As with any start of any cycle, there is a planning phase, then a brainstorming phase and then the implementation phase.
The Planning Phase of Ubuntu GNOME Utopic Unicorn
Blueprints are done and we have the main roadmap for Ubuntu GNOME Utopic Unicorn with 7 blueprints for each Sub-Team and more to come whenever needed.
- Artwork Roadmap
- Brainstorming Roadmap
- Marketing and Communications Roadmap
- Packaging Roadmap
- QA Roadmap
- Translations Roadmap
- Wiki and Documentation Roadmap
Above are the main Blueprints for Ubuntu GNOME Utopic Unicorn Cycle. There is one main roadmap of course which is the umbrella of all the other 7 main blueprints for each sub-team.
More blueprints will be added whenever needed and will be linked to one of the 7 blueprints, depending on the area these new blueprints will be created under. Example: if the new created blueprint will be related to Ubuntu GNOME Slideshow, this will be under Artwork Sub-Team and therefore, will be linked to: Ubuntu GNOME Artwork Roadmap for Utopic Unicorn.
The Brainstorming Phase of Ubuntu GNOME Utopic Unicorn
Ubuntu GNOME Team will start many meetings, one for each Sub-Team, in order to discuss the blueprints. Once these blueprints are discussed and approved, we shall start then the Implementation Phase.
The Implementation Phase of Ubuntu GNOME Utopic Unicorn
This phase obviously will be longest which will start right after the discussion and brainstorming phase. Planning Phase is done. Brainstorming Phase will start very soon right after publishing this post. It might take 1-2 weeks Maximum and then we shall start the Implementation Phase.
Each Sub-Team will have specific tasks to do. Our Team is more than ready to carry on with the great and amazing work we have always showed and we’re looking forward for yet another cycle of fun, team work, achievements and smiles on the faces of Ubuntu GNOME Users.
We promise that we shall never let you down. However, don’t expect to find/see ALL what you have in mind on Ubuntu GNOME 14.10 😉 nothing is perfect as you know.. Yet, from your side, you can play a great role to help and support. That can be easily achieved and done by:
Head of Brainstorming and One of Ubuntu GNOME Leaders