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- Add vocabulary list (words like upstream, SRU, etc)
- public relations - list of places to make announcements, hashtags
Ubuntu membership and benefits - https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Membership
Generate gnupg key - needed for things like a launchpad account https://help.ubuntu.com/community/GnuPrivacyGuardHowto (good info on developer.ubuntu.com)
- Create page(s) about the relationship between Debian / Ubuntu / Ubuntu Studio packages. With hints on what to do, and when to do it when wanting to change a package.
use, standard announcement verbiage, and links to various resources like banners/other graphics
The purpose of Ubuntu Studio:
Provide a desktop base suitable for multimedia production work
Provide system performance needed for multimedia applications
Include relevant and up to date applications that cover all multimedia workflows
Provide documentation for users that covers every aspect of linux multimedia
Provide various tools (application/documentation) to make system management easy for non-hackers
Report/adress bugs/issues/ideas upstream to Ubuntu -> Debian -> Software Developers to improve applications and packages
Ubuntu Studio Development Schedule
UbuntuStudio/DevelopmentReleaseSchedule - Current Ubuntu Studio Development release schedule
UbuntuStudio/LTSReleaseSchedule - Current Ubuntu Studio LTS release schedule
UbuntuStudio/ReleaseScheduleTemplate - Template for creating a release schedule page
UbuntuDevelopment/ReleaseProcess - The Ubuntu Release Process
Setup Developer Environment
Ubuntu Studio Developer Tasks
Create Blueprints for each new release, which contain work items that can be assigned to a developer.
- Update the web site.
Keep the list of default Ubuntu Studio applications up to date, and relevant - Seed Management
Design application categories and documentation to follow a workflow based format, so that users who want to do a specific task are easily led to relevant applications.
- Test and tweak the system to find out how performance can be improved for various workflows.
- Look at revamping ubuntustudio-controls to let the user more easily manage the system, without having to edit files manually, or using the terminal to pass commands (realtime privilege, adjusting rtirq - restarting, etc..)
- Investigate the possibility of creating an application that helps the user more easily find tools for workflow specific tasks. Possibly a custom panel.
These are all the channels and methods used for communication within the Ubuntu Studio development community.
IRC at irc.freenode.net
- #ubuntustudio (user channel)
IRC chatting is the quickest and most common communication method used in Ubuntu Studio development.
* IRC HowTo - for those not familiar with IRC
ubuntu-studio-users mail list - user mail list
ubuntu-studio-devel mail list - general development discussion
ubuntustudio-bugs mail list - not active atm
ubuntustudio-testing list - A place where to post testing results
By keeping a clear team structure it is easy to keep track of who is doing what, and whom to ask about specific topics.
Managing Blueprints - how to create them, and manage them for each new cycle
Bug Management (launchpad account)
Backports (ubuntu dev-tools)
UbuntuStudio at Launchpad
https://launchpad.net/~ubuntustudio - open (not active atm)
https://launchpad.net/~ubuntustudio-bugs - open team (not active atm)
https://launchpad.net/~ubuntustudio-testers - open team (not active atm)
https://launchpad.net/~ubuntustudio-dev - closed team (core developer team)
https://launchpad.net/~ubuntustudio-kernel-team - closed team (kernel development team)
https://launchpad.net/~ubuntustudio-website - closed team (has access to the website)
Add Missing Teams Here...
https://launchpad.net/ubuntustudio-project - Root project for Ubuntu Studio projects
https://launchpad.net/ubuntustudio - The Ubuntu Studio Project