Ubuntu Community Council + Kubuntu Issue Joint Statement
Written by Michael Larabel in KDE on 26 October 2015 at 07:50 PM EDT. 19 Comments
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Following Kubuntu release manager Jonathan Riddell leaving the project, the Ubuntu Communuity Council and Kubuntu have issued a joint statement.

They wrote, "Both councils would like to confirm that the relationship is strong, and mechanisms are in place to ensure a healthy and open relationship between both councils. We would all like to point out that both councils collaborated and resolved any tensions together. We are all part of this one Ubuntu community, many of us have known each other for years and we all believe that everyone’s contributions are important, no matter which part of the project they ultimately land in. The two council are actively working on a number of concrete issues together and have decided to increase the frequency of meetings to better track progress."

More details via the Ubuntu Fridge.
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