Mark Shuttleworth, the founder of Canonical, has praised the quality of the daily builds provided by putting a new spin on the rolling release issue.Before the launch of Ubuntu 13.04 (Raring Ringtail) there was intense discussion about adopting a rolling release model (LTS releases with periodical updates), but the initiative has been stopped in it’s tracks by Mark Shuttleworth.“In the
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)
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 Canonical, has clarified his “Tea Party” comments and apologized for this rather personal remark. It's not every day that we see Mark Shuttleworth apologizing two times in a row, and most likely this is the first time that it happened.
The KDE e.V. president and one of the developers of KDE Plasma, Aaron Seigo, has issued a challenge to Mark Shuttleworth which has remained unanswered, so far.Mark Shuttleworth wrote on his blog about the people who are making a political stand, in his opinion, against Canonical's Mir display server.
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)