Ubuntu 16.10 Planning Will Take Place At UOS In May: What Do You Hope To See?
Written by Michael Larabel in Ubuntu on 3 February 2016 at 08:24 AM EST. 18 Comments
The dates for the next Ubuntu Online Summit have been finalized and will take place two weeks after the release of Ubuntu 16.04 LTS.

Daniel Holbach announced today that the next Ubuntu Online Summit is running from 3 to 5 May. This is when the early details for Ubuntu 16.10 will be discussed and ironed out.

What do you hope to see for Ubuntu 16.10? It will be the first release post-LTS for the Xenial Xerus and traditionally these releases have been bigger now being cleared from being close to an LTS milestone. Do you hope to see Mir and Unity 8 land on the desktop? The convergence dream fully realized? Switching from GCC to Clang as the default compiler? Really pushing Snappy hard on the desktop? Share with us your hopes and dreams for Ubuntu 16.10 by commenting on this article in our forums. Of course, when UOS does roll around in early May, you can expect to read about the interesting highlights on Phoronix.
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