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If tif/tiff files are uploaded, automatically convert to PNG. Possibly also do the same for webm, and other exotic formats like JPEG HD.
For this to work there'll need to be quite a few changes...
1) All the code that validates allowable file extensions for upload will need to add the file types we c…
Suggested by Chris Graham on 2nd April 2018
Most other content types a member can 'own' are featured on the profile. Perhaps adding a list of Personal (Diary) events in a tab would be nice for v11.
Suggested by Adam on 23rd March 2018
These options would define global defaults, but individual categories (e.g. galleries) would be able to override them.
Suggested by Chris Graham on 13th March 2018
Raised 0% of 144 credits
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A new kind of 'defer' mode for blocks, similar to the current one but a bit more sophisticated
Rather than AJAX execution, the block is computed later in the same page request
Suggested by Chris Graham on 8th March 2018
Raised 0% of 12 credits
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There are a couple of tables that have sorting based on ID, which assumes ID is sequential. This is not the case on the XML DB driver, and may not be on other exotic databases.
Usually we don't need to do this as we store add time, or can reasonably or…
Suggested by Chris Graham on 26th February 2018
Raised 0% of 24 credits
(24 credits = 4 hours or $166.14)
Currently some Composr things will run over the MSN (other that the forum, which of course does so). E.g. Custom Comcode.
Allow ratings (forum ratings only), custom fields (forum/topic/post custom fields only), and friendships, to run over the MSN.
In other words these things should be shared across…
Suggested by Chris Graham on 25th February 2018
Raised 0% of 48 credits
(48 credits = 8 hours or $331.06)
Currently there are a number of different views for catalogues (entry-list, table, etc).
Allow configuring catalogues to support multiple views, and specify the default. This would result in the website visitor being able to select which view to use, using tabs.
Similarly, the main_cc_embed block vie…
Suggested by Chris Graham on 23rd February 2018