Registered by Mark Shuttleworth

This is the planning meeting for Ubuntu's Feisty+1 release, and will cover enhancements and new upstream code that we expect to appear over the coming six months. Members of the multimedia, internationalization, accessibility, 3D graphics and presence communities will also have sprints and one-day specialist summits in conjunction with the event. View the Meeting Home Page

09:00 CEST on Sunday, 2007-05-06
18:00 CEST on Friday, 2007-05-11

Meeting drivers

Each meeting has a person, or team, responsible for deciding which items are accepted for the agenda. This team is called the "meeting driver" and for UDS Sevilla May 2007 they are:

You should contact the meeting driver if you have any additional questions about the structure or agenda of the meeting.


Latest 5 additions to the meeting agenda

LTSP with KDE for Ubuntu
Checking LTSP works with KDE
Ubuntu users having a pppoe modem have to use the command line in ordner to connect to the internet. Since a lot of non-technical users have such devices it should be much easier to use them. A pppoeconf gui should be created, if NetworkManager is installed by default in Edgy it should be possible to establish a ...
Network Boot Menu for LTSP5
Implement a network boot menu generator that allows choosing between local boot, network installer, and thin-clients as well as custom menu entries.
We want to encourage third-party hardware vendors to supply driver updates that can be installed by Ubiquity, allowing Ubuntu to be installed on systems that were not supported at the time of release. This specification discusses how these driver updates should be acquired and installed by Ubiquity, strategies for u...
TCOS is a new thin client implementation that creates boot images (based on initramfs-tools like casper) and don't need NFS and not need complete debootstrap system. The boot images are small enough to boot with 32-40 Mb with PXE, floppy, cdrom or hard-disk (we have small installer). We have a front-end (pygtk) ...

There are a total of 118 specifications on the meeting agenda. There are 41 specifications proposed which the organisers will review. You can view the full current agenda here.