By timothy from Slashdot's 'cause-that's-how-they-roll-or-rather-don't department
Barence writes "Ubuntu has shelved the idea of moving to rolling releases, and will continue to release a new version every six months. Earlier this year, Ubuntu developers discussed the idea of moving to rolling releases, with new features added to the OS as and when they were ready. However, In an interview with PC Pro, Canonical CEO Jane Silber said the developers had taken a 'cold, hard look at our long-standing practices' and decided to stay with twice-yearly releases. It has, however, cut support on non-LTS releases from 18 to nine months."
Today, the Ubuntu team have released the latest iteration of Ubuntu, 13.04
("Raring Ringtail"), along with variants like Kubuntu 13.04
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