UCLDC development work is staged as a series of releases and sprints. Releases are approximately quarterly; sprints are one week.
Code names are typical for Agile-managed projects, to reduce confusion in versioning. We have named our releases after UC campus mascots and nicknames.
|Release||Pages||Did you know?|
|Project planning (Summer 2013)||N/A|
|Aggie (Fall 2013)||The mascot for the UC Davis Aggies is a thoroughbred mustang named Gunrock (learn more).|
|Anteater (Winter 2014)||"Zot!"–the sound an anteater is imagined to make when attacking its prey--is UC Irvine's battle cry (learn more).|
|Banana Slug (Summer 2014)||When the UC Santa Cruz men's tennis team played in the NCAA championships, their t-shirts read: "Banana Slugs-No Known Predators" (learn more).|
|Bear (Fall 2014)||UC Berkeley used to have live bear cubs on the sidelines at football games (learn more).|
|Bobcat (Winter 2014)||A real bobcat became the official mascot for UC Merced after it was abandoned at the gate of the Applegate Zoo (learn more).|
|Bruin (January 2014)||A bruin is an old English word for the brown bear. Like UC Berkeley, UCLA used to have live bears on the football field (learn more).|
|Caduceus||Since UC San Francisco doesn't have a campus nickname, we took the liberty of inventing one.|
|Gaucho||Although a gaucho is an Argentine cowboy, "Gaucho Joe" is a fellow who in the 1980s ran around UC Santa Barbara basketball games, wearing "white jeans and a Batman muscle T-shirt, yelling like crazy" (learn more).|
|Highlander||(fun fact coming soon)|
|Triton||(fun fact coming soon)|