Roadmap

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Now

  • Improve quality of website documentation.
  • Reference sample applications for each platform
  • Add ReactiveUI to Microsoft Windows Template Studio
  • Improve contributor experience (pull-request reviews, issue triage, processes documented, work with visuals studio for mac product team and help them implement the features that are missing from their product)
  • Encourage users and contributors to pull-request the website docs / lift high quality discussions from Slack and turn them into documentation
  • Increase testing coverage, increase amount of platforms that are tested & implement daily builds on real physical devices on Azure DevOps.
  • Higher transparency into tasks using GitHub projects.
  • Cleanup our Github issue labels. Make it obvious to new contributors what tasks are friendly to them.
  • Automate Tweeting our core product release notifications.

Next

  • Release version 10, with .NET Core 3 support (with WPF/Winforms), and also removing ReactiveList support.
  • Get our bug count down to 0. Focusing on OpenCollective and regular contributors first.
  • Get our feature request down to 0. Focusing on OpenCollective and regular contributors first.
  • Investigate if we should be using Roslyn compile hooks or Fody for auto-property/OAPH functionality.
  • Investigate replacing whenAny family with a Fody based approach.
  • Benchmark everything, do a release focused on measuring allocations and reducing them