First of all thank you for all of your feedback and support.
As it was already pointed out, these items are not new and they’re standard tools provided provided by use in part with the old platform or provided by our competitors, so all of the items below are part of our roadmap and are today in different stages of our process.
Please see below more details per specific request:
- “Bug Tracking”
- “Public feature request system”
- “Dedicated developer relations”
- “A robust, all-inclusive Wiki containing full documentation for each controller, device, feature, etc.”
We are trying to solve for all of these requests with tools that are interlinked and are updated in real time based on out put from our internal tools. We analysed and tested several tools
and we are leaning towards Service Desk from the Atlassian suite. This will allow us to track different types of arequests as well as search through documentation or roadmaps posted in a Confluence workspace.
One of the small setbacks of using this tool is that the users will have access to their own tickets rather than seeing all tickets posted by all users. We’re working on solution for this.
- An app store for publishing and installing plugins.
I think it’s safe to say that the appstore we have for the old platform is severly outdated so the plan is to invest a lot of time in building a whole new app store with a lot of new features we’re missing today.
We will soon get started on this initiative and will be able to provide at leas a high level estimate of when this will be available.
- Public plugin architecture road map
- Development roadmap
We will include in the Confluence workspace a high level version of the roadmap, so users can check it before submitting a new feature request.