The approval process
A proposal goes through the approval process and enters different statuses. These are described below.
Once your proposal is submitted, it will initially be added to the list of proposals without status. Calenso regularly reviews new proposals that are added and will either schedule them immediately, put them to a community vote, or won't schedule them.
If a suggestion is worth considering, but not sure how many users will benefit from it, Calenso puts the suggestion to a vote. Then the community opinion is asked. If the number of votes exceeds a certain threshold, implementation is planned. However, if not enough votes are gathered, the proposal won't be scheduled for implementation.
Not planned at the moment
If a proposal cannot gather enough votes or is rejected by Calenso at the beginning, it gets the status "Currently not planned". With this status, the proposal will remain in the list, so that it is clear to the community that this feature will not be implemented.
If a proposal is already convincing with the submission, or has gathered enough votes in the community, Calenso will plan the implementation.
The proposal is currently being addressed by the developers and will be implemented soon.
The proposed feature has been successfully integrated into Calenso.