Feature Requests

Process

  • The feature proposal process flow is described in the release process
  • We have a special 14-days rule which is good to be familiar with
  • You do not have to have a committed developer to get a proposal discussed but it cannot be accepted and obviously not implemented either unless a developer steps in and commits to implement the proposal.

Submit new feature request

Please start a new topic for each feature request.
  • Please scan over the existing feature requests to see if it has been requested already.
  • NOTE: you might want to make yourself familiar with our Acceptance/Rejection Process of new features.
  • If you are including code to implement features, thanks for contributing to Foswiki's development! Please see the PatchGuidelines to make your patch easier to apply.
Page name: Example: SupportMySQL (use a WikiWord)
Page title: Example: It would be really neat if you could store content in MySQL
Motivation: Reasons why this feature is needed, and why it is suitable for adding to the next release of Foswiki
Description: Enter a relatively short summary of the request
  Your request is submitted after you Create, Preview and Save the page.

Currently open feature requests

The topic FeatureProposals gives a good overview over all feature requests raised since release 1.0.0 and is also used for next releases.

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Topic revision: r16 - 12 Jul 2015, GeorgeClark - This page was cached on 15 Feb 2017 - 17:06.

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