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Is There a Roadmap?
« on: November 13, 2007, 11:30:01 pm »
This forum is full of interesting feature requests. And it looks like "the end of November" is the target date for a new release. Which will reportedly upgrade Kubuntu to 7.10, MythTV to the latest version as of at earliest 10/07, and presumably all the patches made by sometime in November. Those changes alone will probably be quite a lot of good ones.

But is there an actual roadmap somewhere? Where new features are prioritized into expected upcoming milestones, with expected dates (or ranges, or offsets) assigned to them?


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Re: Is There a Roadmap?
« Reply #1 on: November 14, 2007, 11:03:43 am »
Well, there is kind of a roadmap at ;)
From my knowledge, the roadmap is like this:
The first issue is getting LinuxMCE build from scratch.
Hava a first comunity-release. (planned 0804)
Besides that, I consider Bugfixing and making existing functionality work is a major priority. That includes the secure private files with pin, mythtv-issues, and so on.
After that, I guess the developers willing to contribute will be the ones defining priorities. So feature wishes that come with an implementation are likely to be included first.
Besides that we will need maintainers for the different areas of linuxmce and master-maintainer, and stuff like that.

So my guess is that before a "real" feature-roadmap can be defined, we will need to do the base working first and then it depends on the developers choices.

You are welcome to contribute and work with the rest of us.

Best regards, Andreas