Canonical founder and CEO Mark Shuttleworth, developer of the Ubuntu open source operating system, announced in December that he was stepping aside to develop cloud product design and curry new partners. He named Chief Operating Officer Jane Silber to take his place as CEO.
Mark Shuttleworth, the founder of Canonical, has admitted that one of his blog posts has enraged the Ubuntu and Linux community and took the blame for the communication gaffe he supposedly committed. It's not an usual thing to see Mark Shuttleworth admitting to have made a mistake. He was in a criticizing spot before, with Unity and other projec... (read more)
After announcing a new Unity Next and Mir display manager, Canonical has taken a lot of heat from the community, but Mark Shuttleworth has invited everyone to settle down and stop dramatizing the entire situation.
Canonical's founder, Mark Shuttleworth took the time to explain, in a long blog post, what his expectation from the rolling release model are, but he also slipped a few statements about
Mark Shuttleworth, the founder of the Canonical, has provided some insights in the future of Ubuntu and talked about his plans to conquer the Linux world.It’s not a secret that Mark Shuttleworth has big plans for Ubuntu and it’s been clear for some time that he wants Ubuntu on all the major platforms, including mobiles ... (read more)
Canonical expects to start rolling out the first phase of Ubuntu's new heads-up display in the April release of Ubuntu 12.04. But HUD will supplement Unity, Ubuntu's default desktop interface, rather than fully replace it.
Everyone is talking about rolling releases for the next generations of Ubuntu OS, but the founder of Canonical, Mark Shuttleworth, has a different opinion on this matter. Mark Shuttleworth took some time to further explain why he is not a big supporter of the rolling release model, and he even said that they h... (read more)
Canonical CEO Mark Shuttleworth says parts of Ubuntu 13.04 will be kept a secret, out of the public eye until its unveiling.
The move, which he writes about on his blog, will sure to create a firestorm in the Ubuntu community, which has in the past rained criticism on Unity, the interface Canonical developed for Ubuntu two years ago.