Find out what the Safing team is currently working on. This is a compact overview of bigger tasks grouped by projects.
Now that Portmaster has matured and stabilized over the years, as well as gained tons of features, we are getting ready to move out of the "Alpha" stage.
Add an additional layer of protection to the update framework by cryptographically signing all resources it distributes.
Now that community nodes are fully supported, make it easy for contributors to get started by creating good documentation. Reach out to first contributors so we get a good base of community nodes.
Since we will be moving out of "Alpha", tackle dark mode for the website to then be able to show the big update.
With version 1.0, the new "Supporter" tier will become available. Make it possible for customers to chose between the different tiers.
Describe how Portmaster updates itself in more detail. What is the purpose of each resource? How do we protect your privacy in the process?
Being in progress does not imply the project will be completed soon. Plenty will take a while a few might even get discarded. Read the progress and release blog posts to follow the development and conclusion of every project.
The integration of Portmaster on Windows has a few areas it can be improved upon. Refactor the kernel extension, try to improve speeds and make the overall experience on Windows smoother.
The SPN interface in Portmaster was a quick first implementation. Now that the SPN has been out a few months, re-imagine the interface and make it easy to see and configure the SPN in action.
Fire up additional servers to increase speeds as well as covering new areas. Talk with trusted entities who would want to contribute to the network in order to further strengthen the SPN.
Create guides for Portmaster to help new users find and configure the settings they might need.
We have plans and ideas for years to come. We will never be "done" but always evolve and progress. I'm sure you have cool ideas for us too! Take a look what we already plan on doing in the longer run.Explore the backlog