We are not yet done. We are suppose to finish before the weekend but I am not sure that’s possible as I haven’t yet sent my internal report nor the plan for the areas I am in charge of. Again, thanks to real life for that.
Anyway, the hardest part is done. Few final touches and all is good, hopefully.
For NEW installations ONLY, you can download from here.
Current users do NOT need to reinstall anything. You may only want to update your system, that is all.
Special thanks to each and everyone who have taken the time to test Ubuntu GNOME 14.04.3 (and the other flavours as well) and helped to release yet another rock solid release with less bugs. Without our great testers, we shall never make it. Keep up the great work!
Ubuntu GNOME Team would like to thank each and everyone who had taken the time to read and answer our questions.
This is to announce the end of collection/receiving feedback from our lovely community. Soon (hopefully), we shall share the results and right after that, we shall start planning for 15.10 as per your feedback.
We highly appreciate your help, support and direct contribution to make Ubuntu GNOME even better, Community wise and Distribution wise.
I just can NOT believe how fast the time flies?! WOW, it’s been 2 months since we have released Ubuntu GNOME 15.04? well, believe it or not, we’re 2 months older now 😉
Okay, so while our real life struggle continues, we do our best to find sometime to contribute to our beloved project, that is without a doubt, Ubuntu GNOME.
Before we start the planning for the current cycle and the future ones, I thought to do a quick and simple survey and ask our users for their honest, direct and true opinion about Ubuntu GNOME so far. Specially 15.04 (our latest stable release) and 14.04 LTS (our Long Term Support release).
It should NOT take more than 3 minutes of your time 🙂
The Ubuntu GNOME Team is glad to announce the release of Ubuntu GNOME 15.04 (Vivid Vervet).
Ubuntu GNOME is an official flavour of Ubuntu, featuring the GNOME desktop environment. Ubuntu GNOME is a mostly pure GNOME desktop experience built from the Ubuntu repositories. Two years ago, Ubuntu GNOME has started as unofficial flavour to Ubuntu – see the release notes of 12.10 – and 6 months after that, Ubuntu GNOME has become an official flavour. So, 13.04, 13.10, 14.04 LTS, 14.10 and today, 15.04 so let’s find out more about Ubuntu GNOME 15.04 (Vivid Vervet).
There are important steps you need to be aware of before installing Ubuntu GNOME 15.04 so please read carefully: Download Ubuntu GNOME 15.04
Ubuntu GNOME 15.04 (Vivid Vervet) is supported for 9 months only. This is our Non-LTS Release. If you seek stability and long support, please consider Ubuntu GNOME 14.04 (Trusty Tahr) LTS Release. If you seek the latest software/packages that we can offer, then go ahead and use Ubuntu GNOME 15.04 (Vivid Vervet).
To each and everyone who participated, helped, supported and contributed to Ubuntu GNOME this cycle; big thanks to all of you. Special thanks to our testers who did a unique great job – as always – to make Ubuntu GNOME better.
Special thanks to each and everyone who have taken the time to test Ubuntu GNOME 14.04.2 (and the other flavours as well) and helped to release yet another rock solid release with less bugs. Without our great testers, we shall never make it. Keep up the great work!
As per Ubuntu ISO Tracker, there are many test cases are not yet covered/tested:Thus, we ask you to kindly help us to make sure Ubuntu GNOME 14.04.2 is solid as rock by covering/testing the other test cases which you can find on the ISO Tracker.