Ubuntu Netbook Remix
Be still my heart.
In an interview with LinuxJournal.com contributor, Glyn Moody, Canonical founder Mark Shuttleworth announced an upcoming Ubuntu distribution for ultraportables, referred to as "Netbook Remix."
TG: Will you be coming out with a tailored version of Ubuntu for the ultraportable sector?
MS We're announcing it in the first week of June. It's called the Netbook Remix. We're working with Intel, which produces chips custom-made for this sector.
Read the rest of the interview.(opens in new window)
I'll be counting down the rest of the days in May, how 'bout you?
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