[keycloak-dev] thoughts on 1.2->1.3 releases
bburke at redhat.com
Tue Apr 7 09:06:30 EDT 2015
Do we need a Keycloak SAML client adapter?
On 4/7/2015 8:41 AM, Stian Thorgersen wrote:
> Makes sense, we have a limited amount of time for 1.2 though. Maybe we'll need to do a 1.3 feature release, then focus on refactoring for 1.4?
> For 1.2 here's my list for features:
> Yes, please
> * Unify app and clients (KEYCLOAK-1187 Stian)
> * Persist client grants (KEYCLOAK-1070 Marek)
> * View/manage client grants in account management (KEYCLOAK-1070 Marek)
> * View available clients in account management (KEYCLOAK-1070 Marek)
> * Remove PL dependencies - SAML (KEYCLOAK-1006 Bill)
> * Remove PL dependencies - LDAP (KEYCLOAK-1007 Marek)
> * Identity brokering mapping (KEYCLOAK-1097 Bill)
> * Identity brokering - improve token store and retrieval (KEYCLOAK-992)
> If time
> * Introduce KeycloakContext (KEYCLOAK-1109 Stian)
> * Dynamic client registration (KEYCLOAK-684)
> * Auth SPI (KEYCLOAK-369)
> * Required actions SPI - related to Auth SPI, maybe even same SPI?!? (KEYCLOAK-1188)
> * OpenID Certification - ongoing (KEYCLOAK-524)
> * LDAP enhancements (KEYCLOAK-886)
> * PatternFly/RCUE enhancements (KEYCLOAK-887 Stian)
> ----- Original Message -----
>> From: "Bill Burke" <bburke at redhat.com>
>> To: keycloak-dev at lists.jboss.org
>> Sent: Tuesday, 7 April, 2015 2:22:18 PM
>> Subject: [keycloak-dev] thoughts on 1.2->1.3 releases
>> I was thinking that we would cram as many features we can into the 1.2
>> release, then for 1.3 really focus on:
>> * refactoring the SPIs
>> * refactoring the UIs. Reorganizing them, consolidating them, thinking
>> of good defaults. Think about any features we can remove to simplify things
>> * Break out the Public and Private apis
>> * Talk about "config profiles", i.e. Default application templates, and
>> stuff like that.
>> * Improving the "Hello World" experience.
>> Really focus on usability, simplification, documentation, examples, etc.
>> Take a step back and really think about how to make Keycloak easier to
>> use and consume.
>> Bill Burke
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