I started Tweeting instead of writing small blog posts for small community updates. I haven’t written a blog post for a month now – sorry.. I’ve gone from almost 2 000 readers a day to about 500. I have been reading and answering comments though. There was about 500 unanswered comments, while now there’s only fraction of that.

It’s been whished for more than once, and several people didn’t understand why we didn’t have one. But now I’m happy to announce our Forums over at http://forums.ubuntu-eee.com. There’s already well over 300 posts – so get yourself over there and involve yourself in forming Ubuntu Eee 8.10 and get help solving your netbook problems.

There was an interview with me over at Intel.com at the end of October, be sure to check it out :)

I made made an Ubuntu Eee Tab over at Netvibes. Here you can follow what’s being said about Ubuntu Eee and what’s happening in the Ubuntu Eee community – in real time

It was a happy day when Christopher accepted to be the Bug Supervisor of Ubuntu Eee. It was a sad day for the annoying bugs in Ubuntu Eee though. He’s doing a fantastic job. Before he started it was over 70% unread bugs and now it’s about 60%. Bugs aren’t only being read but also fixed at an amazing pace.

I’m in contact with Dropbox about having their great piece of software built into Ubuntu Eee. This means you’ll get an operating system with free cloud syncronization out of the box

I added a Google Ad to the wiki a couple of days ago to increase our funds. The ad was in the left sidebar and 50% of the time was it an ad for ourself. We didn’t get any revenue from it though. Now I’m testing with an ad on the front page of the wiki, nowhere else. I’ve kept the selfpromoting ads in the left sidebar.

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No Responses to “What went down in the month of November”

  1. Andrew Perry November 29, 2008 at 6:39 am #

    Hey, nice move on the Dropbox integration. I already use it on Ubuntu Eee and it works great.

  2. Anonymous December 1, 2008 at 12:20 am #

    toy really need to make this blog viewable on an eee 701 :P

  3. Anonymous December 1, 2008 at 12:20 am #


  4. Jon Ramvi December 1, 2008 at 1:01 am #

    Hehe, sorry.. It’s fully available in RSS though :) Go over to Google Reader and throw this blog into the mix

  5. WT December 1, 2008 at 4:01 am #

    I am a freshman on Linux.

    I had installed ubuntu eee 8.04.1 and added same driver on SSD (4GB)of ASUS EEEPC 701. So I check SSD memory space is less than 300MB. And I see that install software program contain difference kind of directory: (1)INSTALLED on System
    (2)Installed( local or obsolete)
    (3)not install

    I need to clearup section: (3) not install program and free a lot of SSD space. Who can slove this issue ?

    Thank you!

  6. Zoasterboy December 2, 2008 at 7:07 am #

    Awesome! I’ll be joining the forums soon. Following your tweetin’!

    Ubuntu-eee is great, keep it up!

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