Is is possible to reorder the comments so we see new comments at the top? At the moment its very hard to find a new comments since the order of the comments is always from oldest to newest, if you comment on the first comment then your comment will be at the top while making a new comment on the post will be at the bottom. Also marking new posts with a different background color or highlighting them would be convenient.
This would be very handy for posts that are getting more comments than can fit on one page or just posts with more comments in general.
When posts are displayed on the DC homepage they only show the first part of each post. This part is known as the teaser, or the trimmed version. The DC software does its best, but without being given any hint by you it can sometimes produce teasers that are of limited value, e.g. "Hi!"
When composing your post, the Preview button lets you see what the teaser will look like. For example, here's the preview of an initial version of this post:
A lot of tools in InterSystems products are designed to help facilitate high availability solutions (Mirroring and ECP come to mind readily). Since a lot of concerns about these technologies are in a similar thread regarding High Availability, I believe it might be worthwhile to create a High Availability Group within the Developer's Community.
What thoughts do people have on the addition of such a group?
When starting a post, especially for the beginner there are a lot of buttons, check marks, icons etc. On some of them when you hover you get a very brief descriptions. In reading through some of the responses to the Developer Community Feedback there is a lot of good information.
Could one of the moderators, who know all the tricks put together a one or two page "cheat sheet?" or beginner guide?
This "Cheat Sheet" would be of great help!
I get the impression that there is a great push to encourage others to use the Developers Community.
When I'm searching across the community I find lots of interesting questions sometimes with excellent answers and suggestions. Quite often It's more than one solution. Then I'm mostly missing an indication which solution worked or that nothing worked at all or the case was dropped.
I understand a community as partners working together, sharing experience and knowledge. Many participants seem to have the same understanding and share their results.
I was trying to find an article today that I knew had been posted about Wireshark installations causing problems with Studio and other Caché components. If I search the community for 'Wireshark install', the article I'm looking for does not even show up. I found it eventually in the text of one of the Digest post, but this is the article: