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Old 11-21-2011, 09:24 PM
Pasi Lallinaho
 
Default Roadmap items approval and schedule

This is a call for Xubuntu developers to open their mouth and give
counterarguments for roadmap items [1], if willing.


Note that those items with * in the assignee field, approval means that
people can start working with the items, but further community
discussion and approval will have to be given before any work within the
specification can start. To be as verbose and clear as possible, these
items are:

- New media player (audio)
- Ubiquity "Application sets"
- Rethink shortcut keys
- Clean themes (GTK, xfwm, wallpapers) list

For all other items, approval means that people are free to start
working on the items. These items will need community approval before
committing to repositories too.


If no argumenst against the items are made before the end of November,
all items with assignees will be accepted. Items that have no assignee
will not be approved, and will be postponed to next release. You can
take any items with no assignee until the end of November. (Note that
all the blueprints are accepted for Precise now for technical reasons.)


Note that new items can't be added to the roadmap anymore, without
getting specific approval at the community meeting in advance. The
blueprints and specifications for all items should be ready before the
end of Week 50.


I hope I was clear enough. If there is anything you'd like to ask or
add, please reply to the list as soon as possible.


Yt,
Pasi

[1] https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Xubuntu/Roadmap

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Old 11-21-2011, 09:28 PM
Pasi Lallinaho
 
Default Roadmap items approval and schedule

On 11/22/2011 12:24 AM, Pasi Lallinaho wrote:
This is a call for Xubuntu developers to open their mouth and give
counterarguments for roadmap items [1], if willing.


Note that those items with * in the assignee field, approval means
that people can start working with the items, but further community
discussion and approval will have to be given before any work within
the specification can start. To be as verbose and clear as possible,
these items are:

- New media player (audio)
- Ubiquity "Application sets"
- Rethink shortcut keys
- Clean themes (GTK, xfwm, wallpapers) list

For all other items, approval means that people are free to start
working on the items. These items will need community approval before
committing to repositories too.


If no argumenst against the items are made before the end of November,
all items with assignees will be accepted. Items that have no assignee
will not be approved, and will be postponed to next release. You can
take any items with no assignee until the end of November. (Note that
all the blueprints are accepted for Precise now for technical reasons.)


Note that new items can't be added to the roadmap anymore, without
getting specific approval at the community meeting in advance. The
blueprints and specifications for all items should be ready before the
end of Week 50.


I hope I was clear enough. If there is anything you'd like to ask or
add, please reply to the list as soon as possible.


Yt,
Pasi

[1] https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Xubuntu/Roadmap


To be even more verbose, the items with no assignee are:
- New Icon theme
- Port Albatross to GTK3
- Reintegrate the update manager to the notification area

If you want to start working on these items, add yourself as the
assignee in the wiki, and contact me at IRC [1] and I'll set up a
blueprint for you.


Pasi

[1]
Nick: knome
Channel: #xubuntu-devel
Network: Freenode (chat.freenode.net)

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Old 11-22-2011, 12:00 AM
Pasi Lallinaho
 
Default Roadmap items approval and schedule

On 11/22/2011 12:28 AM, Pasi Lallinaho wrote:

On 11/22/2011 12:24 AM, Pasi Lallinaho wrote:
This is a call for Xubuntu developers to open their mouth and give
counterarguments for roadmap items [1], if willing.


Note that those items with * in the assignee field,


Those are in the "Importance" field now.

approval means that people can start working with the items, but
further community discussion and approval will have to be given
before any work within the specification can start. To be as verbose
and clear as possible, these items are:

- New media player (audio)
- Ubiquity "Application sets"
- Rethink shortcut keys
- Clean themes (GTK, xfwm, wallpapers) list

For all other items, approval means that people are free to start
working on the items. These items will need community approval before
committing to repositories too.


If no argumenst against the items are made before the end of
November, all items with assignees will be accepted. Items that have
no assignee will not be approved, and will be postponed to next
release. You can take any items with no assignee until the end of
November. (Note that all the blueprints are accepted for Precise now
for technical reasons.)


Note that new items can't be added to the roadmap anymore, without
getting specific approval at the community meeting in advance. The
blueprints and specifications for all items should be ready before
the end of Week 50.


I hope I was clear enough. If there is anything you'd like to ask or
add, please reply to the list as soon as possible.


Yt,
Pasi

[1] https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Xubuntu/Roadmap


To be even more verbose, the items with no assignee are:
- New Icon theme
- Port Albatross to GTK3
- Reintegrate the update manager to the notification area

If you want to start working on these items, add yourself as the
assignee in the wiki, and contact me at IRC [1] and I'll set up a
blueprint for you.


Pasi

[1]
Nick: knome
Channel: #xubuntu-devel
Network: Freenode (chat.freenode.net)




--
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Leader of Xubuntu and Shimmer Project » http://shimmerproject.org/
Graphic artist, webdesigner, Ubuntu member » http://xubuntu.org/


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Old 11-30-2011, 09:08 PM
Pasi Lallinaho
 
Default Roadmap items approval and schedule

On 11/22/2011 03:00 AM, Pasi Lallinaho wrote:

On 11/22/2011 12:28 AM, Pasi Lallinaho wrote:

On 11/22/2011 12:24 AM, Pasi Lallinaho wrote:
This is a call for Xubuntu developers to open their mouth and give
counterarguments for roadmap items [1], if willing.


Note that those items with * in the assignee field,


Those are in the "Importance" field now.

approval means that people can start working with the items, but
further community discussion and approval will have to be given
before any work within the specification can start. To be as verbose
and clear as possible, these items are:

- New media player (audio)
- Ubiquity "Application sets"
- Rethink shortcut keys
- Clean themes (GTK, xfwm, wallpapers) list

For all other items, approval means that people are free to start
working on the items. These items will need community approval
before committing to repositories too.


If no argumenst against the items are made before the end of
November, all items with assignees will be accepted. Items that have
no assignee will not be approved, and will be postponed to next
release. You can take any items with no assignee until the end of
November. (Note that all the blueprints are accepted for Precise now
for technical reasons.)


Note that new items can't be added to the roadmap anymore, without
getting specific approval at the community meeting in advance. The
blueprints and specifications for all items should be ready before
the end of Week 50.


I hope I was clear enough. If there is anything you'd like to ask or
add, please reply to the list as soon as possible.


Yt,
Pasi

[1] https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Xubuntu/Roadmap


To be even more verbose, the items with no assignee are:
- New Icon theme
- Port Albatross to GTK3
- Reintegrate the update manager to the notification area

If you want to start working on these items, add yourself as the
assignee in the wiki, and contact me at IRC [1] and I'll set up a
blueprint for you.


Pasi

[1]
Nick: knome
Channel: #xubuntu-devel
Network: Freenode (chat.freenode.net)




Since there was no objections or counterarguments, all items in the
roadmap with an assignee have been "officially" approved now.


The items without assignees will be postponed to Precise+1.

Pasi

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