* Call for nominations to the LoCo Council
* Ubuntu Stats
* New SubLoCo Policy
* Thomas Ward: NGINX in Ubuntu, PPAs, and Debian: naxsi packages to
be dropped by the end of the month.
* Jose Antonio Rey: 3 years and counting...
* Elizabeth K. Joseph: Ubuntu at Fossetcon 2014
* Jorge Castro: Juju Ecosystem Team Sprint Report
* Final Beta 9/22 - 9/25
* In The Blogosphere
* Ubuntu Podcast from the UK LoCo: S07E25 - The One Where the Monkey Gets Away
* Weekly Ubuntu Development Team Meetings
* Upcoming Meetings and Events
* Updates and Security for 10.04, 12.04 and 14.04
* And much more!
== General Community News ==
=== Call for nominations to the LoCo Council ===
Pablo Rubianes of the Ubuntu LoCo Council puts out a call to the
community to restaff a seat on the council. Requirements for this post
* Be an Ubuntu member
* Be available during typical meeting times of the council
* Insight into the culture(s) and typical activities within teams is a plus
=== Elizabeth K. Joseph: Ubuntu at Fossetcon 2014 ===
Elizabeth summarizes her Ubuntu-related experiences at Fossetcon 2014
in Orlando, Florida. She covers the Ubucon on 'day zero', before the
actual conference, with a run down of the talks she attended and
shares a photos from the Ubucon and of the Ubuntu booth.
=== Jorge Castro: Juju Ecosystem Team Sprint Report ===
The recent Juju Ecosystem Team Sprint in Dillon, Colorado is
highlighted by Jorge. This sprint included progress on Automated Charm
Testing, Review Queue and Cloud Foundry. The Developer workflow
includes focusing on the five "flagbearer" charms and improvements to
Nicholas Skaggs of the Quality team notifies the community that the
final Beta is coming up this week and encourages people to help test
the images as the show up in the tracker. His post wraps up with
details for how to do testing.
=== Ubuntu Podcast from the UK LoCo: S07E25 - The One Where the Monkey
Gets Away ===
Just Laura Cowen and Alan Pope are in Studio L for Season Seven,
Episode Twenty-Five of the Ubuntu Podcast!
Apologies for the terrible audio quality in this episode. It turns out
one of the channels on the compressor is broken and we didn't realise
until much later on.
* We take a look at what's been happening in the news:
* Even with Tony away, the gaming world doesn't stop!
* We take a look at what's been happening in the community:
* Oh and there's an event called OggCamp:
We'll be back next week, when we'll have some interviews from JISC,
and we'll go through your feedback.
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