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Projects live in the TWiki.org community.

A project is different from a change tracked by the current system; it's a cooperative effort, mainly by non - CoreTeam developers, that is a lot more significant than a simple ChangeProposal. In some cases these projects may go nowhere. In others, they will be the next generation of TWiki capability.

Codev doesn't have any way to track such an effort, so in the interests of getting something started, here's a list of currently live projects.

Our recently-adopted branching methodology is used to give projects a space to work in; we are hoping to be able to have a live demo environment for each of these projects as well.

  • There are no non-core projects that have declared at the moment. We are all focused on the next release!


If you have a live project not listed above, please add it to the list!

Personal Roadmaps

Besides the project listed above, some people has a list or queue of thing they want to experiment.

Results from Codev web retrieved at 04:08 (GMT)

Please create your personal roadmap Its one thing to have a point view of something you`d like seeing fixed, its another to comprehend the breadth of what`s possible...
Personal roadmap for AntonioTerceiro Internationalisation for Dakar integrate I18N support internationalise most important templates and...
Personal Roadmap for Colas Nahaboo Use cases Personal, public: redo my (old) public html pages web site as a TWiki one. See http://colas.nahaboo.net...
Declarations I have a commercial interest in TWiki, insofar as I run a consulting business that provides services (mainly research and development) to TWiki users...
Personal Roadmap for GilmarSantosJr TWiki Standalone project I started it as my undergraduation conclusion project. My goal is to enhance performance and decrease...
TWiki Ideas Not yet sorted just things that I find interesting. I wrote the first version almost ten years ago and almost forgot that it existed... As of now...
Ideas i`d like to pick up on in the near future Contributors: KoenMartens 22 Aug 2007 Discussion
Personal Roadmap for Martin Cleaver Summary Martin`s thoughts, as they occur to him. The journey to date A collaborative, not core team effort By BeijingRelease...
Personal Roadmap for Martin Seibert Who am I? My Name is Martin Seibert. I am 29 years old and CEO in a German internet agency called with about 65 employees . I...
I`ve given up on my more ambitious goals, now that I know the reality of the current code base. So here are my (sadly minimal) set of goals now: Speed things up Not...
Personal Roadmap for Peter Thoeny The last few weeks have shown that not everybody bought into the idea of working towards a win/win/win for community/users/sponsors...
PersonalRoadmapForRafaelAlvarez So many things to do, so little time :) This is the list of the things I want to work at some point in the near future, in order:...
Personal Roadmap for Robert Bagwill make TWiki RESTful Contributors: RobertBagwill 13 Feb 2007 Discussion Have a look at REST . ArthurClemens...
PersonalRoadmapForSvenDowideit Wow, this topic is old. I should update it more often. My goal is to be an obvious and significant resource in the development of the...
Contributors: TravisBarker Discussion Goals: See TWikiApp Framework developed Guide Development of TWikEcommerceApp (among other Apps to be named later) using new...
Ongoing TWiki Work Dakar Release email plugin authors, asking to review changes? are they still using twiki? are they still developing for twiki? etc....


This page is good. Question: how should one mark an Extension-in-development?

-- MartinCleaver - 31 Oct 2004

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