The XWiki development process uses JIRA for listing all tasks to be implemented and all bugs to be fixed.

You'll find there the dates and versions planned for issues to be fixed and hence the XWiki roadmaps. There's also a release calendar listing all known dates for future releases. Please understand that these dates are often tentative since XWiki's development is open source and lots of committers/contributors are working in their free time on XWiki.

If you're interested to help out check the contributing page.

We're releasing several top level projects together and as such we've decided to have the same Roadmap page for all of them. Thus this page contains the roadmap for the following projects: XWiki Commons, XWiki Rendering and XWiki Platform.

General goals for all releases:

  • More tests
  • Better javadoc
  • More documentation on xwiki.org
  • Code cleanup/refactoring

Already implemented roadmaps can be found in the archives.

Note that all planned release dates are also entered in the Calendar on JIRA.

XWiki 11.x Cycle

Release dates for the 11.x Cycle:

  • 11.0: January 2019 accept
  • 11.1: February 2019 accept
  • 11.2: March 2019 accept
  • 11.3: April 2019 accept
  • 11.4: May 2019 accept
  • 11.5: June 2019 accept
  • 11.6: July 2019 accept
  • 11.7: August 2019 accept
  • 11.8: September 2019 accept
  • 11.9: October 2019 accept
  • 11.10: November 2019 cancel
  • 11.10.1 & 11.10.2: December 2019 cancel

XWiki 11.10

  • Finish "Ability to easily export only content from the XWiki Administration - Marius
  • Video macro as default in XWiki - Marius
    • Need to decide how to do it for the least maintenance
    • Also need to decide if we continue to bundle contrib extensions (Vincent: not my preference)
  • Configurable Class should support page level configurations - Marius
  • Main work: Bug fixes and stabilize the cycle - All
  • Improve the DW extensions step to make easier to upgrade from current LTS - Thomas

Dates

  • 11.10RC1: 18th of November 2019
  • 11.10 Final: 25th of November 2019
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Created by Thomas Mortagne on 2012/12/20
   

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