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From Anis KADRI <anis.ka...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Roadmap for next few weeks - March Edition
Date Mon, 21 Mar 2016 18:23:02 GMT
Hi,

I just want to say that I like the idea of appium support for better test
coverage. I might be able to assist with that too.

-a

On Sun, Mar 20, 2016 at 11:24 PM Parashuram N <panarasi@microsoft.com>
wrote:

> During the last Cordova face to face meeting in Oct 2015, one of the
> agenda items was to talk about defining a roadmap for Cordova. Till we have
> a formal roadmap for the project, I thought it would be interesting to let
> the mailing list know about what we, at Microsoft, plan to work on, for the
> next few weeks.
> We generally are looking to pick up “themes” that would make Apache
> Cordova better. If these areas sound interesting to you, please do join us
> and we could divide up the tasks. If you still an early contributor and are
> looking for an area to pick up, we could help there too !!
>
>
> Past 4 weeks –
>
> Last year, we had put out a survey on the Cordova website, asking people
> for inputs on where we could improve Cordova. A lot of folks said that
> Cordova documentation should be improved and that is what we worked on,
> during the last month. We helped with validating the documentation content
> and removing incorrect content. We also had a good discussion on the
> mailing list and now have a much better organization of our documents. I
> hope that this push would make Cordova easier to use and understand.
>
> Next 4 weeks -
>
> We would like to add better syntax highlighting to our documentation and
> continue working on refining the styling and general UI of the
> documentation.
> Another area that we see a lot of our users talk about is bugs in plugins.
> Over the next few weeks, we plan to focus our efforts on bugs. The
> Splashscreen plugin, camera and file plugins are pretty popular and we
> would like to triage and fix important JIRA bugs for those plugins. We
> would also want to add appium support for better test coverage and improve
> paramedic for CI and plugin user testing.
> We are also exploring ideas on improving our test coverage on cordova-lib
> and the platforms to prevent regressions.
>
> --
>
> If you think that this information is interesting, please respond to this
> thread and I can continue sending regular updates. Would be even more
> awesome if you have plans on working on a specific area and can reply to
> this thread.
> Finally, if you think that there are other areas we can contribute to,
> please speak up, and we could help out with those too.
>

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