On Mon, Oct 17, 2016 at 11:23 AM, Jori Mäntysalo <jori.mantys...@uta.fi> wrote:
> On Mon, 17 Oct 2016, Erik Bray wrote:
>> Does Sage have *any* kind of roadmap planning?
> No.
> What kind of roadmap it could be? If some developers are interested in graph
> theory, how to make them to add more linear algebra code to Sage?

It doesn't necessarily need to be in terms of features (e.g. "this
release will contain graph theory updates only").  That's not how you
plan a release roadmap, especially not one that goes well out into the
future.  There are lots of ways to do this and there is no one right

I'm mostly just talking about a policy that generates a (rough)
release schedule.  Then if you have "some developers interested in
graph theory" if they have specific features they wish to work on you
can assign that work to an existing planned release.  If they don't
think they'll be able to finish the work, assuming it's not absolutely
critical it doesn't need to hold up the release and can be moved to
the next applicable release.

My point is, as it is I see no way to divine when or why a Sage
release is coming out.

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