Time flies! February is mostly behind us now and hopefully spring won’t take too long to show up in London.
In the last few weeks we’ve worked on:
- Ubuntu Resources: we’ve released a new iteration of the site this week — have a look and let us know your thoughts!
- MWC 2014: we’ve created a few homepage takeovers and updated the /phone and /tablet sections of www.ubuntu.com in preparation for this event
- Cape Town sprint: a few of us have been to the cloud sprint in South Africa earlier this month, where work focused on planning the next iterations of Juju
- Fenchurch: we’ve been improving the Fenchurch Juju charm
And we’re currently working on:
- Ubuntu Resources: we’ve already started working on the next iteration of the site, which should be released in just a few weeks — this time we’re focusing on medium screen sizes
- Ubuntu 14.04 release: we’ve started to go through the long list of updates to make the site ready for the upcoming release, mainly creating and updating image assets and copywriting
- Responsive ubuntu.com: we’re now moving full speed ahead, updating our front end framework, which powers www.ubuntu.com and other sites, to be mobile-first and responsive; a lot of the work in the next few weeks will be focused on creating new image assets and lots and lots of testing
- Fenchurch: we’ll be finalising Fenchurch’s Juju charm auto-updating
- Videos: we’re putting the final touches and testing the updated version of our web video player
- Juju: in the last few weeks we’ve released a new design for relationship lines and we’ve added local charm support — you can now import local charms into an environment using the import function or by dragging a YAML file from your computer onto the Juju canvas
Here are a few photos that Luca took of the week in Cape Town, where the sun was shining.
Some moments from Cape Town, earlier this month.
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