It must be my Project Management background, so rest assured I do not want to step on anyones toes ...... I see a lot of motivated contributors / developers for ISPConfig. But the activities seem to be scattered and little alignment is done. Thus, it sometimes happens person A is working on feature B, but that's also impacting Person C working on other elements of feature B. Till has created a short roadmap here, but that mainly focuses on the 2.3 dev branch. For the 2.2 stable branch a lot less is defined, although the majority of effort seems to be put in 2.2 improvements. As a sidenote: on Sourceforge, I only see a rather old upload of the 2.3.1 branch. I couldn't find a way to get anonymous read access to the SVN, which would show me the contents. In fact, for anonymous readers, the tree structure appears to be empty. Anyway, I'd like to make the suggestion to create some type of tasklist. See OSCommerce for an example, but Sourceforge also supports tasks. Maybe that can be used? It think it would align our efforts and it would give some kind of insight which feature requests is being worked on and by whom. There are 26 developers allowed to work on this great panel. And I believe 26 individuals could benefit from a bit of guidance Mind you, I don't want to add timescales to the task list. This is Open Source, right? Anyone like to comment?