Ubuntu based manga originally written in Japanese for ASCII magazine company and released as Creative Commons. Many years ago I set up a project to translate the work into english. since that time the group has translated each edition that’s come out. A few people would transcribe, others would translate and I would edit them into English pages and publish online. Read more about Ubunchu here.
Seotch-san (the author) has just released two new editions in Japanese and I’m busy editing pages, and others are busy transcribing and translating in the google group. We could do with some help doing either translation or transcription of the Japanese intot he google spreadsheets. Information is available here if you can help us.
Also needed are two artworks which go on the Stop pages, to explain to English readers how to read Manga right to left instead of the western left to right. In the last edition I personally did the work taking over from the fabulous ~c-quel who did all the previous editions. You can see the past stop/go pages here.
So if you’d like to be involved in drawing some Manga art for Ubuntu, this is your opportunity. The work needs to be related to the chapter it’ll go into, and either be vector svg or high resolution raster png file format. Please comment below to get involved!
P.S. These are the last two chapters of Ubunchu, after this, I don’t think there will be any more.
PJ of Groklaw is shuttering groklaw, so there’ll be no more new content on the website. Groklaw has been a fantastic reference, both in following the SCO saga and with learning more about copyright and other legal issues. The newspicks were some of the best selected of any linux related website I know and they will be missed.
For you PJ, a cartoon that took me all day to draw:
Thanks for all the fish. Can’t wait to see what your next case is!
There has been a lot recently about community fighting. It’s been interesting, but also silly in a lot of ways because it’s a great deal about egos, and you know what happens when the immovable ego meets the unstoppable ego.
Perceptions are a funny thing, this isn’t true:
But plenty of people think it is.
I asked one of the great artists on deviantArt who uses Ubuntu to see if he could animate my deviantArt, bowler hat wearing, vectorised in inkscape avatar. I wanted it to drink tea… and here it is:
Please go to ~hienhen’s gallery and have a look at his work and comment on it.
Great news, we’ve finished work on translating the excellent Chapter 03 of the Ubunchu Manga.
This chapter tells the story of our system admin club members negotiating their way through the Ubuntu Forums, will they find geeks replaying with RTFM posts or will they find a kinder and more helpful community. And why has Akane, our skilled hacker, never posted to a forum before?
You’ll have to download it to find out!