Canonical, the company behind the Ubuntu GNU/Linux operating system, has joined the advisory board of the The Document Foundation, the organisation that presides over the development of LibreOffice, the free office suite.
Should Linux distributions continue to issue 32-bit images any longer or phase them out over a year or two? This question was resurrected recently by Ubuntu developer Dimitri John Ledkov, with a cutoff date of October 2018 proposed.
Phones that run Canonical's Ubuntu Phone operating system have been around for more than a year but given that they appear to be predominantly aimed at European markets, they are a rare sight in Australia.
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