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future plans

Back to work

Posted in future plans, new features on February 21st, 2009 by Mat – Be the first to comment

I’ve just returned from a couple of weeks in the sun, and what better way to celebrate than working on Dinqi? Yes, well, I’m jetlagged: Give me a break…

A few minor new things of note:

  • URL validation added
  • Favicon and iPhone icon added
  • Major bug with the event timing defaulting to US time fixed
  • Filters moved to top of secondary column for easier access
  • Quick add moved to /add rather than showing it everywhere (it’s been there months and I’ve never used it)

Next step is to finish setting up the default entry types then I think it’ll be ready for beta - hooray!

Next steps

Posted in future plans on January 31st, 2009 by Mat – Be the first to comment

Here’s what’s coming, in rough order of priority:

  1. Add the remaining default event types into the database
  2. Complete security testing
  3. Go Beta!
  4. Allow Dinqi to collect entries from Twitter
  5. Filter by date
  6. Allow events to be marked as private
  7. Add XML view