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Mark Shuttleworth has announced Maverick Meerkat, which will become
Ubuntu 10.10 over time:
It=E2=80=99s time to put our heads together to envision =E2=80=9Cthe perf=
This is a time of great innovation and change in the Linux world, with
major new initiatives from powerful groups bringing lots of new ideas,
new energy and new code. Thanks to the combined efforts of Google,
Intel, IBM, Canonical, Red Hat, Oracle, Cisco, ARM, many other
companies, Debian and other projects, a hundred startups and tens of
thousands of professional and inspired contributors, the open source
ecosystem continues to accelerate. We need to bring the best of all of
that work into focus and into the archive. For millions of users, Ubuntu
represents what Free Software can do out of the box for them. We owe it
to everybody who works on Free Software to make that a great experience.
|_|0|_| Marti van Lin
|0|0|0| Microsoft: Who will we blame today?
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