SIG is the abbreviation of Special Interest Group. In order to better manage and improve the workflow, the Ubuntu Kylin community is organized according to different SIGs. Therefore, before making community contributions, you need to find the SIG you are interested in.
1. All SIG groups in the Ubuntu Kylin community are open, and any person and organization can participate.
2. Each SIG group consists of the core members of the project: the project Owner, the maintainer (Maintainer), and the contributor (Conrtibutor). Major decisions in the group must be decided by more than 2/3 of the votes of all members and reported to the technical committee.
3. The types of affairs responsible between the SIG groups in the community are not allowed to overlap, and the type of affairs between the groups needs to be kept separate.
4. Meetings within each SIG group need to be held regularly.
Introduction: Coordinating and planning the release plan of the Ubuntu Kylin community version, coordinating various SIG groups, and completing the release work of the version.More
Introduction: Responsible for maintaining the package specifications of the Ubuntu Kylin community, maintaining public packages, and coordinating and deciding on package dependency issues in the community version release process.
Introduction: Responsible for the development and maintenance of the basic platform system functions of the Ubuntu Kylin community, including the CLA platform, the UKBS platform, the UKIF platform, and the UKCI platform.
Introduction: UKUI is a lightweight desktop environment based on Linux, adhering to the design concept of "friendly and easy to use, simple and easy" to provide users around the world with a more enjoyable interactive experience. This SIG group is mainly responsible for the planning, maintenance and upgrading of UKUI related software packages.
Introduce:Mainly responsible for the maintenance of the RISC-V open source software package. Release the RISC-V version of ukylin for software package construction and system construction.More