This took a long time to compile but the goal is to make it easy for people to see what changes happened since the last recurring topic (similarly to @Bauke's "Tildes issue log"), I plan to do...
This took a long time to compile but the goal is to make it easy for people to see what changes happened since the last recurring topic (similarly to @Bauke's "Tildes issue log"), I plan to do this monthly since I think things will probably calm down a bit.
I won't mention minor changes such as design changes or typos to keep this still readable, I hope you understand. I also took the liberty to combine certain commits to make it more compact.
I'd like to allow for conversation and cooperation in the wikis this way since people can discuss changes they plan to do here with others before they reach and someone wishes to have their explanations which might appear rude so please discuss your changes here before doing them so you can see what other people think of your changes (and probably help too!).
(Please message me directly if you see mistakes as to avoid potential noise)
- Tildes wiki comes out
- @deing imports most (if not all) of the unofficial wiki's resources
- @lionirdeadman added IceCat, Wire and Rocket.Chat in
- @synergy-unsterile added week#20 to
- @cadadr creates
~books/reading_listto add listings of what people read
- @Kelsier created
~music/discover_new_musicto list websites where you can discover new music
- @Whom added links, review and journalism section, databases to
- @cfabbro added Youtube sources to
- @Whom created
~anime/useful_linksto link to streaming services, manga services, tracking sites, news, reviews and others
- @lionirdeadman added Viewster and TubiTV to
- @deing added Election Night 10 to
- @alyaza created
~lgbt/lgbt_resourcesto list resources for lgbt help services
- @alyaza added US resources to
- @mftrhu added italian resources to
- @dubteedub created
- @dubteedub created
- @LukeZaz creates
- @LukeZaz updated
- @ali added courses to
- @sniper24 added Dice Roller to
~comp/index's programming challenges
- @lionirdeadman added information about wikis in
- @alyaza creates
- @alyaza addeds info about
- @Deimos puts all official docs to ~tildes.official
- @synergy-unsterile added note clarify Deimos on Mobile app to
- @synergy-unsterile creates
~tildes/sitemapin attempt to map all of them
- @Algernon_Asimov added Editing topics information to
- @Algernon_Asimov added tagging information relating to ~humanities and ~science to
- @Algernon_Asimov revised Examplary label rules to
- @Deimos renames some ~tildes.official pages
- @Algernon did a bunch of changes across ~tildes.official in an effort to reorganize it.
- @Eylrid specified that users with Deimos' permission can edit tags in
It's about to tick over to July here in the CEST timezone so I thought this would be an appropriate time to post. You can find the full post here. The Issue Log is now available on its own site:...
It's about to tick over to July here in the CEST timezone so I thought this would be an appropriate time to post.
You can find the full post here.The Issue Log is now available on its own site: https://til.bauke.xyz/posts/june-2018.html
For anyone who didn't see my trial post a couple of days ago I'll post the "About" section to give you a taste.
The Tildes Issue Log is a monthly recurring post about the changes and progression that Tildes has made. Highlighting some of the newest additions and changes, as well as a complete table of every issue opened and closed in that month, along with some interesting statistics so you can get a look into the development process and a quick grasp of anything you may have missed.
I'll also like to take this opportunity to ask how you'd like to see this Issue Log posted. I've thought about some options and don't really know what would be best for the community:
- Stay as is, the post on the GitLab repository created with Markdown.
- Have the full post on Tildes. It'll require some restructuring but no big deal.
- Separate website for the issue log with custom styling and all that, probably hosted on GitLab Pages.
Let me know what you think!
If anything is incorrect or you have anything that you'd like to see changed or added, please open an issue, PM me or comment on the posted topic on Tildes.16 votes
Hi, earlier today I got an idea to create some kind of development blog so people who aren't into software development or don't really know how to interpret the issue tracker could see what...
Hi, earlier today I got an idea to create some kind of development blog so people who aren't into software development or don't really know how to interpret the issue tracker could see what progress has been made so far. I think a monthly recap would be the best as sometimes a week could be quiet.
Anyways, here's the post for May.To those reading, it is I from the future. The Issue Log is now available here: https://til.bauke.xyz/posts/may-2018.html
Keep in mind that a lot of it is just filler and not really useful to read right now, but that's just because I wanted to get some feedback on this idea first. I would love to do this every month, maybe with help of others who are interested too. But I'd have to know that this is something everyone wanted as it could take some time to write up a nice post.
Let me know what you think! In a reply here, private message or issue in the GitLab repo.
Edit: I just changed the issues list to a table, added the opened date and if possible the closed date. This should make it easier to read.
Edit 2: I've just spent some more time on this and made a proper post, with highlights and interesting statistics for the month of June, available here. However, all of the statistics here and the issue table aren't final as we're not fully through June yet. I thought it would be cool for you guys to see what a better post would look like.25 votes