The Gutsy Gibbon archives have opened, which means that work on Ubuntu 7.10 has started. According to the release schedule, the first “Tribe” will be out on June 7. The features for the next version of Ubuntu have not been decided yet, but should be at the developer summit in May.
Published in April 22nd, 2007
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