The damn project done in May 2023

DISCLAIMER: The writing style is not serious, the message is.

Welcome to another round of “update on what has been done and something about the damn project”. You are free to skip this paragraph as it says nothing about the damn project nor about what has been done. Now, let’s start. It is nice weather outside, depending on where you live. It has been a busy month, indeed, and we know that you know. And you are awesome, by the way. (We need to clarify that definitely in a good sense, because our dictionary returned something awe-some.) We still not use Grammarly.

Let’s go straight to the licensing issue we pre-announced last time. We are thankful for the feedback, we decided to stay with AGPLv3. We can’t afford to put another burden to our contributors, asking them to ask us for obtaining the express assent to the terms of the license under which we publish the damn server.

There were no (interesting) feature requests nor (interesting) bug reports, so we did just a bit work on the unifying of the codebase of the JavaScript web clients. Still not completely finished, but our dev team needs break from JavaScript.

We are a bit nervous as AngocA and risturiz organize their Resolución de notas using the damn project in real-world, real-work, real-time. We wish the best and looking forward the feedback.

The last is a big thanks to our upkeep script that tirelessly monitor the damn project for abandoned areas, notifying us over the RSS and fediverse, and marking the areas with no contribution in last month to finish. If your area is missing from the list, it’s its work.

Oh, and we are very grateful to Amanda for maintaining the and adding :damn_project: (icon) to the fediverse. Looking forward custom :emoji: here.

Divide and map. Now. – the damn project – helps mappers by dividing a big area into smaller squares that people can map together.