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20131101 irc meeting
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- Timeline for 1.1
- How to select goals for 1.1
- Common focus for 1.1? See also https://github.com/symfony-cmf/symfony-cmf/wiki/1.1-Ideas
Timeline for 1.1
- Decided to stick with the previous decision: one month after the core release. That means the feature freeze for 1.1 is end November and release will be end December
- Due to the short development phrase, decided the main focus for 1.1 should be bug fixes, testing improvements, finishing things we couldn't finish for 1.0 (such as phpcr-odm joins) and input from other users. 1.2 would be a release with big new features.
- Also decided to keep the versions of bundles more or less the same, to not confuse the users and to avoid problems with the documentation.
Besides the previous mentioned things, the following ideas/features will be finished this month (more things can be added if people assign them to it):
- dbu: bugfixes around admin, forms and phpcr, CreateBundle ORM support and maybe SyliusTaxonomyPhpcr support
- rmsint: integration SonataMediaBundle and maybe split MediaBundle to component + bundle
- WouterJ: db part of Testing and maybe ContentBundle ORM support
Working on features
- Decided to create 1.1 milestoned issues for the features, instead of editing a wiki page. http://cmf.davidbu.ch will be our new roadmap
- "Removal of integrations in "core" packages": disagreed, it will cause a headache for dependency management and maintance. Concluded to make it a low priority, especially because dantleech was not available.
- Speed improvements: logging to analyze speed problems; adding caching (e.g. ContentBundle + SonataCacheBundle). WouterJ is going benchmark the CMF using the Twig stopwatch tag.
- Decided to create a list on cmf.symfony.com which keeps track of the talks/workshops about the CMF.