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Rough development roadmap with main goals and milestones (subject to slippage or change at any developers whim) ;) You can help shape these plans by joining us in our IRC Channel, you are especially welcome to join us at one of our meetings.

See Mantis for the full list of bugs and feature requests

Contents

v3.9

Focus: Preview

Goal Progress
New menu and polish theme
52%
Track
Triggers revamp
75%
Track
User preferences
95%
Track
Working feedback system
82%
Track

Milestones

Milestone Schedule Actual
Initial Meeting 2011-01-09 2011-01-09
Feature freeze 2011-05-06 2011-05-06
Alpha 1 2011-09-10
Beta 1 freeze 2013
String freeze 2011-09-26
Final freeze 2011-10-10
Doc/i18n deadline 2011-10-14
Release 2011-10-15?

v4.0

Focus: Theme freshen up, code tidy, Basic open access & Interoperability

Goal Progress Tracking
Web services API
2%
Track
OO classes to support API
5%
Track
Basic Escalations
0%
Track
User/Contact Registration
5%
Track
Contractless support
0%
Track

Milestones

Milestone Schedule Actual
Initial Meeting 2010-02-20 2010-02-20
Feature freeze TBA
Beta 1 freeze TBA
String freeze TBA
Final freeze TBA
Doc/i18n deadline TBA
Release TBA

Upgrade/Development notes

v4.1

Focus: Open access, external escalations

Goal Progress Tracking
Complete plugin support and Plugins installer
1%
Track
Standardised form generation
1%
External escalations
0%
Improved open access
0%
Track
MySQL Abstraction
0%

Milestones

Milestone Schedule Actual
Initial Meeting
Feature freeze
Beta 1 freeze
String freeze
Final freeze
Doc/i18n deadline
Release November 2012 ?

v4.2

Focus: Reporting & Deleting

Goal Progress
More/More useful reports
0%
Deleting
0%

Milestones

Milestone Schedule Actual
Initial Meeting TBA
Feature freeze TBA
Beta 1 freeze TBA
String freeze TBA
Final freeze TBA
Doc/i18n deadline TBA
Release TBA (December 2012?)

See Also

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