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This set of wiki pages is primarily focused on assisting new Ubuntu Kernel developers, packagers, testers, and bug triagers.
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The project to revamp the kernel pages can be found on the Kernel/WikiToDo.
Kernel/Debugging -- debugging and triaging issues with the kernel
Kernel/Testing -- testing the kernel
Kernel/BugTriage -- Triaging bugs assigned to the kernel team
Kernel/Dev -- developing against the Ubuntu kernel
Kernel/ReleaseStatus -- Status information for the development release
Kernel/Handbook -- documentation on how things are done within the team
The Ubuntu Kernel Team aims to provide the highest quality Linux kernel for Ubuntu and the Ubuntu family of products. The Linux Kernel is the core of Ubuntu and is the rock upon which we base all other Ubuntu technology, and is a usable, high-quality desktop & server operating system for users around the world. It strives to be the best free software development platform in existence.
We have a team blog located here: http://voices.canonical.com/kernelteam/ individual team members have syndicated their personal blogs to the team blog as well.
We are on FreeNode in the #ubuntu-kernel channel
You can subscribe here: https://lists.ubuntu.com/mailman/listinfo/kernel-team
We run our mailing list much like the Linux Kernel Mailing List (LKML). Users can propose patches, ask questions and find general info. This list has medium traffic volume. For more info you can read KernelTeam/KernelPatches
- The Kernel Team holds weekly public meetings on irc.freenode.net in #ubuntu-meeting
More information here: KernelTeam/Meeting
The Ubuntu Kernel Team is in Launchpad as:
https://launchpad.net/~ubuntu-kernel-team this is the moderated public team in which we interact with the Ubuntu Community.