Ubuntu 20.04.1 was released on 31 July 2020, a scant 7 days after it was originally scheduled. It is now available for download at https://ubuntu.com/#download. There are also links to any of the Ubuntu “flavors” on that page. If you already have 20.04 installed on your computer, it will automatically become 20.04.1 during your daily (or weekly) updates. The same is true of any of the “flavors.” One reason why this release is important is that now you may see an upgrade option from 18.04 to 20.04. This appears right around the time of the first point release of a new version. Happy Ubuntu-ing.
Ubuntu 20.04, Focal Fossa, was released on 23 April. It is available for download at https://ubuntu.com/#download. The other seven Ubuntu “flavors” can also be downloaded from links on that page. If you plan to upgrade instead of doing a fresh install, it is recommended that you wait until the first point release of the version which is expected some time in July of this year. Otherwise, download and install away. Happy Ubuntu-ing.
Because of the current situation with the COVID-19 virus, the Ubuntu Hour scheduled for Thursday 26 March 2020 at the Xtreme Bean has been canceled. The two Ubuntu Hours that are scheduled there in April (on the 2nd and 23rd) have not been canceled yet, but the situation is being monitored very closely.
The April Ubuntu Hours (4/2, 4/23) are canceled.