Xubuntu

Chapter 9. Processes

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Meetings
Website updates

This section describes some of the community processes for Xubuntu development. The processes should be used as guidelines: the main goal of this section is to describe what we do, not so much to describe what we should do.

In addition to the Xubuntu processes described below, there are several generic Ubuntu processes that are useful for the team and described elsewhere:

Meetings

Chairing a meeting

The community meetings are held in #xubuntu-devel and chaired by the Xubuntu team leads. The chairing team leader is cycled based on the team name. The actual upcoming chair list can be found in the comments of the Meetings page.

The chair is responsible for scheduling and announcing the meeting on the development mailing list, and for updating the wiki with the meeting time.

During any of the sections in the meeting, the chair can assign action items to individuals or teams with their permission. The chair should take care to copy these items to blueprint work items where applicable.

The meeting minutes will need to be added to the wiki after the meeting has ended. To do this, go to the Minutes startpage and use the input box for creating a minutes page. You will get the content for the page directly from meetingology Moin output URL.

After you have created a minutes page, don't forget to update the include in the Meetings main page.

Website updates

Update on release

  • Update screenshots on the Screenshots page

  • Rotate the In the Press section

  • Add new release to the Help & Support and Get Xubuntu pages

  • Change front page widget to point to a new release

  • When one is set, remove the widget mentioning testing from the front page

  • When one is prepared, release a FAQ blog article

Update on point releases

  • Update download links on the Get Xubuntu page

  • Update the front page widget

Update on release EOL