The Amazon Chime team would like to prioritize issues that are most useful for our developer community. We recommend you give us a thumbs-up to the features on our Project Board that look interesting to you.
Note: This Project Board is provided for informational purposes only. AWS does not commit to release any solution or feature described in the Project Board.
Here is what each of the different categories in the Project Board mean:
Tell Us What You Need: This is a list of feature requests that community members of Amazon Chime SDK have expressed their interest in. Features in this category have not yet been evaluated by the Amazon Chime SDK team.
Researching: We are considering it, but cannot commit if, or when, we will work on items in this list. This means we are evaluating the feature and how it might work, to determine whether it is something we may want to start working on. We may propose mitigations or alternative options (if they exist) and encourage our community members to also make suggestions that would interest the community.
We’re working on it: This is work in progress and we are evaluating design decisions or working through implementation, automation, testing, approvals, documentation and release mechanics. Items in this column may stay here for several months as we work through the implementation.
Shipped: This is a launched feature that is supported by AWS to be used in your production workloads. You will find links to the Amazon Chime SDK version containing this feature and any supporting documentation.
Choose this link to see projects that Amazon Chime is currently working on.
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