It really is a new codename for Ubuntu 16.10? (Answer: Yes)

Mark Shattlvort announced the codename for Ubuntu 16.10 in a new fancy blog.

All have become accustomed to the fact that the founder of Ubuntu announces code name for the next version of Ubuntu in an ambiguous repetitive posts that are somehow connected with the theme of the new release.

For 16.10, whose code name begins with the letter ‘Y’, Salvors did some digging in the dictionary and gave much more devious monologue:

“Y-you mean …Yakkety yakkety yakkety yakkety yakkety yakkety yakkety yakkety yak. It’s simple.”

I think the self-proclaimed all-merciful dictator Troll us? Don’t like: archive for the ‘Yakkety Yak’ is already created @ archive.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/dists/yakkety

What does “Yakkety Yak”?

C Yakkety all a bit unclear. It is known that “yakking” is a colloquial expression, which means idle talk or chatter, but ‘yakkety’ can also be confused with “Yakety” (like Yakety Sax, the famous pop-jazz instrument).

Yak Google describes as “…the largest domesticated bull with thick hair, hunched shoulders, and large horns; in Tibet is for the people to transport bags, as well as valuable for its milk, meat and skins”

‘To yak’ also means “long time talking about trivial and boring things.”

Do you like to guess the new names? What adjective animal would you choose?

Source: omgubuntu.ru

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