So here’s what I’m working on right now:
Achievements for modelling projects
That’s right! You’re going to be able to earn achievements for your model collection. That’s great news for folks who’re on iToysoldiers to pimp their painting studio or aren’t really all that interested in the battle achievements (or you’re like me and you love playing but you suck something fierce).
BUG BUG BUG Fixes
So on the backend there’s a whack of niggly little issues. I’m working my way through ’em. If you could only see my GIT commit log. It’s shocking that iTS even works. *snicker.
So I’m working on Kilgrave mK III, the last mark of this particular release and here’s what I have planned:
- Modelling Project Stats
- A Revised Dashboard that shows things that require attention.
- Bug fixes identified by mK II.
Now, that’s not to say that I won’t go back and revisit the profiles and player stats. It’s just that I think I have this bit sorted for now – or more accurately that I’ve achieved the goal of providing certain features. So if you’ve found a bug, have an idea for an improvement or what have you… Bestest: Support Portal. More best: Comment here. Best: email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Ahoy, commanders! I just wanted to take a moment and gush about some improvements I made to the Modeling Project system. Here’s a few bullets to cover the biggies:
First: I seriously improved the navigation of the main Modeling Projects page. There’s a link to create a modeling project, a list of the newest projects, the most popular projects and a brief stat summary. You can take a peek at all these at http://itoysoldiers.com/munitions/modeling-projects
Second: There’s a whole bunch of new ways to look for modeling projects. There’s tabs for all projects, popular projects, your projects, and the projects of folks who you follow.
Third: I added some stats to the modeling project page at http://itoysoldiers.com/munitions/modeling-projects/stats . As always, their kinda pedestrian right now but as more projects get in the system it’ll be easier to see what sort of info is of note.
Fourth: I created a “Current Project” widget that you can put on your blog. It works great on Blogger, Blogspot, and WordPress. Probably others as well. This you can check out at http://itoysoldiers.com/widgets. If you want to see it in action you can venture over to my (neglected) blog at orias40k.blogspot.ca. It’s on the right hand side column, the “Current Project” block.
Lastly, When you add an image to the project (either through the “Image Upload” for on the page or in the gallery widget when you edit a project it’ll add it to the project page as well. Neat, eh?
There’s a few backend things as well but those are the important bits. If you have any comments, issues, suggestions you know I’m all ears. In the mean time: