Mark Shuttleworth Explains HUD for Ubuntu 12.10

Mark Shuttleworth's keynote from Ubuntu Developer Summit 2012

  Mark Shuttleworth
Mark Shuttleworth, father of the popular Ubuntu Linux distribution, proudly announced earlier yesterday, May 7th, at the Ubuntu Developer Summit in Oakland, USA, the goals for the upcoming Ubuntu 12.10 operating system.

Mark Shuttleworth, father of the popular Ubuntu Linux distribution, proudly announced earlier yesterday, May 7th, at the Ubuntu Developer Summit in Oakland, USA, the goals for the upcoming Ubuntu 12.10 operating system.

Ubuntu Developer Summit for Quantal Quetzal, the upcoming version of the popular Ubuntu operating system, is taking place these days in Oakland, California, USA, between 7 and 11 May.

Mark Shuttleworth delivered his usual keynote where he talked about the present and the future of Ubuntu, including topics like Ubuntu TV, usability of Ubuntu 12.04 LTS, HUD teaser, and integration of paper and origami elements into the theme of Ubuntu 12.10.

"It's just fantastic for me to think how fast the things are moving. The last six months have been the most exiting six months in Ubuntu history."

"Quality is a way of being, it's not something you bolt-on afterwards. We didn't say we were going to give more time to quality in this release, we said we will gonna do quality all the time." - said Mark Shuttleworth.

Ubuntu 12.10, dubbed Quantal Quetzal is scheduled for release on October 18th, 2012, and the Ubuntu development team will focus their efforts on making a quality release, offering a fantastic and always FREE desktop experience for everyone.

We’ll let you now enjoy the 36 minutes keynote video with Mark Shuttleworth at UDS-Q 2012!



Ubuntu 12.10 (Quantal Quetzal) will be the 17th release of the Ubuntu operating system. The development cycle of Ubuntu 12.10 will contain three Alpha releases and two Beta versions.

Stay tuned for more UDS-Q news on our Softpedia Linux Blog section!

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