To all users of RIDE:
Version 2.0b1 is out and ready for you to test (in Python 3 ).
The features are not yet closed, and we only have around 150 issues open (some since 2012).
The development is now having a good momentum, and so it is a good time to ask for more Features, but also to verify the existing, so interested users, should go to RIDE project and see Issues, and the Project pages. Vote or comment on Issues (if you have GitHub account).
Also the Wiki pages, can be updated.
Finally, if you have programming skills or would like to learn, please say so, maybe there are some developments you can help.
Best place to communicate is #ride channel on Slack.