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[Trusty Tahr Roadmap] Tasks of Each Sub-Team & Full Report
I know this email is late but as they say "never too late." :)
Months ago, I have created many blueprints and assigned these to our
Sub-Teams. Each Sub-Teams of Ubuntu GNOME has some blueprints that define
the plans and goals for this cycle (Trusty Tahr).
Alpha 2 has been released and Beta 1 will be released later in this month.
Planning stage is over and closed. *No further planning for this cycle*.
Whatever in mind and we couldn't achieve it for this cycle, I highly
recommend that you take a note of your idea, put that on a paper or text
file and after we release Trusty Tahr, only then it is time to share that
idea and it can be done via the Blueprints, as always.
However, there might be some exceptions like 'plan change' or something
urgent that needs to be done. I think that mainly will be with the
development part. As for the 4 teams I am in charge of:
Wiki + QA + Marketing and Communications + Brainstorming
No major plans whatsoever for now.
We're now at the 'do' phase.
Whatever has been agreed to and planned, it is now time to actually do it
and move forward.
Below is a list of each team's tasks:
*1- Wiki and Docs Team:*
*2- QA Team:*
*3- Marketing & Communications Team:*
*4- Packaging Team:*
*5- Brainstorming Team:*
*6- Artwork Team:*
Needs Code Review
*Trusty Tahr RoadMap:*
This blueprint says is all. It depends on all the above mentioned
*Total of Sub-Teams:*
https://wiki.ubuntu.com/UbuntuGNOME/SubTeams : 8
*Total of Blueprints:*
21 blueprints assigned to Sub-Team and Team members
2 wrongly registered or not valid
Total blueprints for Trusty Tahr Cycle: 23
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If you have any Question, Feedback, Suggestion, etc ... feel free to share
Thanks a lot for everyone who contributed and participated so far with
Ubuntu GNOME in Trusty Tahr Cycle. Let's move forward and have yet another
rock solid system :)
*Remember: *"All of us are smarter than any one of us."
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