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Bugs targeted: 6 Fix Released
Blueprints targeted: None

The Branch for Trusty Tahr

trunk series Active Development
Bugs targeted: None
Blueprints targeted: None

The "trunk" series represents the primary line of development rather than a stable release branch. This is sometimes also called MAIN or HEAD.

Bugs targeted: 1 Won't Fix, 2 Triaged, 2 Fix Released
Blueprints targeted: None

This is the branch for Saucy Salamander.

raring series Active Development
Latest milestones: raring-langpack-updates
Bugs targeted: None
Blueprints targeted: None

Raring Ringtail

precise series Active Development
Latest milestones: precise-langpack-updates
Bugs targeted: None
Blueprints targeted: None

Ubuntu 12.04 (Precise Pangolin)

oneiric series Active Development
Latest milestones: oneiric-langpack-updates
Bugs targeted: None
Blueprints targeted: None

Ubuntu 11.10 (Oneiric Ocelot)

natty series Active Development
Latest milestones: natty-langpack-updates
Bugs targeted: None
Blueprints targeted: None

Ubuntu 11.04 (Natty Narwhal)

Bugs targeted: 3 Fix Released
Blueprints targeted: None

See http://wiki.ubuntu.com/MaverickMeerkat

Maverick will be delivered in October 2010 on the normal six-month Ubuntu cycle. It will be designated 10.10

lucid series Active Development
Latest milestones: lucid-langpack-updates
Bugs targeted: None
Blueprints targeted: None

See http://wiki.ubuntu.com/LucidLynx

Lucid will be delivered in April 2010 on the normal six-month Ubuntu cycle. It will be designated 10.04

karmic series Active Development
Latest milestones: karmic-langpack-updates
Bugs targeted: None
Blueprints targeted: None

See http://wiki.ubuntu.com/KarmicKoala

Karmic will be delivered in October 2009 on the normal six-month Ubuntu cycle. It will be designated 9.10

hardy series Active Development
Latest milestones: hardy-langpack-updates
Bugs targeted: None
Blueprints targeted: None

Hardy is the second Long Term Support ("LTS") release of Ubuntu, with a strong emphasis on supportability for long term deployments on both the desktop and the server.

Hardy will be delivered in April 2008 on the normal six-month Ubuntu cycle. It will be designated 8.04 LTS. There will be a scheduled point release (8.04.1) about three months after the initial release. For this LTS, Canonical will validate Hardy against a full portfolio of servers from major vendors, as well as running a certification program for ISVs.

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