Daniel Holbach has written to the development mailing list with these "what I like least in Ubuntu" items.
Among the items voiced by these potential Ubuntu developers is that the development process has top-down decisions and too much bureaucracy, the review process is slow, the short Ubuntu release cycle brings many bugs/regressions, there's poorly tested software included in Ubuntu, and even PulseAudio problems. Below is the published list in full.
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= Development Processes = (4) review process: - too slow (2) - reviewers should go the extra mile (be more humane) - there should be more peer review (2) developer application docs: - too complicated, - unclear expectations (1) SRU process (1) missing mentoring programme (1) top-down decisions (1) bureaucracy = QA = (3) release cycle: - short release cycle brings in many regressions/bugs often, (2) - changes in LTS cycle too agressive (2) bug triage: - too hasty - so many bugs, can't give bugs the attention they deserve (1) poorly tested software is in the archive = Development Workflow = (3) peers not trying to get stuff into Debian (1) shortcomings of UDD = Software = (1) Qt translations not in LP(?) (1) U-boot binaries for each supported OMAP3 board (1) shortcomings of Java in Debian/Ubuntu (1) can't use Magic Mouse fully (1) the lack or backwardness of C# bindings (1) PulseAudio problems (in the process of being fixed) (1) package maintenance of claws = Other = (1) Virtually no community involvement or development into Ubuntu backend infrastructure(?)