On Friday, June 20, 2003, at 04:33 PM, Jonas B.Nielsen wrote:
> Is there a public TODO list or a list of requested features, bugs (even
> though CamelBones seem VERY stable)?
There will be. One of the changes between the 0.2 release and the one
I'm currently working on is a massive re-organization of source files,
with the aim of making it easier to integrate other folks'
contributions. Along the same lines, I'll be including a TODO list of
items that I'd like to include in the next release, but haven't yet
gotten to - that would be a good starting point for folks who want to
Moving forward, I'm thinking of adopting the now-traditional even-odd
numbering scheme used by Linux, Perl, and other projects. Thus, 0.2
would be considered stable, with 0.3 being the development branch; once
everything on the TODO list for 0.3 is done, we'd do a feature freeze
and concentrate on debugging. When everyone's happy with its stability,
it would be blessed as 0.4, with development then moving to a 0.5 branch.
There are, in the mean time, a few bugs I'd like to fix in 0.2, so I may
take a bit of time to fix them and do a 0.2.1 release. I had hoped to do
a quick 0.3 release instead, but that obviously didn't happen.
"When the program is being tested, it is too late to make design
-- The Tao of Programming