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| * [[https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Releases|Release Schedule]]
* Freezes and Milestones are available on the current developent version [[https://wiki.ubuntu.com/KarmicReleaseSchedule|calendar]].
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| * Make use of [[Upstream/AdoptingTemplate]] to organise your links.
* Get upload rights for your packages: [[UbuntuDevelopers#PerPackage]].
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|* [[https://edge.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+ppas|Personal Package Archives]] - PPAs are a delivery mechanism you can use to get your software out to users.||* [[https://launchpad.net/ubuntu/+ppas|Personal Package Archives]] - PPAs are a delivery mechanism you can use to get your software out to users. ([[https://help.launchpad.net/Packaging/PPA|Docs]])|
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Ubuntu for Upstream Developers
This page is for upstream software authors that will hopefully answer your questions on how to work Ubuntu. Work in progress, dive in or contact me. -- jorge 2009-08-05 15:09:50
Getting Your Software in Ubuntu
Packaging Guide - This guide teaches you how to package your software for Ubuntu.
Working with Ubuntu Developers - Follow the MOTU/GettingStarted page to learn about the Ubuntu development process.
- Things you need to know about Ubuntu
Maintaining Your Software in Ubuntu
Ubuntu Stable Release Update Policy - This document covers how we maintain your software after a release of Ubuntu.
- Typical workflow, etc.
Make use of Upstream/AdoptingTemplate to organise your links.
Get upload rights for your packages: UbuntuDevelopers#PerPackage.
Resources Available to You
- Contacting Ubuntu Developers
- I have a question!