Documentation & Wiki Team Roadmap for Trusty
Ubuntu GNOME Documentation & Wiki Team needs to have a clear plan/vision (AKA Roadmap) for Trusty Tahr Cycle
This blueprint to discuss all the possible suggestions/ideas for a roadmap for this sub-team
- Set clear goals
- Set clear tasks
- Define the roles of each member
- Assign task for each member
And so on
HOWTO Edit White Board
[amjjawad - Roadmap Proposal]
0- To Keep and eye and make sure to ALWAYS Update: https:/
1- TO-DO for this cycle (Trusty Tahr):
d- Make sure the Wiki Area is up-to-date as always: https:/
2- We need to Recruit More Contributors.
3- I need at least 'two' members to step in for the position of Ubuntu GNOME Wiki and Docs Administrators to handle these tasks:
a- cover my absence for whatever reason.
b- recruit more contributors.
c- continue to work on the Wiki Area and maintain it.
d- Launchpad administration work: accept members, etc.
In short, each sub-team needs a backup to cover the absence of the Team Leader of that team + to help him in order not to burn out. This eventually will help to develop a great healthy and friendly environment based on 'Team Work' which is our highest priority and forever target.
4- Discuss (in a meeting OR on the mailing list) all the above + other 'possible' suggestion as far as the time allows.
Note: I strongly and highly recommend a Google+ Hangout Session which can be also recorded so everyone can watch and learn more.
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These are my suggestions for the roadmap of Ubuntu GNOME Documentation Team :)
+1 = Agree
0 = don't know/not sure/don't want to vote
-1 = Disagree
Feel Free to Edit the Whiteboard with any comment in mind :)
[inivanoff1, 23.12.2013] +1
[jamesvorder] Another thing that has a place in our roadmap is establishing a presence on help.ubuntu.
[kashkarimi] +1 definitely agree about hangout session
[amjjawad] [RE: jamesvorder] For Trusty Cycle, no further actions to be done on our Wiki Area except what we have agreed on - please see the Work Items - and if we are talking about: https:/
[amjjawad] Hi, unless you guys have anything in mind (I do have something that I will share with you soon), I think I will mark this one as 'implemented' and by this, The Wiki Team is going to be the very first Sub-Team of Ubuntu GNOME who finished everything :D this is really great. Well done everyone and thank you so much for everything!
[amjjawad] Hi, this is the wrap up report for Ubuntu GNOME Wiki & Docs Team for Trusty Tahr Cycle:
Again, thank you Ivan and thank you James :D you both are amazing!
(Deadline - 1) To finish everything before 20-3-2014 - https:/
(Deadline - 2) Email sent - https:/
(1-a-1) Separate Basic and Advanced how to sections: DONE
(1-a-2) Complete - https:/
***(1-b-1)*** Create Terminal use page -- to be discussed after TT Cycle : POSTPONED
(1-b-2) Complete - https:/
(1-c-1) Expand Installation page: DONE
(1-c-2) Complete - https:/
(1-d-1) Complete - https:/
(1-d-2) Complete - https:/
***(2)*** Recruit MORE Active Wiki Contributor : POSTPONED
(3) Both https:/
(4-a) Meet on Google Hangouts - https:/
(4-b) Meet on Google Hangout - session 2 : INPROGRESS
(Other - 1) https:/
(Other -2) https:/
(Other -3) https:/
(Other - 4-a) https:/
(Other - 4-b) https:/
(Other - 4-c) https:/
(Other - 5-a) https:/
(Other -5-b) https:/
(Other - 5-c) https:/
(Other - 6) https:/
***** The Wrap Up Report for Trusty Tahr Cycle - http://
* Blueprints in grey have been implemented.