[p2pu-dev] [p2pu-community] Release notes for 2012-07-10

Jos Flores josmasflores at gmail.com
Tue Jul 10 23:24:42 UTC 2012

just noticed a couple of automatic replies:

wouldn't have a clue about how to deal with the issue but it's quite
funny actually! :)


On 10 July 2012 19:18, Jos Flores <josmasflores at gmail.com> wrote:
> great stuff!
> looking forward to test all the new goodies.
> loving the new site too; the aliens will love it too :P
> people link is a 404 (you prob already know!)
> cheers,
> José
> On 10 July 2012 13:47, Dirk Uys <dirk at p2pu.org> wrote:
>> Hi everyone!
>> I'm sure everyone will be happy to know that another release happened today!!
>> The highlights for this release follows:
>> - Reply by email:
>> It is now possible to reply to all those wonderful comments and status
>> updates posted to the wall of a project by email! It's not perfect at
>> the moment, we still need to figure out how to trim the reply body,
>> but we'll get there!
>> - Static content now lives on info.p2pu.org
>> If you haven't heard this before, info.p2pu.org is the new hot place
>> for static content to live. These are things not directly related to
>> the learning platform that runs on p2pu.org. I hope I explained that
>> right :)
>> - Drag-and-drop reordering of tasks in sidebar of courses
>> Yes, it happened. If you create a course or have an existing course
>> you can now use drag-and-drop to reorder your tasks! I'm sure it won't
>> take long before this can be done anywhere you see your tasks in a
>> list :)
>> - Many other small things
>> There are several heroes that have to be thanked for their
>> contributions to this release!
>> - https://github.com/platvampb - I don't know his/her name, but he/she
>> implemented the drag and drop!!
>> - Jose - https://github.com/josmas
>> - Vanessa - https://github.com/mozzadrella
>> Please report errors to the dev list if you encounter anything irregular.
>> Cheers
>> Dirk
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