Changelog

August 7, 2022

Improved Decent People Page

It’s been a typical European summer for me, so I’ve been out and about a lot.

Still, there were many changes in the past month or so.

I’ve vastly improved site protection from script kiddies and other “hackers” who keep trying random URL attacks. Bless their souls. 😅

I’ve added a new upload scope to OAuth. This enables app developers to have a “low danger” scope so that even if a token is stolen, the worst that can happen is that the attacker can upload shots. But they won’t be able to delete them.

There has been a change to default chart temperature colors, making them easier to read, especially for people with certain disabilities. I want to do the same for the main chart, but I am yet to find a good palette. Suggestions are more than welcomed.

I’ve also created custom error pages, so you don’t land on the Heroku one if/when something goes wrong.

But the most significant change has been to the Decent People page. Since there are so many of you now, the page became very slow to load, but also it was hard to find anyone. Now you have a search there and can quickly narrow down and find exactly who you’re looking for.

New Decent People Page

June 22, 2022

World of Coffee

Since Decent is having a booth at the World of Coffee festival in Milan, I’ve decided to run a promotion. If you sign up for the yearly plan, while the expo is taking place, you’ll get 10€ off, making the total €40/year, or ~3.3€/month.

But, as always, you can keep using the free version. It’s not going away.

P.S.: If you’re in Milan, feel free to ping me. I’ll be wandering the festival myself. 🥰

May 28, 2022

More Settings

Two new features today, both in profile settings. The first one lets you pick a “System” theme, which will follow your OS settings. If you’re in dark mode, it’ll be dark, and if you’re in light, it’ll be light. You can read more in the original feature request.

The second one is aimed at our American friends who don’t know the metric system won. 😅 It’s pretty straightforward: you set your temperature units to Fahrenheit, and you’ll see all charts displayed in those units. If you don’t touch the setting the charts will continue to display in the correct units. 🇺🇸

Fahrenheit and Theme settings

Enjoy! ☕

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