The Base squad supports the other squads with shared modules, development tooling and hosting infrastructure across the board.
We continued to progress with the back-end rebuild and re-hosting of certification.ubuntu.com, which should be released next iteration.
We investigated ways to improve the performance of our blog implementations (most importantly ubuntu.com/blog). We will be releasing new versions of the blog module over the next few weeks which should bring significant improvements.
We’ve been working on a new section for the maas.io homepage about “Real world MAAS”, which will be released in the coming days. As MAAS is used at various enterprises of different scale we’re proving grouped curated content for three of the main audiences
UI settings updates
We’ve made a number of user experience updates to the settings page in the MAAS UI, including significant speed improvements to the Users page in conjunction with the work of moving the settings part of the application to React (from Django). We have completed the move of the General, Network, and Storage tabs, and have redesigned the experience for DHCP snippets and Scripts.