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This is the roadmap and brainstorm for development
- T world objects (collection of objects on the CDN that can build up an interesting world)
- T world scene (a useful starting point that is sufficiently complex to make me wander around it a bit when I join)
- B scripter GUI (improvements to interface)
- E Interaction menu (notes about UI that is easily accessible)
- B Chat interface (the most basic UI that's necessary to enable some sort of social interaction)
- E/J CDN support for aggregates (aggregates to real CDN rather than fake local SS cdn)
- B/E V8 closures (fix storage of functions in v8 to save closure as well as function text)
- T Object manager GUI (track your objects so you can get them back if they run away)
- P Music (ambient music of some sort because having no background music sucks)
- E/J CDN support for music (serve music files as well as meshes)
- Standardized (checked in) monit scripts
- Allocate nodes for space servers, public OHs
- Graphite for the public space
- Backups of OH data
- CSeg back in working order? Probably hasn't been tested in awhile, and we need to improve the way we manage the pool of available servers, i.e. make it truly dynamic.
- Repository for world-specific scripts (avatar script, anything we expect to be in there by default).
- Build a nice demo scene, large enough to require some exploration to see it all.
- Scripts for building into package (i.e. all the data required to support Sirikata URIs
- Get a few good, tested avatars on the CDN and get the default demo avatar to use these simple animations well
- Aggregate upload to real CDN
- Physics improvements -- get avatars on terrain working well
- Generate collision event messages for objects, maybe based on subscription request
- Click and drag's interaction with physics (and, more generally, scripting position and velocity while physics is on) (both space & object host).
- OAuth API support to enable aggregate upload
- Expose progressive meshes
- Progressive mesh loading
- Improve Emerson storage -- make it much easier to interface and get a persistent object
- Improve object manipulation interface (could be in deployment specific code, i.e. under Demo World)
- Object migration between OHs
- Fix closures/provide full snapshotting (timers/register handlers/etc)
- libmesh filters should not strip animations (eg. check if joints before collapsing two vertices).
- Playing multiple animations at once (blend/interpolation)
- Exposing physics collisions to Emerson.
- Fix Gui isolation
- Better OH connection failure handling
- Improvements to download planner -- has basic sanity checks (max objects, refuses to load too many textures, meshes, but we could do better planning/prioritization)
- Reduce Emerson memory usage
- Storage tutorial
- Sandbox tutorial
- Getting started with demo, maybe just update getting started for users since a lot of steps can be avoided when someone provides the configuration for you.
- Simple demo videos showing how to join and interact with the world/other users.
- Improve release builds -- get end-to-end scripts checked in and have someone new do a build.
Long-term Goals & Research
- Add audio support (purely OH-based to support, e.g. simple sound effects and local voice chat, then consider adding mixing support to the space server).
- Load balancing objects across object hosts
- Distributed physics -- extend physics to work with objects including boundaries
- Mesh/object aggregation
- New transport abstractions targeted at VWs (e.g. last reliable)