There is now an Australian Ubuntu website: http://www.ubuntu.com.au. This is an all-new Australian Ubuntu website with forums to get Ubuntu help if you are having any problems with your Ubuntu distribution concerning any hardware and software problems. The Ubuntu Linux distribution is the most popular on the Internet and is advertised all over the world. The upcoming Ubuntu 13.04 release that has gone live with daily builds available for testing up to the release date; it will continue to be a popular Linux distribution into the future. It has been revealed that the new features of the Ubuntu 13.04 release will be kept secret apart from a select few until the distribution is released and the ISO files are there ready for inspection. This is due to the critics panning the features of the Ubuntu distributions before the official release date. Does this mean that the features will be left out of the daily build ISO files until the release version comes out of the Canonical Black Mesa base? This is indeed a controversial move by the formerly open Ubuntu team; this could lead to more secrecy; and secrecy leads to suspicion; that is why there are so many people who are suspicious of the government and the reasons behind 9/11 and the Pentagon plane impact. It is better to be more open and free with information rather than hiding under a cowl and having secret meetings where they hash out new Ubuntu ideas in a secret underground base.