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== Git support ==
 
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* Git support on Node.js server
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The Orion Java server was always intended as a demo server and not something that scales up to very large scale demand. The current server is able to handle the load on orionhub where there are 5-10K accounts and no more than 100 concurrent users. We need to investigate and start working on what is required to make this a truly scalable server. For more details see [[Orion/Plan/3.0/Server scalability]].
  
 
== Others? ==
 
== Others? ==

Latest revision as of 10:34, 4 April 2013

Contents

[edit] Introduction

This document is a place to brainstorm about what we want to do in Release 3.0

The official plan document is here.

[edit] Themes

Most of the work in Orion should fall under some agreed upon themes for the release. This is a working list of ideas. If some themes can be coalesced into others that is fine. To start this is a fairly large list which needs to be prioritized.

[edit] Language Tooling

  • Integration of Scripted content assist with Orion Node.js server (ongoing work from Cameron Mann UCOSP Student)

[edit] Consumability and User Experience

  • Further work on Projects support including RESTful APIs for consumers
  • Improved export from Orion including VMC support

[edit] Infrastructure

  • Node or NPM features from Orion Java server to facilitate Node.js app development

[edit] Git support

  • Git support on Node.js server

The Orion Java server was always intended as a demo server and not something that scales up to very large scale demand. The current server is able to handle the load on orionhub where there are 5-10K accounts and no more than 100 concurrent users. We need to investigate and start working on what is required to make this a truly scalable server. For more details see Orion/Plan/3.0/Server scalability.

[edit] Others?