Even though Ubuntu 13.10’s release is behind us, we always find ways to keep busy. Here are the highlights of the past four weeks.
In the last few weeks we’ve worked on:
- Ubuntu Resources alpha release: we’ve launched our first mobile-first project, currently in alpha
- Canonical website: Graham, Anthony and Karl have explored how we can keep using our style guide for the upcoming canonical.com redesign
- Juju GUI: a few of us have been to San Francisco for some intensive Juju work, bundles are now live and the masthead has been updated
- discourse.ubuntu.com: we’ve helped to add some Ubuntu style
- Community Appreciation Day: yesterday we’ve marked the occasion with a takeover on the frontpage of www.ubuntu.com
And we’re currently working on:
- Ubuntu Resources: we’re iterating on the current alpha release, improving the design and adding new features
- Canonical website: we’re currently exploring design directions and finalising the content for the site
- Juju GUI: we’re refining the bundle experience and interactions for the 14.04 release
- Fenchurch: we’ve been improving deployment scripts and asset deployment
- Live chat trial: we’ve been helping the sales team to test a live chat feature on www.ubuntu.com
We also welcomed a new member of the team: Felipe is the new Lead User Experience. And we’ve learned about Karl’s cage fighting past.
Have you got any questions or suggestions for us? Would you like to hear about any of these projects and tasks in more detail? Let us know your thoughts in the comments.