Canonical Launches Ubuntu Community Website

Ubuntu community members have a new place to communicate with each other

  The Ubuntu Community website
Canonical, through Daniel Holbach, had the pleasure of announcing on the last day of May that the community.ubuntu.com website is now online.

Canonical, through Daniel Holbach, had the pleasure of announcing on the last day of May that the community.ubuntu.com website is now online.

All members of the Ubuntu community, Ubuntu developers and Ubuntu users are now able to easily communicate with each other, share their knowledge and teach the Ubuntu ways to newcomers, via the Ubuntu Community website.

"We’re very happy to announce that community.ubuntu.com is now online. It is the primary address for interested Ubuntu users to stay involved and get informed about what our community is doing."

"If you want to help out and improve things, feel free to file bugs on the ubuntu-community-website project, where we keep track of things," the official announcement read.

Accessing the Ubuntu Community website will allow you to contribute to one of the most popular Linux operating systems in the world. More details can be found on the http://community.ubuntu.com website.

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