What I meant by increase in frequency of small updates was added functionality & areas changing etc which could have an impact on customisations applied :tongue: I gathered from the blog article that a 3.3 was the start of many more .3 / .4 / .5 changes which would mean potentially more frequent additions of content.
I meant that as opposed to 'frequent' bug fixes where functionality and design would all remain the same with no new added areas just issues getting fixed with customisations being easily applied in moments after upgrading.
Don't get me wrong though I'm excited about additions of features. I just prefer them coming in bulk batches so that one can spend a week solid working on upgrading scripts and custom code and for it to just be done :P
Looks great, but PERSONALLY I wouldn't have minded a 3.2.4 in the meantime fixing the 100-or-so-bugs (which now show as fixed in 3.3.0). Perhaps a patch? :x
Either way sounds good, hopefully it doesn't mean too much of an increase in frequency of small updates though. It can become rather troublesome when dealing with overly-frequent updates whilst trying to maintain a heavily customised board :tongue:
Very clever concept, however I think that this needs touching-up design / aesthetics-wise. There are too many spelling mistakes and too many inconsistencies (from what I can see in the pictures) as well as many areas looking unformatted. (A lot of the settings pages with mis-matched formatting, a lot of capitals where there shouldn't be, and a lot missing where there should be)
Once these are touched up to made look better, I'll definitely be purchasing this as it's a great idea. Hopefully you get them addressed soon :D
I must say I do miss Topic Descriptions quite a lot. I'm holding out on upgrading my community until 3.2.2 in the hope that perhaps, just maybe, IPS will re-add them as an option, or at the very least some kind developer will release a Mod for them to be reinstated. What use for 'Tags' I would have I just don't know