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Fedora Community Blog: Flock interviews: CommOps and Metrics Workshop

As you probably know, there is annual convention called Flock. This year’s is happening in Cape Cod, Hyannis, MA and will begin the morning of Tuesday, August 29. Sessions will continue each day until midday on Friday, September 1.

I …

The Curious Case of LinkedIn Data Sharing with Microsoft Azure Active Directory and Office 365

I have a long-standing gripe with LinkedIn for the aggressive harvesting of contacts from their users. I use LinkedIn to a limited extent for professional connections, but I’m always careful to keep it separate and isolated as much as …

DSC Resource Kit Release August 2017

DSC Resource Kit Release

We just released the DSC Resource Kit!

This release includes updates to 10 DSC resource modules. In these past 6 weeks, 91 pull requests have been merged and 74 issues have been closed, all thanks

Too Soon to Kill the Groove.exe OneDrive for Business Sync Client?

Over at the Microsoft Technical Community, a forums member asks:

A colleague reported not being able to sync using OneDrive for Business using the older groove.exe app today. I tried myself and got the error “This library can no

Container Monitoring solution general availability

Today we are announcing the general availability of the Container Monitoring solution in Log Analytics, with added features to provide better insights into your Kubernetes cluster. You can access the Container Monitoring solution from the Operations Management Suite (OMS) Solution …

Ubuntu Insights: LXD 2.17 has been released

The changes in this release include

New features:

  • Add support for specifying the ceph user (using the “ceph.user.name” property)
  • Implement “instance types” as an easy way to specify limits (e.g. “lxc launch ubuntu:16.04 -t t2.micro”)
  • Add a new “lxc query”

Sven Vermeulen: Using nVidia with SELinux

Yesterday I’ve switched to the gentoo-sources kernel package on Gentoo Linux.
And with that, I also attempted (succesfully) to use the propriatary nvidia drivers
so that I can enjoy both a smoother 3D experience while playing minecraft, as well
as …

Fedora Community Blog: Flock interviews: User Feedback on Modularity

As you probably know, there is annual convention called Flock. This year’s is happening in Cape Cod, Hyannis, MA and will begin the morning of Tuesday, August 29. Sessions will continue each day until midday on Friday, September 1.

I …

Sergio Schvezov: UbuConLA 2017 Summit Summary

These are my notes about UbuconLA, a bit of social activities and thoughts on the talks related to the snappy ecosystem.
Arriving I left late on thursday for a planned night arrival into Lima, Leo was going to be arriving …

Azure AD and Intune now support macOS in conditional access!

Howdy folks,

Conditional access is one of athe fastest growing services in EMS and we are constantly getting feedback from customers about new capabilities they would like us to add to it. One of the most frequently requested is …

Ubuntu Insights: Canonical expands enterprise Kubernetes

  • Canonical supports enterprise Kubernetes on cloud and on-premises
  • Two turnkey consulting packages for rapid deployment
  • Support for Galactic Fog serverless, Rancher container management and Weave Cloud
  • Reference architectures for Kubernetes operations on cloud or bare-metal

LONDON, U.K, Aug 23rd, 2017

Adam Young: Running OpenShift Origin built from source

Kubernetes is moving from Third Party Resources to the Aggregated API Server.  In order to work with this and continue to deploy on OpenShift Origin, we need to move from working with the shipped and stable version that is in …

The Great Echo Giveaway

The Great Echo Giveaway

What’s so great about an Amazon Echo?

Besides all the convenient services an Echo offers, did you know that an Amazon Echo can control a VM?

At VMworld this year & elsewhere in our community, you …

Ubuntu Insights: Kernel Team Summary: August 23, 2017

Development (Artful / 17.10)

We intend to target a 4.13 kernel for the Ubuntu 17.10 release. The artful kernel is now based on Linux 4.12. The Ubuntu 17.10 Kernel Freeze is Thurs Oct 5, 2017.

  • The 4.12 kernel is available

William Brown: GSoC 2017 – Mentor Report from 389 Project

GSoC 2017 – Mentor Report from 389 Project

This year I have had the pleasure of being a mentor for the Google Summer of Code program, as part of the Fedora
Project organisation. I was representing the 389 Directory Server

Fedora Community Blog: Flock interviews: Multi-Arch Container Layered Image Build System

As you probably know, there is annual convention called Flock. This year’s is happening in Cape Cod, Hyannis, MA and will begin the morning of Tuesday, August 29. Sessions will continue each day until midday on Friday, September 1.

I …

Azure Monitor now available in Azure Government

Getting ahead of issues before they impact end users is a key goal of any IT organization. One important tool in this process is the use of monitoring and analytics services, which help ensure that you get up-to-date information on …

Security and Compliance in Azure Stack

Security posture and compliance validation roadmap for Azure Stack

Security considerations and compliance regulations are important drivers for people that choose to control their infrastructure using private/hybrid clouds while using IaaS and PaaS technologies to modernize their applications. Azure Stack …

Azure Log Analytics – Container Monitoring Solution general availability, CNCF Landscape

Docker container is an emerging technology to help developers and devops with easy provisioning and continuous delivery in modern infrastructure. As containers can be ubiquitous in an environment, monitoring is essential. We've developed a monitoring solution which provides deep insights into containers …

Fedora Community Blog: Flock interviews: Get Together with Local Fedorans: A UX Design Case

As you probably know, there is annual convention called Flock. This year’s is happening in Cape Cod, Hyannis, MA and will begin the morning of Tuesday, August 29. Sessions will continue each day until midday on Friday, September 1.

I …

Azure Monitor: Enhanced capabilities for routing logs and metrics

Today we are pleased to announce a new set of capabilities within Azure Monitor for routing your Azure resource diagnostic logs and metrics to storage accounts, Event Hubs namespaces, or Log Analytics workspaces. You can now create multiple resource …

riecatnor: Designing Fedora Badges @ Flock 2017

Exciting news: I will be attending Flock 2017 in Hyannis, MA, this year! I will be holding a Fedora Badges Do Session with Masha Leonova. The session will be held on the first day of the conference, Tuesday, August …

Didier Roche: Ubuntu GNOME Shell in Artful: Day 7

Today’s change will be about one of our last transformation (non visual but in term of feature) on our journey on transforming the default session in Ubuntu Artful. For more background on this, you can refer back to our decisions …

Azure Analysis Services web designer adds visual model editing to the preview

Last month we released a preview of the Azure Analysis Services web designer. This new browser-based experience will allow developers to start creating and managing Azure Analysis Services (AAS) semantic models quickly and easily. While SQL Server Data Tools (SSDT) …

Fabian Deutsch: The slide deck presented at FrOSCon 2017. It is a small update…


The slide deck presented at FrOSCon 2017. It is a small update on the KubeVirt front.

Take a look if you want to understand the motivation, and key pillars of KubeVirt.…

Fedora Magazine: 3 ways to trick out your terminal emulator

The command line is one of the most well-loved parts of a Linux distribution. Maybe not just because of what you can do with it, but how you can use it. Terminal windows are notorious for customization, and there’s several …

Announcing the public preview of Azure Archive Blob Storage and Blob-Level Tiering

From startups to large organizations, our customers in every industry have experienced exponential growth of their data. A significant amount of this data is rarely accessed but must be stored for a long period of time to meet business continuity …

The Fridge: Ubuntu Weekly Newsletter Issue 517

Welcome to the Ubuntu Weekly Newsletter. This is issue #517 for the week of August 15 – 21, 2017, and the full version is available here.

In this issue we cover:

Fedora Community Blog: Flock interviews: Designing Fedora Badges

As you probably know, there is annual convention called Flock. This year’s is happening in Cape Cod, Hyannis, MA and will begin the morning of Tuesday, August 29. Sessions will continue each day until midday on Friday, September 1.

I …

Fedora Badges: New badge: FLISOL 2017 Organizer !


FLISOL 2017 OrganizerYou helped organize the Fedora booth for FLISOL 2017! Thanks for your help. …

Fedora Badges: New badge: FLISOL 2017 Attendee !


FLISOL 2017 AttendeeYou visited the Fedora booth at FLISOL 2017! …

Fedora Badges: New badge: Stroopwafel (Cookie VII) !


Stroopwafel (Cookie VII)A legend among Fedorans, a true person of the community… you have earned the sacred stroopwafel. …

Fedora Badges: New badge: DotNet SIG Member !


DotNet SIG MemberYou’re a proud member of the DotNet Special Interest Group …

Kubuntu General News: Help needed testing newest bugfix release of Plasma on Kubuntu 17.04

Are you using Kubuntu 17.04, our current release? Help us test a new bugfix release for KDE Plasma! Go here for more details: https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Testing/EnableProposed.

Unfortunately that page illustrates Xenial and Ubuntu Unity rather than Zesty in Kubuntu. Using Discover …

Josh Bressers: Spend until you’re secure


I was watching a few Twitter conversations about purchasing security last week and had yet another conversation about security ROI. This has me thinking about what we spend money on. In many industries we can spend our way out of …

Splunking SplunkLive!

A cool use case of “event analytics” with Splunk leveraging various data sources including Cisco Meraki.…

A #VMTN Guide: How to Attend VMworld 2017, Without Physically Attending VMworld 2017

With VMworld quickly approaching, thousands of people around the world are checking in to flights, registering for sessions, podcasters are slating guests, Twitter & Facebook feeds are buzzing with excitement. There truly is no replacement for being surrounded by …

Petr Šabata: modulemd 1.3.0

I almost forgot! Last week I released modulemd-1.3.0, the module metadata format specification and its reference Python implementation.

This release defines just three new fields but all of them are pretty important.

  • context, which carries a short hash

Jean-Baptiste Holcroft: Traduisons F-Droid en français

Depuis quelques semaines, j’ai constaté que F-Droid avant plusieurs sous-projets supplémentaires sur son projet Weblate. Comme c’est un exemple à suivre, j’ai préféré écrire cet article que de traduire !

Voici l’état des lieux actuel du projet F-Droid sur Weblate

Ubuntu Insights: This Week In Snapcraft

Ubuntu Insights: Week 33 of 2017 in snapcraft

Welcome to the weekly development notes for snapcraft! This covers work from August 14 until August 20 of 2017.

Development in master

Last week, error handling in snapcraft took the spotlight, this is the list of what happened in master:…

Andres Rodriguez: MAAS 2.3.0 alpha 2 Released!

Hello MAASters!

I’m happy to annouce that MAAS 2.3.0 Alpha 2 has now been released and it is currently available in Ubuntu Artful, PPA for Xenial and as a snap.
PPA Availability
For those running Ubuntu Xenial and would like …

Now available: Windows Server 2016 Security Guide!

This blog post was authored by Nir Ben Zvi, Principal PM Manager, Windows Server.

Windows Server 2016 includes major security innovations that can help protect privileged identity, make it harder for attackers to breach your servers, and detect attacks so …

Bodhi: Bodhi 2.10.1 released

2.10.1

Bug fixes

  • Adjust the Greenwave subject query to include the original NVR of the builds (#1765).

Release contributors

The following developers contributed to Bodhi 2.10.1:

  • Ralph Bean

Ubuntu Insights: Ubuntu Server Development Summary – 22 Aug 2017

Hello Ubuntu Server!

The purpose of this communication is to provide a status update and highlights for any interesting subjects from the Ubuntu Server Team. If you would like to reach the server team, you can find us at the …

Sven Vermeulen: Switch to Gentoo sources

You’ve might already read it on the Gentoo news site, the Hardened Linux kernel sources
are removed from the tree
due to the grsecurity change where the grsecurity
Linux kernel patches are no longer provided for free. The decision was …

Julita Inca Chiroque: CONECIT 2017: Conferences, Workshops and Jungle Tours

The CONECIT 2017 Conference was held in UNAS, Tingo Maria on 14 -18 August, and the feedback from the majority of attendees so far has been positive. The committee was conformed by 76 students as organizers, with

Ubuntu Insights: SnapRoute and Canonical create new switch stack for network operators

Redefining the economics of data center networking through disaggregation of hardware, operating system, and software components.

SnapRoute and Canonical announced today an integrated network stack, creating a rock solid software foundation for white-box and brite-box switch deployments in large environments. …

Charles-Antoine Couret: Résultats des élections de Fedora 08/17

Comme je vous le rapportais il y a peu, Fedora a organisé des élections
pour renouveler partiellement le collège de ses organes.

Le scrutin est comme toujours un vote par valeurs. Nous pouvons attribuer à
chaque candidat un certain …

Canonical Design Team: Cookie notification component

We’ve all seen the annoying cookie notification which website owners are legally obliged to include on their sites. We can’t avoid them, so let’s have some fun with them.

Previously, for Canonical’s sites, the cookie notification was a shared CSS …

Azure Network Watcher introduces Connectivity Check (Preview)

Diagnosing network connectivity and performance issues in the cloud can be a challenge as your network evolves in complexity. We are pleased to announce the preview of a new feature to check network connectivity in a variety of scenarios when …

What Can Microsoft Intune See On Your Managed Mobile Devices?

When mobile device management is being used there are often concerns by end users about what the company can see on their mobile devices. For most people the concerns are around private information such as text messages and photos, while …

New Offers in Azure Marketplace!

14 great new cloud offerings were published to Azure Marketplace last month. Check ‘em out!

– The Azure Marketplace Team

image Denodo Platform:  is a leading data virtualization product that provides agile, high performance data integration and data abstraction across

Justin W. Flory: Embracing open source cloud: Local government in Tirana switches to open source cloud solution


Embracing open source cloud: Local government in Tirana switches to open source cloud solution

This article was originally published on Opensource.com.


Open source software has come a long way since the turn of the century. Each year, more and more people are embracing open source technology and development models. Not just people, though ­– …

Alexys Jacob: py3status v3.6

After four months of cool contributions and hard work on normalization and modules’ clean up, I’m glad to announce the release of py3status v3.6!

Milestone 3.6 was mainly focused about existing modules, from their documentation to their usage …

Microsoft and Red Hat Help Accelerate Enterprise Container Adoption

Today we made some exciting announcements along with Red Hat around container support. We’re adding Windows support in OpenShift, OpenShift Dedicated on Azure and SQL Server support in OpenShift and Red Hat Linux to our joint roadmap, and extending the …

Jono Bacon: The Value of Failure and Feedback: A Guide

When people are huddled at a conference or professional event, the subject often turns to the value of failure and embracing feedback. “It is the key to self improvement!”, many chant, channeling their inner self-help gurus, Sadly, many don’t …

Casper: Unités systemd avec docker

Une fois encore le couple systemd-docker nous montre son efficacité… redoutable. J’ai pû monter un service en quelques minutes sans prise de tête ou complication imprévue; certes la partie zone DNS et reverse proxy était déjà en place, mais quand …

[Script Of Aug. 22] PS script to send emails for stopped Application Pool and start it automatically

Aug.
22
image

Script Download:
The script is available for download from https://gallery.technet.microsoft.com/PS-script-to-send-emails-3247b2e0.

The sample powershell script will help in performing the recycling settings for application pool remotely. Also it will display its current value after modification.

You can find …

[Script Of Aug. 22] Powershell script to modify the recycling settings for application pool remotely

Aug.
22
image

Script Download:
The script is available for download from https://gallery.technet.microsoft.com/Powershell-script-to-69d2444c.

The sample powershell script will help in performing the recycling settings for application pool remotely. Also it will display its current value after modification.

You can find …

Dustin Kirkland: Bare Metal Kubernetes: More Containers, Less Overhead

Earlier this month, I spoke at ContainerDays, part of the excellent DevOpsDays series of conferences — this one in lovely Portland, Oregon.

I gave a live demo of Kubernetes running directly on bare metal.  I was running it on …

The Five Essential Capabilities of an Analytics-Driven SOC: Automation

Many Splunk security customers are already using automation to eliminate routine tasks, to accelerate detection and streamline their response times…

Insane in the Mainframe! Splunk and IBM Partner to Provide End-to-End Visibility for Joint Customers

Splunk and IBM have partnered to help joint customers integrate IBM Z (Mainframe) Data and Insights into Splunk software for true end-to-end visibility…

Sarup Banskota: Gaming Willpower

Watching my daily lifestyle evolve over the last two years, I have recently developed an amateur interest in human habits and willpower.

Habits are routines we go through without thinking much about because we’re used to doing them successfully for …

Microsoft Intune provides support for Android Oreo

Upgrade with confidence

Today Google announced the general availability of the Android Oreo update (also known as Android O or Android 8.0). The Intune team has been anticipating this day for months. Developer preview bits for Oreo first became …

Ubuntu Insights: Git Ubuntu: More on the imported repositories

This is the third post in our series on our git workflow tooling in Ubuntu. There is an index of all our planned posts in the first post. As mentioned there, it is important to keep in mind that …

Adam Young: Customing the KubeVirt Manifests

My cloud may not look like your cloud. The contract between the application deployment and the Kubernetes installation is a set of manifest files that guide Kubernetes in selecting, naming, and exposing resources. In order to make the generation of …

Justin M. Forbes: Do you have a laptop that isn’t fully supported yet?


Sometimes it is a lot easier to debug some of these hardware support issues in person as opposed to over IRC or bugzilla. If you have a laptop with hardware that isn’t working quite right, and happen to be heading …

Robie Basak: More on the imported repositories

git ubuntu illustration

This is the third post in our series on our git workflow tooling in
Ubuntu. There is an index of all our planned posts in the first
post
.
As mentioned there, it is important to keep in mind that …

Ubuntu Insights: LXD: Weekly status #11

Introduction

This week has been pretty busy, with the most time consuming work being:

  • More preparation for the upcoming LXC 2.1 release (getting very close now).
  • Dealing with a massive (500+) backlog of patches for the LXC 1.0 and 2.0

Agostino Sarubbo: sys-kernel/grsecurity-sources available!

Is known that the grsecurity project since few weeks made available the grsecurity patches only for their customers. In the meantime some people made their fork of the latest publicly available patches.

At Gentoo, for some reasons (which I respect) …

Didier Roche: Ubuntu GNOME Shell in Artful: Day 6

Today’s change is hopefully an unnoticeale change for most of you, but gives better security, a smoother and great experience on our journey on transforming the default session in Ubuntu Artful. For more background on this, you can refer back …

Cluster Network Name Resources fail to come Online with Error 2114

Hello, my name is Chuck Timon and this is my first blog post as a Premier Field Engineer. Previous to my current position, I posted to the Core Team blog and the System Center: Virtual Machine Manager Engineering Blog.…

Understanding Office 365 Licensing for Meeting Devices

The purpose of this article is to explain what type of Office 365 licenses can or should be used with any of the various phones and meeting devices qualified by Microsoft for Skype for Business Online.  These products can natively …

Perform advanced analytics on Application Insights data using Jupyter Notebook

To help you leverage your telemetry data and better monitor the behavior of your Azure applications, we are happy to provide a Jupyter Notebook template that extends the power of Application Insights. Instead of making ad hoc queries in the …

Fedora Magazine: Edit images with GNU Parallel and ImageMagick

Imagine you need to make changes to thousands or millions of images. You might write a simple script or batch process to handle the conversion automatically with ImageMagick. Everything is going fine, until you realize this process will take more …

Julita Inca Chiroque: Recap: Workshop of GNOME on Fedora at CONECIT 2017

CONECIT 2017 (held at UNAS in Tingo Maria, Peru) included in this edition several workshops and one of them was about Linux, with GNOME and Fedora. I must thank to the organization and the volunteers that helped me before the …

This is NOT the Data You Are Looking For (OR is it)

This blog post in the “Hunting: Back to the basics” series discusses how to filter data to find what you need using the NOT and OR command…

More Takeaways from the 2017 State of DevOps Report

More Takeaways from the 2017 State of DevOps Report + Upcoming Webinar…

veon: Just finished, almost done.

flock-almost done

The last revision of the slide for the workshop has been
completed.

What do I talk about?

Oh yes, right,

It is with great pleasure that I announce my first involvement with the
flock-2017 in Hyannis, Massachusetts, also as speaker.…

Stephen Michael Kellat: Mirror Early, Mirror Often

The news over the past week was fairly disturbing.1 It could also be said that the concept of “net neutrality” is rather effectively dead in the United States of America. Those who might have championed it have also killed …

Levente Kurusa: Paper review: Shadow Kernels

Shadow Kernels: A General Mechanism For Kernel Specialization in Existing Operating Systems

Application selectable kernel specializations by Chick et al.

Abstract

Chick et al start their paper by noting that existing operating system share
one single kernel .text section between …

Valorie Zimmerman: Why YOU care about accessibility, and can help!

Accessibility (a11y for short) seems like a niche area of concern for many people. I was thinking about this recently on a hot morning in Spain, walking to the bus station with my wheeled luggage. The sidewalks are thoughtfully cut …

Robert Mayr: Flock 2017 – I’m waiting for you, Cape Cod!

I am very happy I was able to organize my family and holidays to attend Flock again, this will be my third edition after 2013 and 2015, where I had a great experience and made a lot of friends, so …

Daniel Vrátil: KDE PIM in Randa 2017

Randa Meetings is an annual meeting of KDE developers in a small village in Swiss Alps. The Randa Meetings is the most productive event I ever attended (since there’s nothing much else to do but hack from morning until night …

Adam Stokes: conjure-up dev summary: aws native integration, vsphere <3, and ADDONS

conjure-up dev summary: aws native integration, vsphere <3, and ADDONS

conjure-up dev summary: aws native integration, vsphere <3, and ADDONS conjure-up dev summary: aws native integration, vsphere <3, and ADDONS conjure-up dev summary: aws native integration, vsphere <3, and ADDONS

We have 3 killer features in this recent development cycle aimed at bringing you closer to your cloud provider of choice, more advanced configuration options, and to Just Do More with our introduction of addons.

AWS Native Integration

conjure-up has …

Gentoo News: Hardened Linux kernel sources removal

As you may know the core of sys-kernel/hardened-sources has been the grsecurity patches. Recently the grsecurity developers have
decided to limit access to these patches. As a result, the Gentoo Hardened team is unable to ensure a regular patching …

Matthias Clasen: Post-GUADEC distractions

Like everybody else, I had a great time at GUADEC this year.

One of the things that made me happy is that I could convince Behdad to come, and we had a chance to finally wrap up a story that …

High CPU/High Memory in WSUS following Update Tuesdays

Recently, we’ve seen an increase in the number of high CPU/High Memory usage problems with WSUS, including WSUS in a System Center Configuration Manager environment – these have mostly corresponded with Update Tuesdays.

Microsoft support has determined that the issue is …

Ubuntu Insights: MAAS Development Summary – August 21, 2017

Hello MAASters! This is the development summary for the past couple of weeks:

MAAS 2.3 (current development release)

The team is preparing and testing the next official release, MAAS 2.3 alpha2. It is currently undergoing a heavy round of testing …

Andres Rodriguez: MAAS Development Summary – August 18th, 2017

Hello MAASters! This is the development summary for the past couple of weeks:

MAAS 2.3 (current development release)

The team is preparing and testing the next official release, MAAS 2.3 alpha2. It is currently undergoing a heavy round of testing

Fedora Badges: New badge: FrOSCon 2017 Attendee !


FrOSCon 2017 AttendeeYou visited the Fedora booth at FrOSCon 2017! …

CloudCred VMworld Hands-On Labs Challenge & Great Echo Giveaway

The time is drawing near!

Join the CloudCredibility.com team as they partner again with the experts in Hands-On Labs to bring you:

CloudCred VMworld Hands-On Labs Challenge & Great Echo Giveaway

At the start of each VMworld, in the VMworld

Questions about Windows Server storage? Ask the people who built it.

With Windows Server 2016, you can take your datacenter to new levels of performance, cost-savings, and flexibility, using storage and network virtualization technologies pioneered and perfected in Microsoft Azure. Using software-defined storage and newer storage options, you can cut costs …

Richard Hughes: Shipping PKCS7 signed metadata and firmware

Over the last few days I’ve merged in the PKCS7 support into fwupd as an optional feature. I’ve done this for a few reasons:

  • Some distributors of fwupd were disabling the GPG code as it’s GPLv3, and I didn’t feel

Bodhi: Bodhi 2.10.0 released

Compatibility changes

This release of Bodhi has a few changes that are technically backward incompatible in some senses, but it was determined that each of these changes are justified without raising Bodhi’s major version, often due to features not working …

Ben Williams: F26-20170815 Updated ISOs released

We the Fedora Respins-SIG are happy to announce new F26-20170815 Updated Lives. (with Kernel 4.12.5-300).
This will be the First Set of updated isos for Fedora 26. 

With this release we include F26-MD-20170815 which is a Multi-Desktop iso in support

Raphaël Hertzog: Freexian’s report about Debian Long Term Support, July 2017

A Debian LTS logoLike each month, here comes a report about the work of paid contributors to Debian LTS.

Individual reports

In July, about 181 work hours have been dispatched among 11 paid contributors. Their reports are available:

Ubuntu Podcast from the UK LoCo: S10E24 – Fierce Hurried Start – Ubuntu Podcast

This week we’ve been buying a house, discuss podcasting creative commons music, serve up some command line lurve and go over your feedback.

It’s Season Ten Episode Twenty-Four of the Ubuntu Podcast! Alan Pope, Mark Johnson and Dave Lee

Didier Roche: Ubuntu GNOME Shell in Artful: Day 5

Big update today and probably a very awaited one: here is an important step on our journey on transforming the default session in Ubuntu Artful. Let’s get the new Ubuntu Dock installed by default! For more background on this, you …