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Posted Tuesday, January 25, 2011 - Post #27440
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Is it possible to publish something like development plan to the future, like public TODO list?:-) For example I'd like to know if I can look forward to work with selections through hyperlinks. :-)

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Posted Tuesday, May 10, 2011 - Post #28340
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I join for this topic. It would be nice to know that new do you plan for us.
Posted Monday, August 1, 2011 - Post #28772
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I'd welcome it as well. Unfortunately not all companies all over the World thinks about it, even if it is great PR for them and for core users (for example this tool is very usefully used in game industry, like Development Diaries)...
Posted Sunday, September 25, 2011 - Post #29003
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So are there some plans for the future or no? Smile

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Posted Thursday, May 17, 2012 - Post #30145
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Still no plans for the future? Sad
Posted Friday, May 18, 2012 - Post #30146
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I've talk with Dan yesterday about GenoPro and future plan. He is well enthousiam to work on GenoPro, he is planning to get GenoPro fully unicode (UTF-8) with streaming technology to allow open bigger document and supporte all characters that cause problem.

To increase development speed, GenoPro will also drop support from Windows 95, 98, Me and NT4 and they are old operating system. People on those version won't get the new update. Windows XP will be the "base" for testing.
Posted Friday, May 18, 2012 - Post #30147
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The things you mention are obviously important to get right as they are the foundations of the project and if things are wrong here, or out of step with the OS, then there is trouble.
However you do not mention things of direct interest to the user. I would like to see database features such as dating of data entry, so you can track the history of the project.
Also we would like to know when the collaboration version (?Gamma?) will be available for testing. I have tried PhpGedView as the obvious alternative but would prefer to use GenoPro. There are other systems that could be used for collaborative research but they tend to tie you in to a commercial site with annual fees to keep up. Just hope GenoPro does not get left behind here.
Posted Monday, December 3, 2012 - Post #30963
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Hello, any news about new versions of Genopro?
Posted Tuesday, December 4, 2012 - Post #30965
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In the request for information, in addition to the collaboration version,
I would also add the unification of individuals duplicates.
In general, an information also small, on the near or distant future of GenoPro, it would be greatly appreciated.


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Se non porti almeno una soluzione, anche tu fai parte del problema" or "If you don't bring at least a solution, even you're a part of the problem"
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Is GenoPro dead project? No new version almost one year. It's time to search for another genealogy software.

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