Our product roadmap repo is where you can learn about the features we’re working on, the stage they’re in, and when we expect to bring them to you. It’s important for us to show a full picture of all of npm, so this roadmap includes roadmap items for every part of npm including the CLI, documentation, the registry, and the website. Head over to the roadmap project board to see what we’ve got planned for the next few months.
Our public feedback repo is where you can open a discussion to share suggestions for how the products should be improved and discuss those improvements with the community, including members of the npm product team. You don’t need to have a solution to the problem you are facing to kick off a discussion. We hope to foster productive and collaborative conversations, so please check out how to give good feedback if you want some guidance on how to start a successful discussion.
Once you kick off a discussion, the npm team will do our best to make an initial response within seven days. From there, we will work with you (and the entire community) to ensure we understand the current capabilities npm is missing and explore the space for potential solutions to your problem statement:
- If the npm team determines that we are going to prioritize a feature to solve the problem that you’ve identified, we will open an issue and track its development in the public roadmap.
- If the npm team determines not to pursue the problem that you have identified, we will open an issue describing our reasoning so our decisions can remain transparent.