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Ubuntu Weekly Newsletter – Issue #4

In this issue: Paris Developer Summit in review, Matthew East interviewed on “`Lug“`Radio, GNOME 2.15.2 now in Edgy, and much more
= Ubuntu Weekly Newsletter – Issue 4 =

Ubuntu Weekly Newsletter – Issue 4 for the week of June 18, 2006 – June 24, 2006

You can always find this and other Ubuntu Weekly Newsletter Issues at:
https://wiki.ubuntu.com/UbuntuWeeklyNewsletter

== In This Issue ==

* Paris Developer Summit in review
* Matthew East interviewed on “`Lug“`Radio
* GNOME 2.15.2 now in Edgy
* Feature Of The Week – Pattern Matching in Nautilus
* A preview of what is coming next week
* and much more

== General Community News ==

=== Paris Developer Summit in Review ===

The Ubuntu Developer Summit in Paris has wrapped up and was a great
success. It was a fun week of meeting up with fellow hackers to
discuss new features to implement in the next Ubuntu release, the Edgy
Eft. Seeing the sights of Paris was fun too. Here are some summit
highlights:

* About 80 people were in attendance
* The schedules for each day can be viewed at
http://people.ubuntu.com/~mdz/schedule/
* There were 172 topics accepted for discussion, and the schedule was
generated automatically for each day, depending on which topics needed
more discussion and their priority
* Topics included technical features, community building, artwork,
documentation, processes, and more
* The summit was driven by the Blueprint framework in Launchpad,
which keeps track of specifications describing our plans for the
future. The list is here: https://launchpad.net/sprints/uds-paris/

Now begins the task of deciding which features will be worked on for
Edgy. There is lots of great stuff coming so stay tuned.

=== Matthew East Interviewed on LugRadio ===

This week Matthew East was interviewed on “Lug“Radio. Matthew talked
about the Ubuntu Documentation Team and Ubuntu Documentation Project.
Among the topics discussed were the methods used to write
documentation and much more. Check it out at:

http://www.lugradio.org/

== Ubuntu ==

=== GNOME 2.15.2 in Edgy ===

This week Daniel Holbach has uploaded GNOME 2.15.2 to Edgy. Improves
include new versions of the following packages:

* deskbar-applet 2.15.3-0ubuntu1
* eog 2.15.3-0ubuntu1
* fast-user-switch-applet 2.15.2-0ubuntu1
* gcalctool 5.8.16-0ubuntu1
* gnome-games 1:2.15.3-0ubuntu1
* gnome-nettool 2.15.0-0ubuntu1
* gnome-icon-theme 2.15.2-0ubuntu1
* gnome-keyring 0.5.1-0ubuntu1
* gnome-desktop 2.15.2-0ubuntu1
* gnome-doc-utils 0.7.1-0ubuntu1
* timer-applet 1.3.1-0ubuntu1

The usual “This is development in progress, not meant for production,
use at your own risk” disclaimer applies. It does work though :)

== In The Press ==

'''Planning for Ubuntu Edgy: A mid-week report from the Ubuntu
developer's conference''' -
http://trends.newsforge.com/trends/06/06/22/1524249.shtml?tid=138&tid=18&tid=2

== Feature Of The Week – Pattern Matching in Nautilus ==

One of the strengths of the command line is the ability to search for
patterns in just about anything. Well, Nautilus can perform pattern
matching too. Just hit CTRL+S in your Nautilus window and you can
select your files using patterns. If you have some rar-archives packed
in multiple volumes for example you could use *.r?? to match all of
them. The Asterisk (*) matches all characters before .r and the
Question marks (?) represents one character each. Almost any pattern
matching rule will work, give it a try for yourself.

''Submitted by Nafallo (Christian Bjälevik)''

== Additional News Resources ==

As always you can find more news and announcements at:

http://www.ubuntu.com/news

and

http://fridge.ubuntu.com/

== Coming Next Week ==

We will soon have a complete list of features that will be worked on
for Edgy. Starting next week we will begin discussing one feature a
week in depth with commentary from the developer(s) working on the
features in order to keep everyone informed, in detail, about the
features and their progress. You can also look forward to getting to
talk to the developers themselves about the features… more on this
next week! We will also catch up with more attendees and hear about
their personal accounts of the summit once they get back home and
settle in.

== Conclusion ==

Thank you for reading the Ubuntu Weekly Newsletter. See you next week!

== Credits ==

The Ubuntu Weekly Newsletter is brought to you by:

* Matt Galvin
* Jerome Gotangco
* Jonathan Riddell
* Christian Bjälevik
* And many others

== Feedback ==

This document is maintained by the Ubuntu Documentation Team. Please
feel free to contact us regarding any concerns or suggestions by
either sending an email to ubuntu-doc@lists.ubuntu.com or by using any
of the other methods on the
[https://wiki.ubuntu.com/DocumentationTeam/Contact Ubuntu
Documentation Team Contact Information Page].


Matt T. Galvin
mgalvin on irc.freenode.net
http://people.simplifiedcomplexity.com/~mgalvin/
Ubuntu Documentation Team Member


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