BLOG Tuesday, November 21, 2017

Tracks adopts tracks.tra.in patches

[Back-posted to commit date] A number of my patches were accepted on this day by the Tracks team – turns out Github really is a great way to collaborate on open source projects!  I’m glad to have finally made some (admittedly tiny) contributions back to the Tracks project.

Here are the patches, all added on 3/31: add an alternate new_todo API call; enable the much-requested “open signups” feature; clean up the appearance of text and ical feeds; remove the “these preferences should be self-explanatory” message; and some CSS tweaks (a patch to move the right sidebar all the way to the right, another tracks.tra.in CSS tweak, was already added by another developer shortly before my patches).  Thanks to Reiner Balt for commiting them!

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