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History of Ubuntu

Actually titeled “What's New in Ubuntu 7.10? (a.k.a. Gutsy Gibbon)”, the most interesting is the article's look at the history of Ubuntu.
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Since then, the Ubuntu community has expanded and added developers and users from around the world. It's a great bunch of people. As just one example, the Massachusetts Ubuntu Local Community (LoCo) team, an all-volunteer group, recently organized an InstallFest at the MIT Media Lab. More than thirty people—from remarkably diverse backgrounds and varied interests—brought their laptops and desktops of all shapes, sizes, and vintages to install and discuss Ubuntu. By all accounts it was a big success. The Chicago area LoCo is holding a similar event on October 21st. Another group is working on introducing Ubuntu to college students and faculty.

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