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Just a note to say the Ubuntusphere is growing and is probably the largest collection of Ubuntu-related links in the Southern Hemisphere. If you have a link or a site which you feel needs to be listed, please ethnopunk at telkomsa.net and I’ll consider it for inclusion. Also, any ideas about a graphic? I know a sphere would look good, and we all know the Ubuntu logo is spherical. But exactly how to go about illustrating the idea? I was thinking the Ubuntusphere is more about an ecosystem of sites, an Ubuntucology if you will. If you have any ideas, please fire away.
UPDATE: Here it is the Ubuntusphere, a photoretouched Rubik sphere using Gimp
Found a cool Nautilus Subversion Integration tool that allows one to execute SVN commands using Gnome scripts.
sudo apt-get install nautilus-actions
Requires Zenity and Subversion.
Link to download the scripts
Also, found the SVN Workbench from Tigris.org – Open Source Software Engineering Tools
sudo apt-get install python-svn
sudo apt-get install svn-workbench
Also a newer beta version of Nautilussvn which imitates TortoiseSVN on Windows.
Stumbled across Everything Ubuntu quite by accident. The site appears to have been launched within the past two months and features a customised Google search engine as its main feature plus a handy page of very cool apps. Thanks to Everything Ubuntu, I found Digikam and Aptana. Now wouldn’t it be amazing if we had a visual universe of Ubuntu apps to feast our eyes on? A great interface so you can just point and click, before you decide what you want to apt-get from the repos, and install?