Maybe is it needfull to add a mail notification when a comment is sent (I am not found of Facebook
Christian Walther wrote:E-mail notifications would be nice, but they would have to be aggregated – one e-mail per news feed item is too much traffic.
Yep, that's coming. I'm thinking something like a "Daily Activity" email thing.
Note: the feeds are not PART of Facebook - but I'm a terrible designer so I did take inspiration in terms of site layout.
P'skhal wrote:I do use profiles, mainly to know what contributors like or not, and what they had won.
OK. I'll make those pages better - I quite dislike the current ones.
Christian Walther wrote:I used the profiles to look for contact information to contact contributors privately (e.g. invite them to beta testing).
New profiles people will be able to list a website and there's a block for listing anything you want - contact information included.
Christian Walther wrote:I like the inclusion of the MOUL forum name for that.
Actually, that's going to change to GoW forum name.
Christian Walther wrote:(I’d like e-mail addresses even better, but I understand that most people prefer not to give them out.)
How about the ability to send people messages instead? That way their email address isn't on the site?
And for Project Managers (like yourself), I'll make a screen where you can send messages to everyone working on your project and let you filter by language.
Christian Walther wrote:(I tell you folks, live testing with OHB is cool – you make a suggestion, and seconds later it is implemented and works!)
I'm awesome like that.
Christian Walther wrote:When there’s no winning translation yet and several proposed ones have the same score, export the newest of them (currently it’s the oldest).
On the list!
Christian Walther wrote:
The capability of comments/discussion not only on proposed translations...but also on items (visible for all languages, stays with the item – e.g. discussion when the context of an item is unclear) or even whole projects (for project-wide discussion like this
– although I guess that can also stay on the forum).
Yeah, that's why the forums are here. I understand where you're coming from on this, however. I will look into ways to do this. This one isn't a guarantee.
Charura wrote:Geez..if it ain't broke...don't try to fix it....til next month..sry could not resist that one
LULZ. The ULP just turned a year old...I think I've waited long enough!!!
Floydman wrote:I wish there was away in your profile to see all other people who translate into the same language(s).
There is a new page that I completed yesterday that lets you find other users by language or location.
Floydman wrote:I like the simplistic approach that exists right now.
I agree 100%...and I want to keep it that way. If anything, I'm attempting to make things even simpler while retaining the functionality...and even adding some. The site isn't as simple as it was when it first went online. Especially of the first few months, new features were added all the time...to the point that a lot of the pages are kinda cluttered (especially the page where you submit translations - I HATE that one right now). So, actually taking a moment to consider layout and design I think will make a world of difference. But, it won't be radical changes.
Here's another sneak-peak at coming attractions -> http://imgur.com/a/APbIXWhat's with the avatars?
. You won't get to upload an avatar for the ULP...that would require me to write more code! And, why re-invent the wheel?
So, you can prepare ahead of time by getting a Gravatar here -> gravatars
. You just sign-up with the same email address you use for the ULP and like magic, your avatar will appear on the ULP and any other websites that use Gravatars.