Monthly Archives: March 2012

Hello Unity

David Planella and I have spent the past couple of weeks gathering, cleaning and verifying Unity integration documentation that has existed on the Ubuntu wiki, individual blogs and inside the source code itself.   After publishing those docs, a couple … Continue reading

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Contributing to Unity for Artists: SVG Icons

Everybody knows that programmers can contribute to Unity, and I’ve shown in my previous posts that non-developers can still contribute features and fixes that make applications integrate better.  But what if your skills lay more on the creative side of … Continue reading

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Contributing to Unity for non-developers: Package patching

Bazaar is a great tool for distributed development, but distros are built on packages, and so packages are what distro developer care about.  That’s why many of you who have followed my previous blogs have probably been asked for patches … Continue reading

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Faces of Ubuntu: The non-Developers

It’s sometimes easy to talk about “Ubuntu developers” as if they are some faceless “others” who are separate from “Ubuntu users”.  But the reality is that the line between user and developer isn’t quite as clear as many people imagine. … Continue reading

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