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== Launchpad Highlights ==
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||* [:FeatureHighlights:Launchpad 1.0 Feature Guide] - a quick guide to the most interesting features in Launchpad 1.0. This should be your first read!|
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|== Documentation ==||= Documentation =|
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|== Other resources ==||= Other resources =|
Launchpad is a tool for collaboration between different projects. It makes it easier for people who work on a variety of free software projects, in particular, to share information about bugs, features and translations. Launchpad is used by Ubuntu and other distributions for bug tracking, translations and release feature planning. It is also used by "upstream" projects in the same way, and it makes collaborating between all these projects very easy.
[:FeatureHighlights:Launchpad 1.0 Feature Guide] - a quick guide to the most interesting features in Launchpad 1.0. This should be your first read!
[:MaloneHighlights:Highlights of Bug Tracking in Launchpad]
[:CrossProjectBugTracking:Tracking bugs that affect multiple projects]
[:BlueprintHighlights:Highlights of Feature Planning in Launchpad]
Detailed documentation for [:BlueprintDocumentation:the feature planning tool] built into Launchpad, that lets you keep track of new features under development, who is responsible for them, how well-defined they are, when they are likely to land in your product, and where the code is that implements them.
How to [:UsingMaloneEmail:use email to interact with the bug tracker]. You can file bugs, and change the statuses of bugs as well as commenting on bugs, using only email.