I would like to add more milestones to the compiler repo to better reflect what the maintainers consider high priority issues. We have “Approved”, but this is mainly a grab bag of things which people can implement if they want to.
- Intend to Implement: maintainers have expressed a good faith desire to see this feature through implementation and release. This may be through implementing it themselves or through mentorship. These should have a maintainer assigned. Some examples might be package awareness, ES6 modules, constraint kinds, existentials, or data kinds. These should be the first place to go to for those looking to see what might be landing in future PureScript releases.
- Inactive: There are many (many) tickets in the “Ideas” milestone that have not received any updates in many years. Some of them could potentially be useful, but the lack of activity shows that they are not a priority for users or maintainers. I would like to move more tickets to this milestone instead of closing them.
I’m also inclined to remove the
1.0 milestone, since we have not had a discussion about what that means or if it’s a near time or necessary goal. What are y’all’s thoughts?