Tags: devblog, programming
In 2017, I did a post wrapping up Hacktoberfest: I briefly summarized each contributor’s changes and thanked them for the work they did.
I didn’t get around to doing a similar post for 2018, so I’m going to roll one together with a general set up project updates in this post. This post will also serve to thank those who contributed outside of Hacktoberfest — I usually don’t have a good way to contact people outside of the initial thanks I leave on merged PRs, and everybody deserves to know that their work is valued.
In no particular order:
Thanks to clsr for writing a separate native client in Go, as well as contributing keybinding support (released as part of 3.1 on AMO)!
ff2mpvsince 3.0 has allowed users to send the sources for image, video, and audio tags (as well as highlighted buffers) directly to
Thanks to Misty for adding support for new load commands!
ARM64_32tagged binaries (2.1.0)
Thanks to the five Hacktoberfest contributors: Marcos Marado for
adding CSV support, Ben DaSilva for fixing a bug in redirection
detection, vanaltj for fixing a bug in CAA record parsing, and
W0lfw00d and Giancarlo Giuffra
for adding support for
robots.txt and cookie auditing respectively!
Many thanks to the others who contributed in 2018 (and 2019, so far) outside of Hacktoberfest: Andy Armstrong, Nicolas CARPi, Dan Shelley, Reto Gantenbein, suve, and John Haugeland!
Thanks to Gabriel Halley for numerous cleanup and RuboCop linting improvments!
Thanks to annacrombie for some Ruby 2.5 fixes.
General changes: None, maintenance mode.