This project is where new unsponsored feature requests for Access to Memory (AtoM) can be added.
How the Wishlist works
When features are sponsored, they will be copied to the main AtoM project, and marked verified in the Wishlist project. Developer discussion, quality assurance testing, and other related updates will be posted to the development ticket in the AtoM project.
The tested version tag can be used to keep track of when the feature was requested (e.g. which version of AtoM was most recent when the feature request came in)
The target version will only be applied before a ticket is verified (closed) and copied to the main AtoM project.
Questions? Post in our User Forum!
To create a new issue
If you can not find an existing issue ticket which describes your feature request, please create a new issue. To create an issue, you will need to register for an account:
- Click the 'Register' link in the top right of the page
- Fill out the required fields, and submit the request
Please note that it may take up to two business days for your new account request to be approved. We get a lot of spam account registrations, so if you haven't heard from us after that, feel free to email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
- Homepage: https://www.accesstomemory.org
Manager: Cole Maclean, Dan Gillean, Darren Craze, David Hume, David Juhasz, Evelyn McLellan, Hector Akamine, Jennifer Roberts, Jesús García Crespo, Joel Simpson, José Raddaoui Marín, Justin Simpson, Kelly Stewart, Kerry Campbell, Margo Pokorny, Michelle Curran, Miguel Angel Medinilla Luque, Mike Cantelon, Peter Van Garderen, Santiago Collazo, Sara Allain, Sarah Mason, Sarah Romkey, Steve Breker
Developer: Darren Craze, David Juhasz, Douglas Cerna, Jesús García Crespo, Joel Simpson, Mike Cantelon, Peter Van Garderen, Tessa Walsh
ClientQA: Kelly Stewart
Reporter: Evelyn McLellan, Kelly Stewart, Michelle Curran, Peter Van Garderen, Valerie Leveille