I’d like to say thank you to WP Engineer for blogging about the WP Roadmap project. I’ve never done a very good job of publicizing, so getting external links of this sort is extremely helpful. Thank you Alex.
Since the site has gotten a healthy bump in traffic, I’d just like to request that if you find a flaw in the data set, encounter a bug, or have a feature request/idea, please contact me and tell me about it.
P.S. I know, I know. I really need to work on redesigning the site in order to 1) make it look nicer and 2) make using everything more smooth.
It’s hard to believe that I’ve had this site up for about eight months now. It’s even harder to believe how little attention I’ve given it.
I’m very sorry for that, so hopefully my efforts over the next few days will help make up for my lack of past performance. 🙂
Earlier today, I updated the WP-Roadmap to have datasets for 2.6-2.8. I’m also trying to finish up the code that I started way back when that will allow for automated inclusion of new releases as well as automatically run through trunk builds.
I’ve also identified a few missing elements. I’m working on getting the code updated to include those missing elements and will post an update as soon as I’ve rebuilt the data.
Happy coding. 🙂
Wow! I’m absolutely blown away! This site didn’t even exist until yesterday morning, and it received 286 hits on its first day. Thanks to everyone who has taken an interest about this project and started spreading the word.
Due to the overwhelming response, I’m going to work hard this weekend in order to give all of you as many of the features that I talked about as possible. I’ll also get both this site and the roadmap front-end site a face lift. No promises on beaty however as I’m a coder and not a designer.
Maybe I can even build some images from the data that compete with Andy Skelton’s. I still feel like he stole some of my thunder on that one . I guess I can’t complain too much as I received mention on his blog, for which I am very grateful and honored. 🙂