progress map - like the Mono project used to have

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progress map - like the Mono project used to have

Post by rosfanatic » Tue May 31, 2011 12:15 am

There may already be something along these lines, but would it be nice to have some kind of visual map showing what areas of reactos need more development, and include color coding to show the current state of progress on them? I remember when the Mono project had something similar, structures like a tree view of all the classes that needed implementation, and with percent complete and color codes showing overall state of each sub-branch. I found it intriguing to always check this map to see how various parts of the project were being progressed, and I think it was also pretty helpful with inspiring contributions etc. Just a thought I figured would put out there.
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Re: progress map - like the Mono project used to have

Post by Techno Mage » Tue May 31, 2011 11:45 am

I think someone asked for this before, but no one has the time to do it.
Someone would have to
A) Read all the source code, find all the hacks, notes, not implemented and maybe even understand what they are looking at.
B) Watch all the commit messages and update said document

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Re: progress map - like the Mono project used to have

Post by gabrielilardi » Tue May 31, 2011 12:04 pm

Not exactly a progress bar, but what you ask is more or less in the wiki:

Status section -> Current status, Missing Functionality, Versions, Roadmap

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Re: progress map - like the Mono project used to have

Post by rosfanatic » Fri Jun 03, 2011 10:30 pm

Yep that's always the problem, takes away productive time to try to keep it updated etc.
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