It's been several months since our Toronto team has convened in our downtown office, and we've blogged previously about how we are spending our free time during social distancing. But of course that DOES NOT mean the team hasn't been working hard. Version 1.14.0 includes expanded documentation and improved features, as well as streamlining and security fixes. Here are some highlights...
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By next year, I hope there is some type of competition as far as themes go, I'll just stand on the sidelines while Tanner collects his prizes! Next year (if we do this again) I won't let such an easy win slip by like that again... Congrats Tanner, you've earned it.
And Technowix that sounds like an excuse lol.
You'd better not sit on the sidelines next time. Looking forward to the challenge!
Alright. Okay. I know what I said before. But there is one other thing. Drum roll, please....
The visitor and use graph on the Admin landing page is useful to me. Some nice presets that cover most everything I'd be interested in. But I do find myself oft times pining for an hourly X-Axis spanning more days, e.g. 72 hour axis scaled in one hour increments.
Damn. This is a slimline the cruft and tech debt announcement and I've now added two feature requests. Mea culpa!
Thanks and keep up the great work!
@julian said in Reflections on the Digital Sabbath:
Thanks @gotwf, nice to hear my thoughts echoed back.
I've been chasing this for some time now, with limited success. It all started when I went camping a couple hours north of Toronto, and didn't have any cell signal.
Interesting you should mention camping. One of the best ways to get started/test drive this, as it boosts self discipline. Be prepared for some dopamine withdrawal though. A few years back we hosted an exchange student from Italy who was accustomed to having high speed wi-fi available everywhere. Took him on a few camping trips. You could visibly see the tension and anxiety build hour by hour away from wifi to the point of him becoming physically ill. Had to shorten a three day backpacking trip to two days. Ten miles in, ten miles out, and no time to just enjoy the spectacular views.