Feb 022016
 

It’s time once again for the Ubuntu Free Culture Showcase!

The Ubuntu Free Culture Showcase is a way to celebrate the Free Culture movement, where talented artists across the globe create media and release it under licenses that encourage sharing and adaptation. We’re looking for content which shows off the skill and talent of these amazing artists and will greet Ubuntu 16.04 LTS users.

Not only will the chosen content be featured on the next set of pressed Ubuntu discs shared worldwide across the next two years, but it will serve the joint purposes of providing a perfect test for new users testing Ubuntu’s live session or new installations, but also celebrating the fantastic talents of artists who embrace Free content licenses.

While we hope to see contributions from the video, audio, and photographic realms, I also want to thank the artists who have provided wallpapers for Ubuntu release after release. Ubuntu 15.10 shipped with wallpapers from the following contributors:

I’m looking forward to seeing the next round of entrants and a difficult time picking final choices to ship with Ubuntu 16.04 LTS.

For more information, please visit the Ubuntu Free Culture Showcase page on the Ubuntu wiki.

Nathan Haines: Ubuntu Free Culture Showcase submissions are now open again!
Source: Planet Ubuntu