Learning The Basics - Cryptovoxels
According to lead developer Ben Nolan, the Cryptovoxels roadmap “exists mostly in my head, and in a bunch of github issues on the issue tracker“. Therefore, there is no solid plan or timeline outlining what is being worked on, and when it is expected to be completed.
Instead, Cryptovoxels has always had a more ad-hoc, reactive approach. The method seems to be fixing bugs when they occur, asking the community what improvements or features they would like to see, and then coding them in.
The closest Cryptovoxels has come to having a roadmpa, is this outdated post from June 2019. https://blog.cryptovoxels.com/2019/06/10/roadmap.html
A good way to follow progress and new releases is by following the official Cryptovoxels Twitter account.