, the pace of development that occurs, the community spirit it endeavours. So I want to give something back.
Further to the glorious news that one of the Ubuntu ‘Light’ themes—Ambiance—received an update for the forthcoming Ubuntu Maverick release, Andreas Cimitan, developer of the Murrine GTK engine and the man responsible for updating the Light themes, has announced the imminent update to the second Light theme: Radiance.
No doubt some of you may have already read about this but as a devoted Ubuntu user I nevertheless feel duty-bound to inform you folk of the good news.
Well, it’s been a few months since my last post about fonts and typefaces and since then I’ve done a lot more exploring into the vast world of typefaces and returned with some very interesting finds, particularly when it comes to screen-ready display fonts.