Building Your Roadmap
Each goal in the Roadmap has a set structure which you should stick to. This is how it works:
Objective' - Promote Ubuntu in schools and universities in different cities of the country , participate in different activities of the Ubuntu Community (OpenWeek, Ubuntu Developer Week, Doc Jams, Translatations Jams, Global Jams.etc)
Success Criteria - Successful presentations on different schools we will visit this six months. Also improved our work on next FLISOL coming on April.
- Creation on marketing material for Ubuntu-Tour.
- Communicate with leaders of different Lugs of the country, this way we can coordinate visits to different places of Honduras.
- Marketing material: Create a new version of the Ubuntu-Honduras T-shirt.
Blueprint (optional) - It is recommended to use a Launchpad Blueprint for your objective. Launchpad isn't just for developers, but is also great for community tasks.
Driver (optional) - If someone is coordinating this objective and helping those involved to deliver on their actions, list that person here. If you're using a Blueprint it's especially convenient to mark the driver as the Drafter and Assignee of the Launchpad Blueprint.
Here are some tips on tracking progress on your Roadmap:
- Review it at meetings - your Roadmap should be an agenda item at every meeting your Team has. Review progress, identify problems, ensure everyone is clear on what they are doing and unblock blockers.
- Review mid-cycle - it could be useful to review progress on the Roadmap halfway through the cycle in detail.
- Evaluate at the end of a cycle - when the cycle is complete, review the Roadmap and see how much the Team achieved.
OBJECTIVE: Improve and update Ubuntu-Honduras team page(wiki and website).
SUCCESS CRITERIA: Inform the community about our work of spreading Ubuntu.
- Ask members of the community to volunteer, so they are the ones who update the wiki and the website
OBJECTIVE: Work with Team members to make great events, and show why Ubuntu Rocks
- Ask members of the community to volunteer