Looks like you took a stab at updating the roadmap.  It looks a bit more accurate now, thanks!

I wonder if there is a tracker built into the Sourceforge project management that would for better management of "who is doing what", and what the current roadmap is.  I will poke around a bit to see, but I cannot remember coming across anything that is targeted for that type of information in the past.

Josh Juneau

On Sat, Sep 1, 2012 at 3:30 AM, Jeff Allen <> wrote:
On 01/09/2012 00:44, Josh Juneau wrote:
> You can always take a look at the Jython roadmap on the wiki as well.
"But that's woefully out of date!" I howled at the screen "It says we're
still working on v2.6, and doesn't even mention 2.7. And my work isn't
on it at all."
> I recommend posting what you are working on there so that everyone can see what is already being worked on.
Genius suggestion. It's a Wiki, after all.


Would this be the easiest way to keep a roadmap up to date? I think it
still requires a strong PM input to deconflict offers, enumerate what
been missed, and (most delicate) identify when a contributor has bitten
off more than they can chew.


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