Ubuntu Monthly Update Cadence Proposal
nrbrtx at gmail.com
Thu Feb 1 22:59:07 UTC 2018
Dear Bryan and all!
I think that the greatest problem nowadays is that reported bugs are not
fixed and/or even triaged.
I have asked for support on community.ubuntu.com (
https://community.ubuntu.com/t/improving-bug-visibility/2626). But bug
visibility is still low.
Sometimes I think to stop reporting bugs, but I want to make Ubuntu better.
So I'll continue (https://bugs.launchpad.net/~nrbrtx).
As conclusion I can say the following - if "Monthly Update Cadence
Proposal" will help to fix cosmetic (non-security, non-critical) bugs
inside (or before) LTS lifecycle, than it would be really great. LTS must
be stable and user-friendly.
With best regards,
On Thu, Feb 1, 2018 at 3:07 AM, Bryan Quigley <bryan.quigley at canonical.com>
> Instead of releasing a version of Ubuntu every 6 months, we release
> select core components of Ubuntu every month. Updates to core
> components would need to be staggered so that no closely coupled
> components would see a major release within the same month.
> We'd provide a newsletter every month before the core components land
> and provide possible plans for the next 2 months.
> There would be at least one additional place (PPA) to test every core
> component update before it gets to -proposed.
> My hypothesis is that this will help create stability and make the
> monthly releases predictable enough that we will get more users than
> we currently have on our non-LTS releases.
> It would be possible to try this process for 18.10. If it shows
> itself to be an improvement, we can keep doing it indefinitely. If
> not, we can call it a failed experiment and release 18.10.
> I wrote a good bit more about this proposal, including a possible list
> of some core components and how the schedule would have worked for the
> past year - https://bryanquigley.com/pages/papers/ubuntu-monthly-
> Thanks a bunch!
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