Declined Feature Requests

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Declined feature requests. Out-of-scope feature suggestions that are not on the Kicksecure development roadmap.

This wiki chapter relates to feature requests that have been declined by developers. There are several reasons for a request to be declined; in general, an impartial assessment determines it is incompatible with either the current project priorities, goals and/or policies. The Community Feedback wiki entry provides additional context and factors influencing decision-making:

  • the number of existing, competing priorities and challenges to realize ambitious roadmap goals
  • an existing backlog of unresolved, unaddressed bugs and feature requests
  • limited development (human) resources
  • existing developer priorities
  • the time-intensiveness or complexity of proposed feature requests

In simple terms, declined feature requests are not on the Kicksecure roadmap and are unlikely to be considered in the future. This also means any voluntary contributions would be refused and Premium Support is unavailable for possible implementation.

Kicksecure community members should not be discouraged if a feature suggestion is declined. The Kicksecure project will always remain highly receptive to genuine feedback and suggested improvements from users. For around a decade Kicksecure has prospered from community input and every suggestion will continue to be noted and carefully considered.

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