A few days ago Ubuntu 20.10 announced the release cycle, and now the daily build version can be downloaded and tested. Ubuntu 20.10 code-named Groovy Gorilla, the release of the daily build version is actually an important milestone in the development cycle. From now until the stable release of Ubuntu 20.10 in October, the new ISO image files are built almost every day. The image will be iterated to the official version.
Testers and pre-emptive developers can install the current daily build image and use it as a rolling release, and experience all Ubuntu 20.10 updates before they reach the final official version. In theory, once the daily build of the Current is installed, you can continue to install updates until it is released.
According to the currently released draft of the release cycle, the test week starts on July 2 and there will be feature freezes in August. In October, Beta/RC releases, kernel, and feature freezes will be intensive, and finally, they will be officially released on October 22 Ubuntu 20.10.