So while your list is a good “big picture” list of thoughts/features, it does not give context as to timing, nor does it cover what the community is asking for right now.
I proposed in post #24 - [Roadmap] Path to v9 - of the roadmap discussion some closer to home goals and v9 being much more about the underlying framework, e.g. upgrade to newer version of python.
Unfortunately, this kind of forum tool does not lend itself to something like developing a road map. I would assume there are some options of other tools, but I don’t know of any. Maybe that is what would be a good idea to move on with to help drive thoughts and consensus.
I will add your point in account module improvement.
This long term goad does not have any specific time line, but if one feature asked by many community member, then we can add bounty to speed up its development or anyone can contribute it in core product. The goal is so bring developer on one platform and stop them from
For short term goal, @Foundation is planing 3 Month goal and hiring some developer. so in that topic you can add sort term goal for v9.
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Also I think we should have a “project tasks from SOs”.
In Project we should have “task group/nested tasks” (not dependencies, this is a different concept) and milestones tasks
There are several issue in github with enhancements that could (or not ) enter in this list.
I know this is a very draft list, but as soon as it get more complete why not use the github tools project and milestones? Or at least create a new thread for each os this points to be discussed in detail.
I completely agree with that and afraid this will end up as a duplicate thread of [Roadmap] Path to v9. In my opinion we have some specific requirements here, so not really sure whether we could make use of any existing tools. An alternative approach would be to build an app and host it on https://erpnext.org/?. We will only list the
Top level requirements
Based on those three votes, we could come up with a priority number for all the roadmap items, which helps in prioritising them for appropriate releases. Perhaps some one good at programming could automatically import github issues with a new label ‘roadmap’, so that the app will be only used for prioritising the roadmap items. If this sounds like a good option, I am willing to spend some time, but note I have only started experimenting with erpnext…
I would like to see more direct integration with IOT platforms / devices etc.
Maybe we should add a decent nodejs rfid reader/writer library to frappe framework. I see many applications. controlling gates, lockers, tracking assets etc.
Another area would be Block chain transactions (Like Bitcoin ), sooner or later money will be all digital and mostly block chain. we need to be prepared to handle those transactions within erpnext. Maybe erpnext can be the first business software to do it. This might encourage adoptions in regions like South America, China, Korea where Block Chain based currencies are on an exponential rise.
Maybe that was due not not really getting what it is about.
If you @vivek are interested in this area maybe you’d be a good person to check explore this a bit mre diligent. I personally think we shouldn’t just let this opportunity got just because we may not quite get it and agree with you that it would be great to take some steps in the blockchain realm
And Dash seems to be quite interesting based on what I read because they seem to very community driven and they have an interesting decision making procedure (we may even learn from)
I am proposing github integration with a custom application, which we can host on erpnext foundation website. I spent some time today to build the application that pulls github issues(My suggestion is to pull specific items targeted with a ‘roadmap’ label) and allows capturing bounty and development support. Like
GitHub API doesn’t seem to capture the upvotes, so I had to resort to custom voting button. The code is available at https://github.com/sathishpy/EN-Roadmap. If it is going to be useful, I might be able to spend some more time on it.