Currently, our development efforts are focused mostly on overhauling user authentication across our services, making it easier to log in to any of our sites while also simplifying permissions and organization management.
Last week we mostly spent fixing a few bugs that popped up rarely but still needed quashing. Chief among them: A bug that broke request pages if they had multiple communications that each had hundreds of communications.
We’ve made a small fix to eliminate a search bug from some profile pages. More importantly, you can help us set our 2019 priorities by taking our user survey — and get a chance to win free MuckRock swag.
Last week was mostly working on some longer term improvements, but we roll out a fix so that you will now see the correct plan on your settings page. If you’re looking to get a little more hands on with MuckRock development, we still have two openings for our News Nerd in Residence — apply today!
Removing features is not as much fun as adding them, but we think this time it will make things easier as you stay on top of your requests.