I appreciate your link to the page how could I have missed it being posted about a week earlier... it sure helps shine some light on things but everything is obvious just using github. I figured out everything in this blog post before I even read it except some of the finer details which I could of guessed.
To be frank Michael, it is huge amount of info on one page. And when I boil down to what I am curious about it stops there. Secondly this information I am referring to probably should reside in the DNNDocs.com pages under platform development. The current list could just be updated as things need changed and put a link on the project homepage and then someone like me can find it. Last what I am curious about is what do the terms mean themselves by definition for example "Status: Ready for Development" . What does this mean exactly? Someone is developing it so don't worry about it.. or does it mean whenever you are ready go ahead and develop a solution, or does it mean it is ready for development project? Maybe this is already in DNN Docs so I need to do some more researching around or it is under development possibly as I am sure it will probably be in there with definitions. I know this is a continous work in progress. Just some feedback I suppose from someone on the outside looking in. Not a big deal I am just one of the many lone wolfs trying to understand and help where I can when I can...
Maybe this can help clear up my issue here. As well as a place here in the forums to discuss platform specific development, not just testing or modules. But core development. I would love to strike some conversations up with others like me trying to learn more about DNN open source platform code. I may be a novice compared to others but we are all stepping up the same staircase one step at a time. Everyone has their own pace to taking each step.
Thanks again for the link I appreciate the read that should help others understand why the change was made.