First of all, I really like how this community forum works and the docs are structured. I’m missing two closely related things:
- A way to see where the project and the company is headed (i.e. a roadmap, even if it’s tentative and blurry).
- A way to see what you at the moment work on. E.g. if I have requested a feature that’s very important for me, how can I see if it will come next week, next month, never…? With open source projects this is commonly done with an issue tracker (otherwise a UserVoice forum for example).
We recently opened up the project communication of Hastlayer, a tool with very similar aims than ReconfigureIO but for .NET, in the open source way and e.g. added issues on GitHub. We’ll see how it will work but my general suggestion would be (what I personally as a user would like to see) to make the project’s state more visible for future matters (e.g. release notes are a way to do that, but those work for things already done).
What do you think?