Miro 4.0 status (roadmap)
- working on metadata support, device syncing, performance enhancements, extensions, streaming to other devices (ipad, ...), ...
- working on project infrastructure: wiki, nightlies, nightly runs of unit tests, ...
- continued working on metadata-related work
- working on a view menu for showing/hiding columns
- rewrote search code
- continuing to work on ui performance enhancements
- worked on pydaap
- worked on bonjour support--running into license issues
- mic was dead
- fixed a bunch of bugs
- got extensions mostly done
- planning to work on conversions-related bugs and looking into ditching flashscraper
Order of business:
- Windows bonjour library: Licensed under the Apache license. Looks like we can't compile it without a full version of Visual Studio. Need to figure out what to do here.
- database issues: there might be reentrant-related issues. Ben is going to check to make sure all database changes happen in the backend thread. Geoffrey is going to write up a bug about reentrant issues he's seeing in regards to signal handling. Ben and Geoffrey will continue researching this and we'll talk about it more next week.
- performance issues with Gtk TreeView: Ben and Kaz are going to look into this over the next week.
- extensions: Nick says he doesn't want any user-facing parts this time around, so I may just leave that portion as is. I sent out an email with where I'm at to the develop list. Is what I have ok so far? Are there any additional uses for extensions that we want to think about going forward? Is it ready to land?
- How much work do we think we have left for 4.0? People should write up bugs for all the things they're planning on doing for the 4.0 cycle so we have a good idea of where we're at.
- git master is in pretty heavy flux right now and because of that nightlies are pretty unstable--use them at your own risk. This will sort itself over time when there are fewer massive changes being made.
- PCF is looking to hire another Miro developer and a System Administrator. See the jobs page for more details.
- Miro is developed by a community of people including you! If you can't contribute your time and work, please consider contributing funding by donating. Your money goes directly to ongoing development of Miro and related projects. See http://pculture.org/about/ for more details on these projects.
- Did you know there's a Miro User Manual? If you haven't looked at it yet, it's worth taking a look at. You can find it at http://getmiro.com/userguide/.
Bugzilla stats for Miro for the last week:
- 24 bugs/feature-requests created
- 3 bugs marked WONTFIX
- 14 bugs marked FIXED
- 1 bugs marked WORKSFORME
- 3 bugs marked DUPLICATE
- 1 bugs marked INCOMPLETE