Ubuntu CTO Matt Zimmerman looks
at the evolution of the Ubuntu Developer Summit (UDS) with an eye toward making it better in the future. He lists various problems with the status quo along with proposals for addressing some of those and is inviting the Ubuntu community to share its thoughts as well. "UDS produces many more blueprints than we need for a cycle. While some of these represent an explicit decision not to pursue a project, most of them are set aside simply because we cant fit them in. We have the capacity to implement over 100 blueprints per cycle, but we have *thousands* of blueprints registered today. We finished less than half of the blueprints we registered for 10.04. This means that were spending a lot of time at UDS talking about things which cant get done that cycle (and may never get done).
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