Redmonk on Developers and Project Sputnik


Today at the Ubuntu Cloud Summit here in Oakland I grabbed sometime with Redmonk analyst Stephen O’Grady.  It was Stephen who originally brought up the idea of creating a Dell laptop running Ubuntu targeted at developers.

I talked to Stephen about how he would characterize today’s world of developers and what he feels project Sputnik needs to deliver on to be successful.

Updated March 22

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2 Responses to Redmonk on Developers and Project Sputnik

  1. Cezar Cocu says:

    I’m probably spoiled but this touchpad issue is killing me. However I loved the one click and done installation with Sputnik. Also, I’m saving a bit of power by enabling ALPM. It seems stable.. here’s the link on how to test it. https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Kernel/PowerManagementALPM

    Cheers and keep us updated, I’m loving it so far!

  2. Radomir Dopieralski says:

    So, anything new with this project? It’s been rather quiet since the initial burst of activity. I have high hopes for this, can’t wait to hear more.

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