I'm fine with doing it either way, personally.triplus wrote: ↑Mon Mar 11, 2019 9:59 amP.S. As for the balloon commands status. Lets not nitpick shall we? Obviously NO feature was yet made available in FreeCAD 0.19, as the development cycle hasn't started yet. Therefore if it won't be there in a years time, when we do a release, it still can get removed in a few seconds. ATM it's more important to keep track of what is going on. Compared to doing nothing and rather discuss things for a few months. An image and a short description. This is what we are currently after. And we can have more in depth discussion after, when we will have something to discuss about.
It's really a question of posting features in the release notes that never end up getting merged vs trying to track them in this thread and on Mantis / git over the course of the release cycle. I don't have a system in place or presume to know what's right, and maybe it doesn't really matter that much.
I suspect features that reach the stage of the balloon command usually end up getting merged without too much difficulty, anyway.
Culling the release notes before the next release is probably going to be more easily managed - it's easier to get rid of notes than have to hunt for notes to add (assuming we're not inundated with features that never even get PR's). That said, watching a post here about a promising unmerged feature with a link to the discussion (as you've been doing) is probably equally manageable. I really don't have a strong opinion either way.