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Ubuntu summit raises software development kit for OS

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Ubuntu summit raises software development kit for OS

Things have been hopping in the land of Ubuntu lately, with the operating system securing a pending date with Steam, an appearance on the Nexus 7 and an April 25 launch for version 13.04. Now the OS is getting another extra hop in its step as word of a “future Ubuntu SDK” was dropped at a recent developer summit in Copenhagen. The powers-that-be mentioned the need to start discussions in order to define potential criteria for assessing technologies and libraries for inclusion in an Ubuntu SDK, as well as what tools to throw in. Although it appears that an Ubuntu SDK will not be the focus for 13.04 for now, mention of a software development kit should be welcome news for folks eager to bring apps to the OS. Interest piqued? Check out the source link to see the Ubuntu SDK assessment criteria.

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Ubuntu summit raises software development kit for OS originally appeared on Engadget on Thu, 01 Nov 2012 08:42:00 EDT. Please see our terms for use of feeds.

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