Ubuntu brainstorm is a new site for Ubuntu fans to vote on which issues should have the highest priority. Everybody is free to register and submit ideas. Then, one can vote on every entry, either adding or subtracting a vote.
The site closely resembles Dell’s IdeaStorm, which incidentally contains a fair share of Ubuntu-related entries itself.
In my opinion, Ubuntu brainstorm is a great addition to classic bug-tracking and specifications, providing a good way to measure the interest in certain features of the Ubuntu community at large. Especially users who aren’t comfortable with diving into Launchpad or other more technical ways will now have the option to make their voice heard with a convenient and easy website.
So go ahead, visit Ubuntu brainstorm, start submitting your ideas and vote on existing ones.