January 2019

About

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.

Feedback

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.

If you'd like to write a highlight section or want to contribute in any other way, feel free to do so. Like Tildes, this will remain entirely open-source.

Highlights

Profile Pagination

On the 25th of January it was announced that full profile pagination was added to everyone's profiles following that next Monday, the 28th. Since we're now past that, you (and anyone logged in viewing your profile) can scroll through all your posted topics and comments. No longer will you have to switch between the Topics or Comments only views!

Details

Author: Bauke

Written Date: 2019-01-30

Issue Log Changes

Last week I've also spent some time on adding more statistics to the issue log, such as: number of commits made, how many unique contributors authored commits and how many lines of code were changed/added/deleted. I regenerated and added these new statistics also to the previous months where applicable. There are still some numbers I want to add but if you think of any feel free to leave a comment in this issue or on the Tildes or Reddit topics.

As announced in the latest official topic Tildes will become publicly-viewable very soon. Once that happens I also want to add the statistics I can now gather by scraping in a new section so there's some numbers on Tildes itself, and not just the activity on GitLab. I think this will be a very good addition for people that haven't been on Tildes long to get some insight on what the activity is like. I've made an issue for these statistics here, if you have any suggestions let me know.

Details

Author: Bauke

Written Date: 2019-01-31

Statistics

In the month of January, 45 commits were made by 2 contributors, changing a total of 1017 (+1295|-278) lines. 6 issues were opened and 6 issues were closed.

An average of 0.20 issues were opened and 0.20 issues were closed each day.

The average time to close issues was 5.78 days or 138.77 hours.

Top 3 issue creators:

  1. Bauke with 2 issues created.
  2. anowlcalledjosh with 1 issue created.
  3. Deimorz with 1 issue created.

Amount of labels assigned to currently open issues:

Amount of labels assigned to closed issues:

Notable Official Topics

DateTitleURL
2019-01-25Your own "main" user page (both topics and comments) is now paginated Click

Issue Table

Opened

IssueTitleAuthorOpenedClosed
349L2 headings are displayed differently in thread...anowlcalledjosh2019/01/04 01:43:08
350Rework views and/or schemas to support webargs ...Deimorz2019/01/08 23:51:20
351Tags are no longer clickableBauke2019/01/10 00:43:312019/01/10 01:02:52
352License link in the FAQ is brokenainar-g2019/01/13 11:07:422019/01/13 23:46:01
354?before= on mixed user history will ocassionall...clericalterrors2019/01/25 02:32:432019/01/26 01:02:04
355Comments in user profile on deleted topics phra...Bauke2019/01/25 12:26:502019/01/29 09:21:31

Closed

IssueTitleAuthorOpenedClosed
345False data-breach positive on a passwordjleclanche2018/12/20 20:23:432019/01/01 02:21:23
346Make "sub-tags" work properly with special tags...Deimorz2018/12/21 02:34:512019/01/08 04:53:26
351Tags are no longer clickableBauke2019/01/10 00:43:312019/01/10 01:02:52
352License link in the FAQ is brokenainar-g2019/01/13 11:07:422019/01/13 23:46:01
354?before= on mixed user history will ocassionall...clericalterrors2019/01/25 02:32:432019/01/26 01:02:04
355Comments in user profile on deleted topics phra...Bauke2019/01/25 12:26:502019/01/29 09:21:31