Release NotesΒΆ

Version 3.0:

  • June 2010: merging of the none App Engine port in. You can now run Arecibo without App Engine. Following is a summary of the lots of changes made in the none App Engine port.

    • Removing of issues.
    • New model definitions, with some db indexes and denormalisation.
    • Ability to name and alter groups of errors.
    • Updated stats, new charts which are much simpler.
    • Ability for anonymous views and posting of errors, since we can now run the server behind a firewall.
  • June 2010: freezing of the App Engine port. There should be no changes to this.

Version 2.0:

  • Nov 2010: cleaning up CSS and the filter form on the project page.
  • Nov 2010: posting errors from django now can remove sensitive data (thanks offbyone).
  • Sept 7th 2010: test for readthedocs.org
  • July 21th 2010: Adding in markdown and a few ui tweaks. Also only show approved users in issues.
  • July 16th 2010: Apologies for not keeping this up to date.
  • July 16th 2010: Ability to make errors public. Helps with debugging.
  • July 16th 2010: Issue signals added: issue_status_changed, issue_priority_changed, issue_assigned_changed, issue_changed
  • July 16th 2010: Prettier buttons thanks to http://www.zurb.com/article/266/super-awesome-buttons-with-css3-and-rgba
  • Big change, beginning of July, Issues, you can now create issues from errors, assign them to people and all that sort of good stuff. This is quite a few changes and at this time they are pretty alpha, there might be multiple changes on them. Issues are a big change and need lots and lots more work see: http://www.agmweb.ca/blog/andy/2275/
  • June 20th 2010: alright, not many people are using it, let’s just keep going anyway
  • will be frozen and released any day now.
  • June 14th 2010: added in notes about remote access.

Version 1.0:

  • this was the privately hosted version by Clearwind and was not open sourced.

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