Ubuntu 13.04 to feature the 3.8 Linux kernel
Ubuntu Developer Summit is a bi-annual official Ubuntu event, event that gathers developers, community members, widely known companies and interested-in-Ubuntu persons, event organized with properly talking about, organizing and planning up-to-date Ubuntu issues, goals, to-be-implemented software, etc, in mind.
Days ago, Ubuntu Developer Summit R reached its end, generating numerous exciting news, related to a wide range of Ubuntu parts and topics.
In an interview at UDS-R, Ubuntu Kernel Team Manager, Leann Ogasawara, stated that (minutes 0:21): "We're gonna go with the 3.8 kernel,..., will come out early March time frame, that will give us at least couple of weeks to have it baked,..., before we ship 13.04".
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- UDS-R official picture set published (395 images)
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- Jason Warner, Ubuntu Desktop Manger, at UDS-R: "We're going to stick with Nautilus"
- Valve's Drew Bliss at UDS-R: "Ubuntu was the very obvious choice"