Comment: Remove "Release Checklist", it's linked to from "Developer Documentation" page now.
Reorganize a bit; de-list Soyuz; add a warning notice.
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| * [[Soyuz]] - PPAs, distro package management
| * [[Bugs]] - the bug tracker
* [[Code]] - version control
* [[Answers]] - knowledge base
* [[Blueprint]] - collaborative design
* [[API]] - accessing Launchpad programatically
* [[Translations]] - translating programs into multiple languages
Welcome to the Launchpad development wiki
Launchpad is a suite of tools that help people and teams to work together on free software.
[This wiki is still very much a work in progress. When this notice disappears, that means it's still a work in progress, just not so much in progress that it demands a notice.]
This wiki is where the Launchpad team develop feature specifications, process descriptions and documentation. It roughly follows the structure of Launchpad itself:
Foundations - everything that holds Launchpad together
Bugs - the bug tracker
Code - version control
Answers - knowledge base
Blueprint - collaborative design
API - accessing Launchpad programatically
Translations - translating programs into multiple languages
Registry - people, projects and teams
Hacking Launchpad - pages on the Launchpad development process
Note: the wiki is new and we're still moving information to it from other places.
Is this wiki for me? Yes, if you're a heavy user of Launchpad who wants to help shape its future - e.g. Ubuntu Core Dev, MOTU, or Launchpad developer.
I just want help using Launchpad: visit our help wiki to find the user guide and other help.