Banshee 1.5.4 is released. The new release comes with several new features and many fixes, including equalizer presets, Nokia N900 support, opt-in/anonymous usage-data collection, and support for the new Banshee Community Extensions sub-project.This last one it already contains 9 extensions, including Alarm Clock, Lyrics, and Mirage, and has 15 maintainers. Its releases track Banshee’s.
Sorbet is another proposed theme for Ubuntu 10.04 Lucid. Ubuntu derived theme with subtle gradients and lighter colors based on a loose interpretation of the new look of Ubuntu’s Single Sign On. Metacity buttons based on the phenomenal Homosapien theme.
The second development release of GNOME Activity Journalis released, this release is codenamed “Patrick Star meets Lady Gaga”. The new release comes with some few new features ,so alongside the “Pretty layout”, “Pinning of stuff, “Calendar scrubbing” and the experimental “Tracker Search”, “Detailed Day View” accessible over left clicking the day label, “Thumbnail View” accessible […]
Canonical announced the launch of Ubuntu single sign on service, the goal of this service is to provide a single, central login service for all Ubuntu-related sites. This service will replace the existing Launchpad login service that is currently in use for many Ubuntu-related sites, although existing Launchpad accounts will continue to work in the […]
Cairo-Dock 2.1.3 is out ! the official announcement published today in launchpad. In this new version the most visible change is probably the new configuration panel, which has been refined. This version is also the opportunity to fix a lot of the existing problems (smoother auto-hide, automatic detection of indirect rendering for Intel/ATI cards, etc). […]
Few days ago Ubuntu announced that there is a serious security issue in the kernel from version 6.06, 8.04, 8.10, 9.04 and 9.10 . 7.xx versions are not affected. Canonical has been recommended as a solution to update the kernel of its various versions since the problem seriously affects them in addition to possible escalation […]