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Half way through UDS

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Well, we are half way through the Ubuntu Developer Summit, and the week is going very, very well. We have been having some excellent, productive discussions, and are having a lot of fun in the evenings. This UDS has felt more complete, more organised and more productive, and the feedback seems to generally fit this.

I am not going to summarise the discussions quite yet, as we hope to do this when UDS is complete, but just on the community track we have been discussion bug jams, the example content showcase, upstream bug workflow, the LoCo council, communication, burnout, the Kubuntu council, the Ubuntu Java team, Brainstorm, local language teams, community marketing and more.

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