Canonical Works Out Plans For RTM Version Of Ubuntu Phone
Developers are formalizing the processes to get a "release to manufacturing" version of the Ubuntu Phone software out to vendors in the months ahead.
Following a developer meeting in Malta, Colin Watson has laid out his plans for getting the Ubuntu Phone software stack and release processes into shape for getting an "RTM" version this current development cycle. The RTM version will likely be managed using the Launchpad "derived distribution" functionality, but some improvements are being made right now to allow this process to work smoothly.
Ubuntu fans and stakeholders can learn more about the Ubuntu Phone RTM plans via this ubuntu-release message.
So far BQ and Meizu are the only two companies we know of that plan to start shipping Ubuntu Phones in 2014.
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