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  1. Wobbly windows were all the rage when I first started using Linux (indeed they’re part of why I started using Linux). But the feature fell out of fashion and isn’t readily available on the GNOME […] המשך קריאה...
  2. The web team here at Canonical run two-week iterations. Here are some of the highlights of our completed work from this iteration. Meet the team My name is Wayne, I’m part of the Brand team that sits within Web & Design. I’ve been at Canonical for almost 2 years now, in those 2 years I have worked across many areas of the business and have helped update the brand and see it pushed out across a number of our sites from, canonical.com, ubuntu.com to jaas.ai, as well as in videos and documents. I’ve had the privilege to design the last 4 mascots for the Desktop Team and helped the Yaru team with theming. Canonical is my first ‘client-side’ role, having previously worked for Design and Ad agencies. My previous role was as Head of Digital and Design for an independent Ad agency specialising in tech clients, designing everything from large scale websites to integrated campaigns and full brand refreshes for companies as far as silicon valley. The clients I’ve worked for range from the likes of Apple, Safeway, Mattel and Mobil to Cisco, BT, Oracle, Orange and Vodafone. I helped launch Ancestry.com into the UK and designed the packaging for a No1 best selling DVD, back when they were a thing (showing my age!). When not at work I enjoy all sports, playing golf and cricket, watching football and rugby when I can wrestle the remote control from my 3 children, who pretty much run me ragged but are my world. Web squad Our Web Squad develops and maintains most of Canonical’s promotional sites like ubuntu.com, canonical.com and more. The Ubuntu Appliance portfolio We launched The Ubuntu Appliance portfolio containing a set of free appliance images for your PC or Raspberry Pi. New government page on ubuntu.com The new government page explains our offerings in relation to Governments. Ubuntu provides a secure platform for government agencies to build, operate and innovate with open source infrastructure and technologies. With enterprise support from Canonical, Ubuntu can significantly reduce your total cost of ownership (TCO) while meeting your requirements. Get in touch Scaling on Azure with Ubuntu Pro Scale your open-source infrastructure with speed, security, and compliance Download the e-book Technical intro to Ubuntu Pro Join us to discuss how this phenomenon has changed the way the IT and Security need to approach software provenance, patching and compliance, and how Ubuntu Pro for Azure can help address those challenges. Attend the webinar Migrating your infrastructure to Ubuntu 20.04 LTS Watch a discussion on how this phenomenon has changed the way the IT and Security need to approach software provenance, patching and compliance, and how Ubuntu Pro for Azure can help address those challenges. Watch the video Update OpenStack release chart The OpenStack release chart is a representation of the life cycle of OpenStack for Ubuntu. The content has been updated to include ESM. Ubuntu Masters updates The content on the Ubuntu Master page has been updated for the upcoming Ubuntu Masters 3 on June 30. Streamlined provisioning of IoT devices June 30, 2-3pm BST Giancarlo Fanelli, CTO & Andrea Rossali, Senior DevOps Engineer Register now The open (source)road to smarter robots June 30, 3:30-4:30pm BST Zachary Keeton, Yonder Group Lead Register now Mastering multicloud with SLURM and Juju June 30, 5-6pm BST Erik Lonroth, Tech Lead HPC & Open Source Forum Chairman Register now Update the contact us on core and IoT sections Updated the fields on the contact forms on /core and /internet-of-things. User Testing Group We’ve set up a user testing group to help shape the design of Canonical’s products. The User Experience Team at Canonical is looking for test participants, and we would love for our customers to share their insights and feedback. Our user tests are informal interviews that usually last between 25 to 45 minutes via screen share. These tests are extremely valuable for us to understand how to better serve our customers and build better products. If you’d like to join our user testing group, please fill in this [short form](https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSfA3VCm9BzcSQEuoS3Q1KBFR4acVCC-fBD9X0D3y7FHxn0jZg/viewform). We thank you in advance for being involved in the design process of our products and services. Brand The Brand team develop our design strategy and create the look and feel for the company across many touch-points, from web, documents, exhibitions, logos and video. Brand Hierarchy We carried on our brand hierarchy exploration work applying the Apple model we identified to our current brands. There was lots of experimentation in adapting the logos into a single family under the main brand umbrella and applying the results to our current applications. Document Hierarchy We continued the design exploration across all the documents in our current suite, and grouped them by style and the amount of branding applied. Our next stage is to put some rules in place to define when and where to use the brand elements. Virtual booth Marketing exhibited ‘virtually’ at the Microsoft European Open Source Summit and we provided design support for the team. Online document template As part of our Document Hierarchy work we created a new online document template for the company to use, updating the old one with the new branding and some helpful elements to use. MAAS The MAAS squad develops the UI for the MAAS project. Support for the upcoming 2.8 release MAAS 2.8 is now on RC5 (release candidate 5), we hope to release the final version soon. Our 2.8 release supports LXD-based VM hosts, external/remote PostgresSQL database with the snap version, and several bug fixes, such as: reducing log sizes for power events to increase performance, the ability to edit physical interfaces on the UI, and faster page load for subnet pages. Read more about what’s new in MAAS 2.8; and for more information about how our release process works, visit our latest show and tell. Cloud-init exploration We are happy to inform you that cloud-init configuration via user data will be part of the UI for this cycle. However, we are on the verge of finalising the design. As part of our scope, this feature will be added to the UI for feature parity with our MAAS API. The feature includes: Allow snippets to be pasted on the text area or upload from a file Ability to edit your snippet after pasted or uploaded Flag machines with different customisation from the default option on the UI Allow users to view their customisation via flagged machines. Here is a sneak peak: MAAS Documentation This week our quest to learn more about our users’ and understanding the flaws of our MAAS documentation continues. Last iteration, we have been exploring different search behaviours for our documentation reader. The three distinguishing behaviours are: Navigational Search: “I know exactly what I want to do and I need some code examples.” These are task oriented users who are quite familiar with MAAS and needed to do a quick run through of the documentation to find code examples. They will browse quickly and alternate between searching and browsing. Some might even try to adjust the search query to see if the top 5 search results are relevant. Most people in this category tend to find their answers in a community forum as some people might have had examples of their implementation. Informational Search: “I want to learn about the concepts in MAAS before I start playing with it.” This search behaviour is more towards users who are interested in MAAS and wanting to understand MAAS as a whole. They will read through the documentation thoroughly and learn about the concepts in order to understand it. They look for keywords such as “How does it work?”, “Installation Guide”, or “Quick Example”. Some users might already be familiar with one side of MAAS and would like to understand more about the other concepts and features in MAAS. Transactional Search: “I want to start building something in MAAS”. Transaction search behaviour occurs in the user group that is somewhat familiar with MAAS and wants to start building things. Their behaviour mirrors a bit of navigation search and information search combined. They are open to read about a concept and understand it in order to implement something if that’s what it takes. They are motivated to understand the examples and how they can use the examples to implement MAAS with their own convention. Keywords that they look for are “Quick guide”, “where to start”, “Create my first…”, “API”, “CLI”. A user may have more than one search behaviour depending on their motivation at the time of their search. This week we added a little sprinkles on top of our research and tried to look into our quantitative data. Our data suggests that the highest searched keywords are “DHCP”, “DNS”, “PODs”, “Windows”, and “API”. Whereas our most visited pages are “install”, “how it works”, “dhcp”, and “troubleshooting”. Based on the data we have now, we are trying to find the correlation between what the search term and the most visited page. Is there a correlation between them? Is our installation page too complicated to implement that they need to understand it first? Are certain concepts in MAAS not explained clearly? These are some of the questions we need to find out. JAAS The JAAS squad develops the UI for the JAAS store and Juju GUI projects. User testings on model details views In this iteration, our team conducted user testings to validate the new layout designs of model detail view and new features for accessing logs, SSH into machines etc on JAAS dashboard, specifically focusing on our key user group – big enterprises with a large number of units and machines. Key testing points include: Comparing Model detail view Option A (display apps and relations only) vs B (mirroring juju status output with limited numbers of rows displayed) Feedbacks on the panel design and contents Clear entry points to each view and feature Thanks for all kind participants in our testing sessions and your feedback is really valuable to us. The analysis will be started in the next iteration! Release notes for the Dashboard We published the release notes for the Dashboard on GitHub and on Discourse, where you can follow bugfixes, new features and design the explorations we are working on. Vanilla The Vanilla squad designs and maintains the design system and Vanilla framework library. They ensure a consistent style throughout web assets. Support heading in accordions We released a new version of Vanilla v2.13.0 that among bug fixes includes an update to the accordion pattern allowing to use headings inside the accordion buttons. Application layout design We’re working on a common application layout that aims to improve the experience of using our products, and also make MAAS, JAAS, RBAC feel like a product family. Snapcraft and Charmhub The Snapcraft team works closely with the Store team to develop and maintain the Snap Store site and the upcoming Charmhub site. CLI output alignment The work to align the outputs of the main CLI commands of some of Canonical’s applications is still ongoing. Last iteration we worked on defining which those commands are and beginning to collect their output. Charmhub – Homepage & Certification This iteration worked on designing the homepage of Charmhub to make the content of the page more dynamic and useful to our users. The design consisted of adding images to the different sections of the content, as well as links to the relevant pages. In terms of certification of charms, we developed a few alternatives based on the research done in previous weeks, for how will we indicate to the users of the charm store that a particular charm is reliable and trustworthy. Core IoT onboarding We kicked off a design project exploring onboarding UX for Ubuntu Core (getting IoT devices connected and establishing ownership). The aim is to provide device manufacturers with the tools to create good consumer/non-expert experiences (and easier onboarding for DIY tinkerers), and will involve UX prototyping of a cross-platform smartphone app. To date, the focus has been on researching various onboarding mechanisms and learning about the Core ecosystem. Team blog posts: Making the MAAS machine list fast with React Releasing a site [masterclass] Intro to Modular Table Component Creating or update a marketo form Creating or update a modal/interactive form That’s all for this iteration and stay safe. With ♥ from Canonical web team. צפיה במאמר המלא...
  3. Want Snap apps to use your system theme? Learn how to make Snap apps use popular GTK themes like Layan, Orchis and Qogir in this short guide. המשך קריאה...
  4. Microsoft has revealed that WSL is used by 3.5 million “active” monthly devices But I won’t lie: that method is a bit …steppy. So Microsoft has decided to make things a bit simpler. The corporation’s dedicated WSL team is introducing a wsl.exe --install command. Windows 10 users can run this from (presumably) the cmd prompt utility or the flashy new open source Windows Terminal. “In this initial release, this command will enable the Windows Subsystem for Linux optional component, as well as the Virtual Machine Platform optional component, and prompt you to restart your machine,” says Microsoft’s Craig Loewen. For now the new wsl.exe --install command is available on Windows Insider Preview Build 20150 or later. Microsoft says it is also making WSL 2 the default version of WSL for new installations (which cuts out another step, though the command to opt for WSL 1 will remain available). It is also adding a kernel update command: wsl.exe --update to make installing new kernel versions accessible from where the kernel is actually used, The new streamlined command isn’t entirely input-proof, though. It doesn’t, for instance, install a Linux distro (like Ubuntu), though Microsoft says it hopes to add support for this soon. But I think it’s a welcome step nonetheless, especially with Microsoft revealing that WSL is now used on a staggering 3.5 million “active” monthly devices — impressive, right? (מקור: OMG! Ubuntu)
  5. מדריך זה מסביר איך להתקין שרת Samba במערכת ההפעלה ubuntu לשיתוף תיקיות בחלונות 10. מערכות ההפעלה שבהן התנסיתי: Ubuntu 18.04 LTS Ubuntu Mate(16.04 LTS) (אולי יעבוד בעוד גרסאות וסוגי מערכות הפעלה לינוקס) נבצע עדכון ושדרוגים אם צריך: sudo apt-get update & apt-get upgrade נתקין את הSamba מהריפו הרשמי: sudo apt-get install samba ניצור סיסמה לתיקיות הרשת: sudo smbpasswd -a YOUR-PASSWORD YOUR-PASSWORD = הסיסמה שלכם. ניצור תיקייה לשיתוף, איפה שתרצו: mkdir ~/Desktop/Share נערוך את הקובץ smb.conf sudo nano /etc/samba/smb.conf בסוף הקובץ, נוסיף את השורה הבאה: [<folder_name>] path = /home/<user_name>/<folder_name> available = yes valid users = <user_name> read only = no browsable = yes public = yes writable = yes יש צורך בעריכה נוספת של השורה לפי המידע שלא ממולא שם: [<folder_name>] = שם התיקייה בלינוקס /home/<user_name>/<folder_name> = שם משתמש בחלונות ושם התיקיה users = <user_name> = שם המשתמש שדרוש להתחברות לבסוף, נבצע ריענון של השירות: sudo service smbd restart
  6. איך להתקין Samba באובונטו לוינדוס 10 מדריך זה מסביר איך להתקין שרת Samba במערכת ההפעלה ubuntu לשיתוף תיקיות בחלונות 10. מערכות ההפעלה שבהן התנסיתי: Ubuntu 18.04 LTS Ubuntu Mate(16.04 LTS) (אולי יעבוד בעוד גרסאות וסוגי מערכות הפעלה לינוקס) נבצע עדכון ושדרוגים אם צריך: sudo apt-get update & apt-get upgrade נתקין את הSamba מהריפו הרשמי: sudo apt-get install samba ניצור סיסמה לתיקיות הרשת: sudo smbpasswd -a YOUR-PASSWORD YOUR-PASSWORD = הסיסמה שלכם. ניצור ת מחבר icecore קטגוריה IT וחומרה נשלח 06/17/20 17:20  
  7. A new add-on for the Folder Colors tool is available. When installed it lets you instantly change folder colors on Ubuntu 20.04 LTS with the Yaru icon set. המשך קריאה...
  8. Ubuntu 20.04 LTS is now available to download from the Microsoft Store on Windows 10, arriving just ahead of May 2020 Windows 10 feature update and WSL 2. המשך קריאה...
  9. כבר ניתן להשתמש באפשרות הזו בגרסת אובונטו LTS האחרונה, אך המפתחים של GNOME עדיין עובדים על שיפור החוויה. מקור והמשך קריאה...
  10. Here’s our pick of the top things to do after installing Ubuntu 20.04 LTS ‘Focal Fossa’ — thing that will help you get more from your Linux system. The arrival of Ubuntu’s latest Long Term […] 1. See What’s New 2. Play with Dark Mode 3. Install GNOME Tweaks GNOME Tweaks is a Swiss-army knife of options, including… 4. Get a Powerful File Preview Tool GNOME Sushi is a handy spacebar preview tool for the GNOME Shell desktop. 5. Enable Minimise on Click If you want applications to minimise down to their Ubuntu dock icon when clicked you can manually enable the behavior. 6. Show Battery Percentage ועוד... המשך קריאה...
  11. Ubuntu 20.04 LTS is now available to download, six (rather hectic) months after development on the release first began. This is the final, stable release of Ubuntu 20.04, codename ‘Focal Fossa’. It comes with 5 המשך קריאה...
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