[Announcement] Sub-Teams

With the great success and hard work Ubuntu GNOME Team has accomplished and done with Ubuntu GNOME 13.10 and as our very first step in 14.04 cycle, here comes Phase 2 of our recruitment plan which we had started in September. The first phase was really successful and the results were amazing. We managed, in a very short period of time, to recruit more than 20 Testers and we do have now our own QA/Testing Team. This success was a push to carry on and start the second phase.

We are pleased to announce the beginning of new era for Ubuntu GNOME Team and phase 2 of our recruitment plan:

Ubuntu GNOME Sub-Teams

As in this video which explains HOWTO Get involved with Ubuntu GNOME, we continue to ask for your help, support and contribution. As always, we seek and need quality over quantity. We have our vision and we are very confident that with the great help of our members and contributors along with the desire and passion to go the extra miles, we can achieve more and Ubuntu GNOME can be one of the best Linux Distributions ever. Why not? there is nothing can stop us to dream and imagine as Albert Einstein said:

“Imagination is more important than knowledge. For knowledge is limited to all we now know and understand, while imagination embraces the entire world, and all there ever will be to know and understand.”

We believe it is possible and we can do it.

As always, thank you for choosing and using Ubuntu GNOME and we are looking forward to work together and have fun!

Thank you!

Ubuntu GNOME 13.10 is released

The Ubuntu GNOME Team is proud to announce the release of Ubuntu GNOME 13.10.

Ubuntu GNOME aims to bring a mostly pure GNOME desktop experience to Ubuntu. Keeping in coordination with the Ubuntu Desktop Team, we have decided to stay with GNOME 3.8 for the 13.10 release. Please see the GNOME 3.8 Release Notes for features of GNOME 3.8.

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Release Notes


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Thank you

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 to help with this cycle. As a result of all these efforts, we have a great release to be proud of.

Thank you for choosing and using Ubuntu GNOME.

QA Lead of Ubuntu GNOME