As well as participating in DC I continue to monitor the Google Group at https://groups.google.com/forum/#!forum/intersystems-public-cach
(Note: I thought I had already posted this, but I think it was the other day when you were having hosting issues. Sorry if it is a duplicate)
Lots of comments really screws up the layout.
While I can see the benefits that $ZSTORAGE could have if used properly, I have not seen it used in the environments I have worked in. I was wondering if there are any developers that promote its usage.
Yesterday we fixed the bug, which was the reason of tons not very helpful DC email notifications you got last month, mostly new members.
We have a new release here!
What has been introduced:
1. Better notifications
Early on in my use of DC I think I marked a couple of things as favorites. On the right-hand side of the DC listings I have this:
We are launching the new channel of InterSystems Technology content for you - Developer Community Youtube Channel!
It's amlost fixed!
But it still hijacks my right click.
Over 600 different authors posted anything on Developer Community in 2016.
Developer Community contains some brilliant pieces of content because of you. Thank you!
InterSystems Data Platforms and performance – VM Backups and Caché freeze/thaw scripts 266
Caché WebTerminal v4 Release 262
Top 20 Questions of the Year 2016 257
Command-line type routine editor? 147
Top 20 Articles of the Year 2016 143
String manipulation 126
Part I – Thoughts about package manager 118
Cache annotations mini-framework 117
Visualizing the data jungle -- Part I. Let's make a graph 105
New keys for Field Test? 95
If there isn't yet, maybe consider a DC enhancement to add an adornment to their name or photo to indicate this.
I know this has been requested before, but it's really annoying, especially in the Developer Community.
Here is my typical workflow:
1. Click "Developer Community" forum
Typically the thumbsup/thumbsdown icons are grayed out until you vote for one. Then it is either red or green depending on which you selected. I like this behavior.