The current release of Joola is 0.9.0. The planned roadmap for Joola is divided into two:
- Short term: a series of planned releases - adding specific, mostly incremental features, tweaks and bug fixes to the core platform
- Longer term: an approximate schedule for new components and capabilities - setting out priorities and approximate timings for all-new Joola components and other ambitious new developments
We discuss each of these in turn below.
Short-term: planned releases
In this section we list out the series of 'point' releases (0.x, 0.y etc) that we have planned. This list is accurate as of early March 2014 - but we always recommend browsing the list of Open Milestones on our main GitHub repository.
Warning: we may change this schedule as new priorities are identified and the community feedsback on our current plans. If you are particularly interested in a given task being completed per schedule (or even accelerated), please 'vote' for the ticket by leaving a "+1" comment or similar on the relevant ticket.
The planned releases are as follows:
|0.10||See GitHub||Realtime analytics and complete the grid dispatch and hot swap caching|
|0.12||See GitHub||Add data source connectors and additional visualizations, UI features|
|0.14||See GitHub||New features|
Longer-term: approximate schedule
In this section we set out an approximate map of the new components and capabilities we want to add to joola, segmented by sub-system and by time (aka priority).
Warning: this schedule is approximate, and the items on it are subject to change. If you are interested in a specific functionality listed here, feel free to Contact us to find out more about its likely path-to-release.
The longer-term schedule of major developments is approximately as follows: