As before, annotation tags from the most recent version of a
configuration map are used to generate the project pages. In case you
are not too happy how your projects appear, you might want to upload a
new version with adjusted tags.
One as side note, please avoid
uploading maps containing deployable code and development code. It's is
better to split it over two (or more) maps and use a single project tag
to link them together at the projects pages and in the statistics.
It's good to also mention that some time ago Bart Veenstra added an extremely cool feature to vastgoodies:
You can now browse the code in the vastgoodies repository without having to download the code first.
Just click on the tiny browse' link above the versions and applications boxes and you're off.
Due to maintenance we will be having downtime of the VAStGoodies.com server today (Monday March 30|) and tomorrow (Tuesday March 31) from 18h (CET) into the night. Apologies for the inconvenience this may cause.
A bit delayed but VAStGoodies.com is available again. Not much changed from the outside, so here is a list in case you're wondering.
New (and faster?) server.
Faster(?) internet connection.
Ported from VA Smalltalk 8.5.0 to 8.6.2.
Upload and download events are no longer stored in the ENVY database but in a mysql database.
ENVY database shrunk from 3.655.806 KB to 455.957 KB after cloning.
Reworked processing of upload and download statistics.
RSS now shows time of upload in stead of time of map creation.
Statistics are back.
Pie charts corrected at the statistics page. (Slices must be in descending order of their size.)
Please let me know if you notice any bugs. Haven't thoroughly tested all the used components. Some of them might require (more) changes to be used in VA Smalltalk 8.6.2 (and the Seaside version that comes with it).
There was some downtime, but the site is available again. Unfortunately, the service is not available, making the VAStGoodies Tools unable to connect. That will be fixed before ESUG. Downloading directly from the site is possible, though.
Sorry for that last one ;-) 1000 and ten years would've been a nicer jubilee...
Other than that: Conratulations and most of all: Thanks very much for stepping up and implementing/supporting VASTGoodies. I found a few very helpful tools and libraries there, and I am proud to be among the contributers.
Also thanks to your employer for hosting VASTGoodies.
And thanks to all who uploaded code to VASTGoodies. There are quite a few jewels to be found there.
Am Montag, 28. Januar 2019 22:59:32 UTC+1 schrieb Adriaan van Os: