May 31, 2010 · News · Email This Post

With the 10.10 developer summit behind us, several teams have published engineering plans for the 10.10 release cycle, including:

  • The Desktop team plan, via Rick Spencer, includes both Desktop Edition and Netbook Edition, and covers Software Center, GNOME, application and browser selection (including Chromium), X11 and social networking
  • The Server team plan, via Jos Boumans, covers migrating services to Upstart, improvements to the mail stack, cloud and cluster storage systems, cloud deployment and load balancing, Ubuntu Enterprise Cloud, and Java
  • The Foundations team plan, via Duncan McGreggor, covers system initialization, btrfs, cleaning house, improvements to the installers, Software Center (also) and Upstart (itself), along with a batch of miscellaneous projects, including compiling Ubuntu for the i686 instruction set
  • The Kernel team plan, via Leann Ogasawara, covers the choice of kernel 2.6.35, the current Ubuntu patch set, the configuration of our various kernel flavours, bug management, and the availability of backports of newer kernels to Ubuntu LTS releases

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