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What would you like to do? feature roadmap


  • aggregation of #ltnet tweets
  • aggregation of rss from the manually added url list
  • feedback button for suggestions and bug report
  • initial site design, ready for more features


  • content search
  • smart re-tweet aggregation
  • personalized tags filtering


  • Facebook authentication
  • ability to associate twitter & stack overflow accounts
  • ability to specify RSS url (with ltnet as a category)


  • sticky messages / announcements
  • upcoming (dotnetgroup) EventBrite events
  • aggregation of StackOverflow questions from the manually added account list


  • most popular / hot DotNetGroup feature requests
  • mobile/tablet friendly version of

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@dziedrius dziedrius commented Nov 22, 2011

I would suggest to go with post (tweet, rss) persistence as soon as possible, because of several reasons:
a) it would allow us to use more complex processing before posting them.
Let's say if we would like to change shortened urls in tweeter posts to real ones, we would need to make request to every single url in tweet post, to check if it does redirection. While it is possible to make that at run time, doing some fancy lazy replacement, it would be easier to do that before persisting and then just select posts needed to display from persistence.
May be use some mapping from original categories to dotnetgroup categories, like ITishnikai => Podcasts.
May be for some spam filters.
b) usually rss feeds contains only 10-20 latest posts, so we could keep them all.
c) it would be possible to attach comments/votes/etc. to posts, I mean content, that is generated on dotnetgroup site, also it would be used to bind several sources to single member (idea would be - my footprint on dotnetgroup site = my cv :).

I would move Facebook authentication/comments to second release, and move stackoverflow to third.
Also, I'm missing UI sketches (, that would be fastest way to communicate, where are we going.


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@sergejusb sergejusb commented Feb 24, 2012

Updated roadmap to reflect current state and some changes in priorities.

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