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The roadmap is supposed to be the coordination page where the Wikitravel community, in cooperation with the technical assistance of Internet Brands, can draw up the plans for the future expansion and development of Wikitravel.

Please note that this is not the page to report bugs - that is to be done on Tech requests.

Priority table

Please keep discussions about which issues and their priority on the talk page. The results of the discussions are to be entered in the table below.

Priority Issue Comment
1 Tech:Form-based editing of listings
2 Case 2 Note 2
3 Case 3 Note 3

Proposed, discussion still in progress


If you feel so inclined, please add a column under your username and number the following Feature Requests in terms of the order you think they should receive priority. If you think a feature request should be added to the nominations table, please feel free to add a row for it. Keep in mind that these nominations should be reserved for those feature requests that require work done by the technical support staff.

Feature Peter JP Jon DY Jim DLH Nick
Tech:Form-based editing of listings 1 1 1 10 4
Tech:ALL uploads go direct to shared 2 3 6
Tech:Interwiki links to shared 3 9 4
Tech:Move reverts auto-delete 4 3 4 10 3
Tech:ListingGeoData Script 5 2 2 1
Tech:IWBNI Links at the bottom of image showed all language links 6 7
Tech:Automatic cursor position on log in 7 11
Tech:Copy image descriptions from shared 8 2 2 8 2
mapping of items geo-coded in listings 1 3 (read on mobi) 9 1 (edit on mobi) 11 5

Peter's list of priorities seems sensible to me. Gorilla Jones 23:52, 25 March 2008 (EDT)

See also


In the interest of helping prioritize, I'd like to suggest that this page become the Category:Open feature requests equivalent of Top bugs. That is, people can nominate feature requests here and then vote on which they think are the most important (using the handy table above!). As discussed on the talk page Talk:Roadmap, fixing bugs will always get top priority, but knowing what features the community wants going forward is also important. Let me know what you think, and we can change some of the wording up top.JuCo 20:51, 25 March 2008 (EDT)