Current roadmap

The following is an approximate roadmap for the major features that we hope to support in Noda Time. Some of this roadmap is inspired by Noda Time's current limitations.

If there's something not mentioned here that you feel should be on this roadmap, then please either raise an issue or post on the mailing list.

This roadmap was last updated on 2017-03-31.


Migration-enabling release, deprecated members in 1.3 that are not in 2.0, and introducing the 2.0-compatible equivalents.


  • Deconstruction methods to work neatly with C# 7
  • Possibly more calendars (Fiscal, Wondrous, 360-day)
  • More convenience properties

Unscheduled features and issues which we hope to address at some point

  • Support month name parsing/formatting for the Hebrew calendar using CultureInfo
  • Ethiopian calendars
  • More code analysis using Roslyn (e.g. check that all non-nullable parameters are validated)

Separate CLDR project

  • Formatting (probably not parsing) using CLDR data for month names, Unicode pattern symbols, possibly non-ASCII numbers.
  • CLDR time zone information (e.g. sample cities to display to users)