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Re: Proposal for Lubuntu Natty schedule
Regarding the room, I think we will use the #lubuntu channel, since the log are published.
About the special days, I think it will be very LXDE / Lubuntu centric. About the bugs, I plan to organise a small classroom, and after a bug triaging/fixing during the rest of the day, with my help when I'm available.
On Sat, 6 Nov 2010 02:39:34 +0000
Phill Whiteside <phillw@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Hiyas Julien,
> it all looks great to me, as we now have the meetingology bot on both of our
> rooms, just say which room you'd rather use, else I can also book time on
> the meetings room if that is the team wish.
> I've taken the liberty of cc'ing the UBT council to let them know of the
> proposed meeting dates in case there are other padawans from UBT that they
> think may benifit from things like documentation day and bug days etc.
> On 5 November 2010 20:57, Julien Lavergne <gilir@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> > Hi again,
> > New version, new schedule :) This is a proposal for the Natty cycle,
> > based on official schedule  :
> > November 25th : End of proposal for applications by default
> > December 1st : Decision for the modification of default applications
> > December 2nd : Alpha 1
> > February 3rd : Alpha 2
> > February 24th : Feature Freeze (no more new stuff and new version)
> > March 3rd : Alpha 3
> > March 17th : End of proposal for artwork
> > March 22nd : Decision for Artwork
> > March 31st : Beta 1
> > April 7th : Documentation / String Freeze
> > April 14th : Final Freeze (only critical changes)
> > April 21st : RC (or Beta 2)
> > April 28th : Final release (or Beta Final)
> > Please add your comments, so we can start the discussion (flood ? :))
> > for default applications.
> > Also, I propose some meetings during the cycle :
> > November 21th : Project Day
> > December 1st : Projet Day (+ decision for applications by default)
> > December 10th : Bug Day
> > December 19th : Project Day
> > January 16h : Project Day
> > January 20th : Documentation day
> > February 6th : Project Day
> > February 20th : Project Day
> > March 11th : Bug Day
> > March 22th : Project Day (+ decision for the artwork)
> > March 31st : Documentation day
> > April 8rd : Bug Day
> > April 17th : Project Day
> > Project Day : general chat, discussion and decision (if needed), work
> > done since the last Project Day, work items, and planning for the next
> > weeks.
> > Bug Day : Report, triage, fix bugs.
> > Documentation : Create and fix documentation.
> > Organisation of those days are still not finished, but I think it's
> > important to add them in the schedule.
> > Also, feel free to add your comment on this.
> > Regards,
> > Julien Lavergne
> >  : https://wiki.ubuntu.com/NattyReleaseSchedule
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