We are one week away from Alpha 2, so right now you can see lots of developers trying to get as many things into Ubuntu Oneiric as possible: AirPrint, theme changes and loads of other stuff. After this milestone we will have only 4 weeks left until Feature Freeze at which stage most of the features should have have landed.
Oneiric development is in full swing and with Feature Freeze still 7 weeks away, most of the intrusive changes are landing in the development release as we speak. Alpha 2 will be released in two weeks which should be a great time to check out what's currently happening. As always: the status overview might give you an idea how each feature is progressing.
This week has been busy. Lots of bits and pieces are coming together in Oneiric and the status overview might give you an idea how each feature is progressing. If you look at the release schedule for Ubuntu 11.10 you can see that Oneiric is still in the development phase, where most of the heavy lifting is being done and where things are still broken. Still it's a great time to get involved and fix a few issues early on. Check out the last section of this post to find out how to get started.
Development of Oneiric (Ubuntu 11.10) is in full swing, we just got Alpha 1 out last week and here's the list of dates that are coming up in the next few weeks...