Not all issues are bugs, some/many are feature requests or some clarifications. Some are not even really assessed (they might be invalid for newer versions or not even valid at all). Getting them assessed and the list cleaned up is something that I'd really like to happen.
In most cases the issues are not encountered and the ones that are encountered are assigned and being worked on. E.g. issues about stale object exceptions. So in general it is quite stable
Help is always welcome. I personally would like to spend more time in the code, but keeping all the users in this forum happy (well almost all the users ;-)) is also important. Maybe we should, as the often do at mozilla, organize a assessment day. Do you have any idea in what area you would like to help out.
Thanks. That helps. I figured that was the case, but needed to ask anyway.
I saw somewhere that the next major version would be out by August and a minor release will be sooner. Even so, it sounds like the current release will be sufficient for us to get started developing.
As for helping out, I'd like to help with the Core Engine. I know that doesn't narrow it down much. I'm fine tackling whatever.
Cool, I'll try informing Tom and see what is on the radar...
It would be *very* nice if someone could help out with the 3.2.x issues. As Ronald told help assess, prioritize and eventually implement them. Could you start a topic on the jbpm developer's forum for this?
Ok. I'll start a topic on "Design of JBoss jBPM" to discuss 3.2.x issue tracking.