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Daniel Holbach

For the 13.04 cycle a team of people got together to make sure that the standard Ubuntu Desktop works great on the Nexus 7 device. This is a great opportunity for Ubuntu as we can all refer to one device and one chipset and make sure that Ubuntu is capable of dealing with the device. This will lay the foundations for making Ubuntu ready on many other devices.

The team meets on the 16th November 2012, 16:00 UTC in #ubuntu-meeting.

On the agenda are:

  • general Q&A – the team will answer all your questions,
  • an overview of the current work

We are actively looking for help, we need you to make Ubuntu even better. If you like to test, work with bug reports, measure, debug or fix doesn’t matter, we need you and want you on board.

We put together documentation which should provide pointers to installing Ubuntu on the Nexus 7, how to use it, how to debug and measure certain things like power consumption or memory usage and which bugs we want to fix.

If you have a Nexus 7, plan to get one or are generally excited about the initiative, or just want to find out more, make sure you’re there. Please also let your friends now.

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mitechie

Just a heads up, this week’s CoffeeHouseCoders (CHC) Detroit-ish will be a bit different. One of the goals of moving the location to the new Caribou was that we get access to the meeting room. This opens up the opportunity for us to have some group discussion and such around various topics. We’re going to give that a shot this week with a group viewing of YUI Theater video viewings and JavaScript discussion.

Most of us do at least some JavaScript in our work and projects so I think it’s relevant and should be fun to geek out before the holidays start up. I’ll have a little projector and speaker and with the new videos from YUIConf 2011 going up, it’ll be nice to set aside some time to catch up on some of the recorded presentations. Take a peek and set aside one or two "must watch" videos for Wed night! Not all of the videos are YUI specific, so it should be useful for all of us doing JavaScript.


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