Note: This page is for prioritizing Foundations track UDS-M sessions. For general Maverick planning, please see FoundationsTeam/Maverick/Planning.
[ACCEPTED] 10.04 Review - hold this early to aid breakout topics, maybe in the first roundtable
[ACCEPTED] packagekit as backend for software-center
[ACCEPTED] Upstart Q&A UDS session
[ACCEPTED] Finish Upstart (seconded by OEM indirectly for their interest in continued boot performance improvements)
[ACCEPTED] Multiarch Support (may not need further discussion?)
[ACCEPTED] btrfs Support (seconded by OEM)
[ACCEPTED] Package Culling - find and aggressively deal with packages whose merges have been lagging for several releases
[ACCEPTED] Discuss testing (seconded by OEM)
[ACCEPTED] Remove Demoted Packages on Upgrade - We need to explore the removal of demoted packages on upgrade (all, only auto-installed ones, only default installed ones, only unused... how to detect).
[ACCEPTED] Boot Performance/Experience (seconded by OEM)
[ACCEPTED] UEFI Firmware Support
[ACCEPTED] Spring Clean - right after an LTS release is a good time for an aggressive cleanup of things we don't need or that should be extensively refactored
[ACCEPTED] Python Robustification - this blueprint includes the two below for ease of UDS session scheduling, and it carries over (though likely with different work items) the a similar Lucid era spec.
[ACCEPTED] Python Versions - this blueprint includes the two below for ease of UDS session scheduling
Compile for i686 as the default on i386 - instead of i486
Use Energy Star compliance power settings by default (proposed by OEM)
[ACCEPTED] Use Swap Files Instead of Swap Partitions (carried over from Karmic)
Better archive crawler (carried over from Lucid)
Improved Platform-Internationalization Collaboration (seconded by OEM)
Enable Hybrid suspend/hibernate by Default (proposed by OEM)
Lower priority, include only if they will fit
CD build speed - CD build speed has been creeping back up of late; attack it again
Improving the installation process of Edubuntu - this probably belongs in a community session; will ping Jono; Foundations can make sure someone is present for the discussion, however