0.4 Release, The Plan

In my last post I talked about continuing my work on Processing.js. Since then I had the opportunity to meet with the other developers and project contributers in order to discuss the action plan. Before we start adding code, each of us will review the code that is already submitted/ added to our repository. The review will have 2 steps: a peer-review and a super-review. The peer review will be performed by my fellow students and the super-review will be performed by either F1LT3R or Corban. We also decided that functions that are not fully implemented because they are dependent on functions that are still outstanding (like my sphere) will be pushed back to a later release. We figure that there is no need of reviewing unfinished functions. Lastly, PImage has been taken out until F1LT3R can figure out how to structurally change the language in order to allow asynchronously image loading.

Here are the items I will be reviewing:

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