This past month we made some HUGE infrastructure changes that resulted in new capabilities, better future-proof systems, and the comeback of the judge map. Would you like to know more?
In this issue of the JudgeApps Updates we take a moment to talk not only about what new things you can expect from JudgeApps, but also about its inner workings, and explain some basic technologies we use to make the magic happen.
We are scheduling a maintenance window for the MagicJudges.org network of sites for Friday, August 24th, 2018, at 10AM Eastern. This is the final stage of migrating the servers to updated software baselines and current hardware infrastructure. We expect this maintenance to last no more than three hours. During this maintenance, most sites will remain online, but may experience brief and intermittent interruptions. Judge Blogs and JudgeApps will each be unavailable for a longer period of time Read more [...]
This month saw more cleanup than new features. We fixed some bugs, straightened up some tables and removed unnecessary fields that serve no purpose anymore. Oh, right… numbers. We added some numbers. Confused? Read on and all will be clear...
This update has some important things you should know. The TL;DR version: update your profile according to the new guidelines and think twice before creating new events. If you want a broader review of the happenings of the month, keep reading...
Grand Prix attendees should be aware of a new subforum specifically for travel planning and social events, there are some formal guidelines over what may be a JudgeApps "Event", and all users should take a moment to check their notification settings to make sure they find out about events that they're interested in!
This month we made some improvements to reviews, added some tools for exam content creators and translators, and retired one of the forums. Want to find out more? Hop into the latest edition of the JudgeApps update blog (featuring Scott Marshall)!
Email verification is now required for all new and existing JudgeApps accounts. We've also crafted new guidelines for JudgeApps profiles.
What do L2 exams, OIDC and Paul Baranay have in common? Jump into the March edition of JudgeApps Updates to find out!
Judge exams are now available through JudgeApps. Log in and take some practice exams!