The Ubuntu Developer Summit has started today and everyone is curious to see what Canonical has in store for us. UDS or Ubuntu Developer Summit is a developers’ meeting where they try to piece together, in advance, the future of Ubuntu operating systems, whether it's about the desktop or the mobile versions.
As expected, the second Ubuntu Developer Summit (UDS) event for 2011 has been officially announced a couple of minutes ago by Jono Bacon in an email. The Ubuntu 12.04 Developer Summit event will take place in Orlando, Florida, USA from 31st October to 4th November.Today we are very proud to announce the Ubuntu Developer Summit event ... (read more)
It is UDS session scheduling time!
By now we should hopefully have all or most Blueprints registered and
targeted to the uds-1308 sprint in Launchpad. Please take a moment
to go through that list and review any Blueprints for your track.
I am an open source web developer that has decided to transition away from using M$ as the center of my everyday workflow and dive into linux for my primary workstation. As a linux n00b, I would like to know from linux experts what the most valuable tools are available for common (and not so common) tasks from a web developer's perspective.
According to Android development documentation (see http://developer.android.com/training/in-app-billing/test-iab-app.html )
there is a field in the developer console settings for Android apps where IAB test-enabled gmail accounts go. There is also a combo box to set the license test answer. Some choices are available, among which "RESPOND_NORMALLY" or "LICENSED".