I won’t do that.
The list of stuff to do and work on varies week by week. We have a general overview of what we need and want to do, but depending on user feedback and other factors we change the plans.
Placing such features on the wiki could make the impression that we are for sure bringing a certain feature for next release, and that is not always true.
We had plans to do the MOD Labs part of the store in v1.10 for example, but plans had to be changed and realistically I am not seeing it happen this year anymore.
As another example, the MIDI loopback feature was never in our direct plans. When investigating something else, we found a good way to doing this feature without it consuming too much of our time, so we just went ahead with it.
I have in the wiki the release notes for v1.10.2 which for sure is happening.
The v1.11 features are mostly done, but we never know what challenges we suddenly have to face and might have to cut features (or replace them with something else).
This is all to say, we know where we want to go and things to do, but there are too many external variables so it almost never ends up exactly where we planned.
So, in my opinion, it is best to not lead into false promises.