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Octane Tracking Issue #17234
The purpose of this issue is to provide an overall issue to track the status of the work necessary to ship the Octane Edition of Ember.js.
If anyone wants to work on any of the items in this list, please check in the #st-octane channel of our Discord chat first.
The following to-do list will be updated to include links to individual issues as they are created. The issues themselves will contain more details for each item on this list. We have roughly tried to give them some sort of priority order, but anticipate that most of the work can be done in parallel.
Finish What We Started (1 of 7)
As per the 2018 Roadmap, there is commitment and focus to finishing the things we've already started.
New RFCs to write (2 of 7)
RFC's to Review/FCP/Merge (3 of 7)
Implementation (4 of 7)
Documentation (5 of 7)
Stretch Goals (6 of 7)
These are items that have been de-scoped or were never originally planned, but are now being tracked as stretch goals.
PM Notes/Planning (7 of 7)
This was referenced
Nov 28, 2018
My reasoning for bringing this up recently is that a default blueprint that supports multiple programming models (i.e., a future default octane blueprint) may include extra cruft that a pure "classic" app or pure "octane" app doesn't need at all.
If we can validate that this is not a concern, I agree that this isn't very closely related to octane
imo, the octane blueprint, https://github.com/ember-cli/ember-octane-blueprint should be the ideal brand new / shiny app. I don't think the old programming model should be involved in the blueprint. :-\
@rwjblue we linked to the MU quest issue in the first section- "Finish What We Started" - is there more that you think we should track?
Personally, I wouldn't see
Let me know, if that would make a good addition or better postpone it to post-octane release or how I can help with that.
User story around feature flags and optional features, as it pertains to the octane blueprint