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I believe this is now everything that was in today's code push!
This is batch the first of code tours for the code push coming toniiiiiiiiight.
Batch the second, of everything everyone at OSBridge has written since I started this one, coming up shortly...
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Contributors (first-time starred, and welcome to them!): afuna, anall, fhocutt, hotlevel4, kaberett, kareila, zaluzianskya, me-and*, momijizukamori, pauamma, timeasmymeasure, woggy
... AND NOW TO THE SECOND ROUND.
Also, this tour is full of tons of boring backend changes and I wasn't able to find much humor in them, so the writeup will be less entertaining than usual. I do apologize and will not be offended if you decide to skip this tour and wait for a more interesting one. However, if you are willing to brave the ride, you will discover a few fascinating features, such as support for multiple sticky posts and a redesign of the new tag navigation feature. Also you will find your journey is more secure, as this code push will bring support for HTTPS everywhere on the site.
( GET IN THE CAR IT'S A CODE TOUR )
In this code tour, we welcome emhoracek's first contribution! yay! We also welcome azurelunatic's first code patch -- she's been contributing for a while, but this is the first code contribution. Yay!
( Code tour, 11 August - 18 January )
Here we have a lot of fixes for styles issues, and a lot of stuff from fu! This is a more prompt release than some, because everybody was really anxious to get some of the mobile wonkiness introduced with the last update fixed in this one. We also have stuff from denise, mark, hotlevel4, and exor674.
This code tour is live: the code push entry is over in dw_maintenance as usual.
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If any of my descriptions are too obtuse, let me know and I will try to clarify them!
( This turns out to be much longer than I anticipated.... )
Some of these reference bug numbers in the old bug tracking database, while some refer to the new one.
( All aboard the code tour! )
Ordinarily, I would take you on a chronological tour, starting with the bugs touched longest ago and finishing with the most recent exciting work. Because of Reasons, this time we are instead playing the game of going from the bug that was reported longest ago to the one that was filed most recently. Spot the diiiiiifference. (Dear cataloguers of the future: the most recent bug in this lot is 2165, committed on 2014-03-10.)
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And also: thank you all; you're great. <333
Executive summary: Themes for 3 styles, a fix for that random profile-collapsed-sections thing, a fix for the seriously long comment hierarchy indicators not wrapping, and some miscellaneous non-journal-area (inbox, recent comments, and site pages) tweaks.
Patches from momijizukamori, hotlevel4, and fu, themes from dancing_serpent, forests_of_fire, and timeasmymeasure, and guest starring suggestions and miscellaneous bugwork from ninetyd, misskat, ladyasul, cesy, denise, and chronologically last but certainly never least, exor674. PLUS exor674'S LAST-MINUTE PATCH WHEE
( I'm sure you will find many ways to have a good time! )
( A four hour tour! A four hour tour! )
Contributors for this tour: stormerider, kaberett, sophie, hotlevel4, kariela, swaldman, misskat, exor674, ninetyd, fu, and momijizukamori.
( 18 bugs squished )
Howdy folks, this is your code tour operator speaking. Please fasten your seat belts and stay safe during lift off. For entertainment during our flight you have access to 33 different patches by mark (3), ninetyd (8), kareila (3), exor674 (8), misskat (1), momijizukamori (3), meludame (2), deborah (1), hotlevel4 (3) and fu (1).
( Code Tour: July 19th - August 24th )
This concludes our code tour, thank you for flying Air Dreamwidth, we hope you have enjoyed your flight ;-)
( This time baby I'll be... code touuuuuuur proooooooof )
A HUGE thank-you to all our contributors this time around! YAY OUR TEAM!
This has been your code tour. You may return to your regularly-scheduled Dreamwidth-y goodness. :)
( Hit it. )
We're so glad to see so many of you lovely coders here tonight. And we would especially like to welcome all the representatives of our developer community that have chosen to join us here in the Palace Dreamwidth Ballroom at this time. We certainly hope you all enjoyed the show. And remember, people, that no matter who you are and what you do to live, thrive and survive, there're still some things that makes us all the same. You. Me. Them. Everybody. Everybody.
(I have a complete list of where these quotes came from. The person/people who guess the most correct quotes will get a month of paid time for their awesomeness. Make your guesses in comments!
sarah will be in later with the second part of this tour.)
Anyway. Instead of rambling on about English, I now present this code tour.
( In which Mark does his first show... )