Sprint plans for Maestro?

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Maybe some one from Flex can comment .. but what the development plans for Maestro look like? Will it be part of SSDR or an independent product and dev cycle?

Of course I get some feature development relies on SSDR functionality but interested how this will run.

Perks of being a Programme Manager in apps development :)

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Simon ZL4PLM 
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Walt - KZ1F

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Simon, I believe that's covered by 'we don't do public roadmaps any more'.
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Hi Walt ..  no not WHAT is being developed ... but HOW .. is it dependant on SSDR cycles, or on its own dev cycle, ie split product - the WHAT is being developed is fine .. I am interested if it will only be updated as part of the SSDR release cycle ie 1.6 comes out and something is updated for Maestro or Maestro gets updates outside of the SSDR releases. That can't be too contentious to answer :) 
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My understanding is that Maestro runs the same GUI do I would infer follows the same scrum team sprint behavior. Case in point, with mine, gesturing is relevant on the android and iPhone but not on the desktop. Similarly, drag and drop is relevant on the desktop not so much on the android or iPhone. However there is but a single source.
Obviously I am not privy to FRS organizational structure. I've never seen that discussed except for Steve stating they transitioned to an Agile dev philosophy.
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We do know that SSDR runs on the Maestro and will or can replace the computer and run independently. I wonder how Maestro will be updated? 
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Maestro is the computer, embedded Windows OS, dedicated program, ssdr.
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It will be updated via the Internet automatically once you initiate an upgrade.