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The person implementing the feature, or even just pushing it forwards, would be 
the ideal person to make a note on that list to let people know of progress.  
Perhaps some sort of clickable progress-bar or a tick-box?
Regards from
Tom :)

From: Marc Paré <>
Sent: Tue, 4 January, 2011 6:42:19
Subject: [libreoffice-marketing] Re: [OT] Where's the product roadmap?

Le 2011-01-04 01:06, Sophie Gautier a écrit :

If it can help, for the features list, I've ask that an issue is open
each time a new feature is implemented, so I think we'll find a special
tag on BZ, then we can retrieve a the new features very quickly and more
often than now, where it only happens long after feature freeze.
Also, I'll try to add details for the l10n/doc/marketing projects.

So we should be able to have the beginning of the schedule (I'm going to
put the one for 3.3 online today), with the feature freeze date, l10n
hand off, etc, that should help to draw the roadmap for 3.4 and 3.x.
In any case, Cor, if you need help, don't hesitate to ping me.

Kind regards

Hi Sophie:

Thanks for doing this. I was going to ask on the dev list if there was some wasy 
to automate all of this so that when a feature is implemented, it would be sent 
to a file within the right category and dated. The less time we spend scanning 
the list by hand the better. I went through the weekly reports again today and 
thought that there must be a way to streamline the process.

I am not sure if this is possible. If it is, it would certainly make our jobs 
that much easier.



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