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CumulusMX - TO DO List

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CumulusMX - TO DO List

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Mark: I notice in several of your posts you say this or that is on your to do list.

Do you make your to do list available anywhere?

Your locked post (with the topic name CumulusMX - Future development) might be where people would look. Alternatively, people might expect viewtopic.php?f=40&t=17889 to be updated since you took over development.

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Currently it is within a tool I use for logging and tracking them. I only recently started using this tool which is really a bug tracker (MantisBT).

I've added my immediate ToDo list to it, and am slowly going back through requests and suggestions and added them if appropriate/doable.

I add bug reports that need fixing to it as well. If I can be disciplined enough to use it rigorously then it should also track what goes into each release.

[MantisBT is PHP based and uses a backend database, so it may be possible to host it somewhere eventually. I think I'd keep it read-only, things can get messy very quickly if everyone could contribute to it, particularly as it isn't really set-up for feature requests.]

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