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  • phoronix
    started a topic Ubuntu 9.10 Is The Karmic Koala

    Ubuntu 9.10 Is The Karmic Koala

    Phoronix: Ubuntu 9.10 Is The Karmic Koala

    With Ubuntu 9.04, the Jaunty Jackalope, now in a feature freeze for the April release of this distribution update, Mark Shuttleworth has announced the Ubuntu 9.04 successor. Succeeding Ubuntu 9.04 come October will be Ubuntu 9.10, which has been codenamed the Karmic Koala. With Ubuntu 9,10, Mark hopes the Karmic Koala further enhances Ubuntu's position on servers with cloud computing improvements and on the desktop through a number of emerging technologies. Ubuntu 9.10 will contain cloud computing enhancements for those using the Amazon EC2 service or for those looking to build their own computing cloud...

    http://www.phoronix.com/vr.php?view=NzA3OA

  • BlueKoala
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    Weeeeeeeeee

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  • puelocesar
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    New looks

    I'm looking foward the so called "new look" Mark mentioned. A fast and beautiful Ubuntu is all I want (for now).

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  • bulletxt
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    Originally posted by mdmadph View Post
    Man, I love Ubuntu, but people need to stop publicly using the dumb internal names for the releases NOW. Just call it by its version number, please.

    Oh come on, I remember Ubuntu Dapper, I don't remember Ubuntu 6.06 or whatever it was :P

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  • aaaantoine
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    I lol'd when I read the name. Thumbs up from me.

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  • hobbes
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    I knew it will be a Koala!

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  • mdmadph
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    Man, I love Ubuntu, but people need to stop publicly using the dumb internal names for the releases NOW. Just call it by its version number, please.

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  • another_sam
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    damn. I really did expect Killer Kobra.

    http://brainstorm.ubuntu.com/idea/14102/

    for desktop I aspire 50%-of-the-people everyday things working out of the box.

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