Ubuntu and Thunderbird: What the Future Might Holdview story

http://www.thevarguy.com – For years, Ubuntu’s default email client was Evolution. Then, last year, Canonical switched to Mozilla Thunderbird. But now recent doubts over the future of Thunderbird — most of them pretty speculative — have spawned worries that Thunderbird might, in its turn, disappear from Ubuntu. Will it? And more importantly, would it really matter to many people? (IT news)

Commit Digest: Issue 197view story

http://blogs.gnome.org – This week… 1778 commits, in 207 projects, by 207 happy hackers (and 225 were translation commits). Edward Hervey ported clutter-gst to GStreamer 1.0, and Florian Müllner did the same for gnome-shell . (GNOME bug 679445) Juan Pablo Ugarte fixed important memory leaks in glade . (Software)

[ubuntu] du is not being very helpfulview story

http://ubuntuforums.org – I have an issue with one of my servers running Ubuntu. MySQL is not working because the disk is "full". I checked the root directory and there's 218GB of data in there but the du command won't tell me where it's all located. (Hardware)

GNOME Foundation: Minutes of the Board Meeting - June 29, 2012view story

http://permalink.gmane.org – Wiki: https://live.gnome.org/FoundationBoard/Minutes/20120629 = Minutes for Meeting of June 29, 2012 = == Next Meeting == July 13, 2012 == Attending == * Bastien Nocera * Brian Cameron * Emmanuele Bassi * Germán Póo-Caamaño * Karen Sandler * Rosanna Yuen * Ryan Lortie * Shaun !McCance * Stormy Peters * Seif Lotfy * Joanmarie Diggs * Tobias Mueller * Andreas Nilsson === Regrets (Software)

Gnome 3 Google Calendar/Evolutionview story

http://forums.fedoraforum.org – Hi all :dance: Nice to be here. I have Evolution syncing with my Google Calendar, which is working perfectly. However, this calendar's events do not show when I click the time on the top panel in Gnome 3, it shows an empty calendar and agenda. Is there anyway to select my Google Calendar as the one to show here please? Many thanks in advance :C milknosugar (HowTos)

Ubuntu: Thunderbird supportato per 5 anniview story

http://www.oneopensource.it – La notizia per cui Mozilla ha deciso di tagliare le proprie risorse per Thunderbird in favore di altri progetti, ha lasciato nello scompiglio moltissimi utenti affezionati a questo client, nonostante nell’ambito open source le alternative non manchino – come Evolution, Sylpheed e Claws Mail, oppure storici client da riga di comando come Mutt e Alpine. Ne sa qualcosa anche il team di Ub (Software)

Speed issues with Precise on AMDAthlonview story

http://askubuntu.com – I have an AMD Athlon X2 260 processor (dual core @ 3.2 Ghz - No over clocking, default BIOS values) running on an ASUS motherboard. It is a brand new motherboard and has 4 GB RAM. I have installed 12.04 -64 bit on it. All updates installed Firstly, it takes about 13 secs to log in and see the desktop wallpaper after entering the password. (HowTos)

Evolution Iussesview story

http://forums.fedoraforum.org – Since updating to Evolution 3.4.X I've been running into some issues with Evolution and was hoping for a fix for them. 1) Previously Evolution would ask for my permission before sending a read receipt for a Return-Receipt-To header. It now doesn't prompt and sends a read receipt. (HowTos)

Evolution: Sending mail takes several minutesview story

http://askubuntu.com – When I send a mail, it takes several minutes (~20) to finish this task. I can see a status bar item, percents increasing. I wouldn't mind much; the problem is that until it's done, I can't see the mail in the Sent folder and can't work with it. This behavior started without any reconfiguration. Other users of the same mail server do not experience this trouble. How can I fix this? (HowTos)

Motorola announces the Atrix HD for AT&T and the Atrix HD LTE for Bell Canadaview story

http://www.talkandroid.com –   We already saw a leak of the AT&T Atrix HD so we knew it was only a matter of time when it was officially announced. That time is today as Motorola made if official for both AT&T as well as Bell in Canada. Don’t let the titles of both phones fool you, they are both LTE devices so no worries. (IT news)