Monthly Archives: May 2011
The gallifrey repository was updated with the changes introduced since May 23rd, 2011. The 1.2.41 version of packaging-farm was published with more documentation and a bug fix related to the generation of the dependency graph. Nicolas Hicher independently installed a … Continue reading
The infrastructure for cardstories plugin was implemented. Each plugin may register when it loads and listen to game events and/or transform the incoming HTTP requests or the outgoing JSON result.
An event notification system was added to the CardstoriesService class so that third party code can listen to it. It will help implement email notifications. The architecture of a plugin system was designed.
The latest invitations sent by the game author are kept in a cookie, which makes it easier to create a new game immediately after the previous one is finished. The Debian GNU/Linux package has been prepared for publication.
The HOWTO setup an OpenStreetMap tile generation virtual machine was run and tested successfully.
An inventory of the current state of the CSS integration and the game interaction was created to allow a side by side comparison. The left image is the mockup and the right image is the screenshot from the skin page … Continue reading
The page where the user picks a card at the beginning of a game was integrated. The modifications also include an update of the logo and adjustments of the game creation and vote selection confirmation.
A credits and copyright notice has been embedded in the HTML page so that it is present at all times. It is displayed as an overlay on top of the current page when the user clicks on the powered by … Continue reading
tartarugafeliz created a new set of mockups for improved interactions. The players are shown a page to make it clear that they should wait for the others to pick a card or wait for the others to vote. A link … Continue reading
The gallifrey repository was used to finalize the XiVO installation manually. It revealed a dependency to SVN that was fixed. Some packages that were loaded from the official repository were assembled from the git repositories. All the packages updated in … Continue reading