UDS Mountain View: Call for Topics

ubuntu demon ubuntu.demon at gmail.com
Sun Oct 15 12:09:31 BST 2006

On 10/14/06, Matt Zimmerman <mdz at ubuntu.com> wrote:
> This is an official call for topics for the upcoming summit in Mountain
> View.  If you have a well-defined idea for discussion or development which
> you would like to propose for the summit, do not reply to this message,
> but
> follow the process described below.
> The primary objective of the summit is to define the release goals for
> Ubuntu 7.04, to be released in April 2007.  At the summit, the development
> team will discuss feature ideas, and create specification documents
> describing plans for their implementation.
> Anyone is welcome to submit a topic for discussion, but only a limited
> number of topics can be covered in the time available at the summit, so
> the
> agenda will be selected from the most appropriate submissions.  Topics
> with
> the following attributes are most likely to be prioritized and thus become
> successful agenda items:
> * Topics submitted by summit attendees: these are most likely to have
>    critical mass for discussion.
> * Topics aligned with the goals of the Ubuntu project:
>    Bringing the best open source software to the masses and making it easy
>    for them to use.
> * Topics aligned with the goals for the next release:
>    Ubuntu 7.04 will be characterized by stellar hardware support and
>    leading-edge desktop technology
> * Topics which are clearly explained with a rationale showing the benefit
>    to Ubuntu:
>    Your idea can only become reality if it can be readily understood by
>    others as an important way to improve Ubuntu.
> * Topics which require a substantial amount of discussion in order to plan
>    their implementation:
>    A trivial or obvious idea which does not require much forethought will
>    not justify a slot on the agenda.
> If you have an idea, it is wise to discuss it on
> ubuntu-devel at lists.ubuntu.com to get feedback from others before proposing
> it.  Topics which have been discussed and rejected before, or which aren't
> within the scope of the meeting or the project will not be accepted.
> To propose a topic for the agenda:
> * Visit https://launchpad.net/sprints/uds-mtv
> * If you are attending the summit, ensure that you are registered!  This
> is
>    important.
> * Review the list of topics which are already on the agenda
> * Visit https://launchpad.net/distros/ubuntu/+specs and register a new
>    specification.  Keep the summary short, but be very clear about the
>    scope and purpose of the project.
> * From the spec view, click "Propose for meeting agenda" to nominate it
> for
>    the Mountain View agenda.
> The meeting organizers will review all proposals, accept the most
> promising
> ones, and accept them for the agenda.
> --
> - mdz
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> ubuntu-devel-announce at lists.ubuntu.com
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I created a sticky for this in the Edgy section of the forums. I quoted the
official announcement. Here it is :

UDS  Mountain View : Call for Topics


Roald / ubuntu_demon
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