OneConf and the web

Registered by Jason Warner

having a lot of thoughts on what can be OneConf (even it the scope of the post is more than a cycle I guess), I gathered them on this blog posts:

Blueprint information

Not started
Sebastien Bacher
Didier Roche-Tolomelli
Didier Roche-Tolomelli
Series goal:
Proposed for raring
Not started
Milestone target:
milestone icon ubuntu-12.10-beta-2

Related branches



didrocks, 2012-09-13: retarging for the r series, hopefully we'll have time to tackle the server-side this time

Work for precise-alpha-2:
[mpt] clarify spec about how to remove a computer once it has been added: DONE
[didrocks] implement the remove a computer feature: DONE

-- notes 01-16-12:
no action queue, credentials copy as server side ( has been postponed by the ISD team.

-- notes 02-22-12:
postpostning the ubiquity integration: it's past feature freeze and nobody has time to integrate it on the platform team side :/

pitti, 2012-02-24: Moving this blueprint to Q, seems too late for precise now.


Work Items

Work items:
[mvo] add install all/remove all buttons for a remote list of items: POSTPONED
[mvo] abstract the treeview so that we don't tie to categories when building the OneConf view: POSTPONED
[elachuni] review current user profiles to see if it seems that the profiles feature seems justified (how many machines do people actually have?): DONE
[mpt] design and specify UI for queuing install/removal on another device: INPROGRESS
[elachuni] start to build the Web UI capability on the server side: TODO
[mpt] detailed design for the pending actions queue: TODO
[didrocks] implement ubiquity integration: POSTPONED
[didrocks] implementation of action queue itself: POSTPONED
[didrocks] copying the SSO token and oneconf configuration back at first setup: POSTPONED
[didrocks] talk to Ubuntu One folks about the possiblity of sharing app settings data in order to enable syncing settings, wallpapers, etc. to another machine or to an branch new install: DONE
[mpt] design and specify the system settings sharing feature: TODO

Dependency tree

* Blueprints in grey have been implemented.