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My phone is lonely, let’s fix that

I’ve been using Ubuntu on my only phone for over six months now, and I’ve been loving it. But all this time it’s been missing something, something I couldn’t quite put my finger on. Then, Saturday night, it finally hit … Continue reading

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Ubuntu API Website Teardown

For much of the past year I’ve been working on the Ubuntu API Website, a Django project for hosting all of the API documentation for the Ubuntu SDK, covering a variety of languages, toolkits and libraries.  It’s been a lot … Continue reading

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Getting into Debian

Quick overview post today, because it’s late and I don’t have anything particular to talk about today. First of all, the next vUDS was announced today, we’re a bit late in starting it off but we wanted to have another one … Continue reading

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Working hard in Orlando: Last day

We wrapped up the last day of our sprint with a new team photo.  I can honestly say I couldn’t think of a better group of people to be working with.  Even the funny looking guy in the middle. I … Continue reading

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Ubuntu API Website gets an API of it’s own

Last week I posted on G+ about the a couple of new sets of QML API docs that were published.  Well that was only a part of the actual story of what’s been going on with the Ubuntu API website lately. … Continue reading

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Help Wanted: Build a new documentation portal for Ubuntu App Developers

Back in San Francisco, during UDS-Q, we had a discussion about the need for better online documentation for the various APIs that application developers use to write apps for Ubuntu.  The Ubuntu App Showdown and subsequent AppDevUploadProcess spec work has … Continue reading

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Charming Django with Naguine

Sweet Chorus Juju is revolutionizing the way web services are deployed in the cloud, taking what was either a labor-intensive manual task, or a very labor-intensive re-invention of the wheel  (or deployment automation in this case), and distilling it into … Continue reading

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Simplified Unity Lens Development with Singlet

Back when I first started writing Unity lenses, I lamented the complexity required to get even the most basic Lens written and running.  I wrote in that post about wanting to hide all of that unnecessary complexity.  Well now I … Continue reading

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To the Cloud!

In a previous post a commentator was explaining his typical web-stack deployment, and boasting about how he “can roll this out on Debian in less than 4 hours”.  Now he’s talking about provisioning, installing the OS, installing the services, and configuring … Continue reading

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UDS-P Summit Development Cycle

We’re less than a month away from the start of UDS-P, which means we’re winding down the development pace on the Summit project. It’s been a very, very busy 6 months for us, we’ve done more work on Summit this … Continue reading

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