The application process is still tortuous
With a distinctly US flavour and rejection nothing but a form letter with no justification or advice. Won't be bothering again.
Canonical has finally pushed "go" on Ubuntu 22.04 LTS, making the Linux distribution generally available and a handy update for careful users still running 20.04 LTS. Ubuntu's last Long Term Support (LTS) edition was 2020's Focal Fossa (20.04), which will stay on standard support until April 2025 and eventually shuffle past …
Got it in one, I'd expect.
Ubuntu installer routine has been in the weeds to a greater or lesser extent since they turned away from Kickstart and/or Debian installer, and correspondingly dropped the regular (non-live) server install ISO.
I know folks have wrestled the new images and installer into some semblance of order for standard and automated / hands-off Kickstart-like server installs, but I hear it wasn't a straightforward effort.
Ubuntu's assortment of websites have always been a bit disjoint like that (eg, for docs, do you want the help site, or the docs site, or buried somewhere deep on the main site, …?), and, to be honest, that's often also the case for a lot of other distros (and other software) as well (not always intended as a criticism: projects relying on volunteer effort can only expect so much of people's spare time).
Often a sign that some team, or some one person, sets up a site using the best (in their opinion) document authoring software available to them at that point in time, another team later makes a different choice, and then it becomes too hard or time consuming to move/update everything into one place…
(And, ugh, they're using Discourse now (Yet Another Docs Site?)? Now, I do really like the Stack Exchange Q&A setup, but Discourse just seems like unnecessary heavyweight (and confusing) complexity for no good reason, and it just doesn't "work" for me as a forum/discussion system - 'shortcut' hyperlinks skipping all over the place, expand/collapse, etc, and you're never sure if you're missing important parts of the discussion if you use these…)
(And don't speak to me about (some) projects which automagically rebuild their doc sites from markup source (not necessarily a bad thing), and break all existing internal and external links while doing so …yes, Conda, I am glaring at you in particular!)