- New crop request form! This makes the approval process easier on the crop wranglers.
- Search now checks alternate names (such as coriander and cilantro) and scientific names (not yet available - see below)
- Seeds have organic, GMO, and heirloom options, along with and how many days until maturity
- You can now attach photos to your garden
- On the member page, members can be sorted by name or by how recently they joined
- When logged out, visitors will see a note at the top of post pages, so first-time visitors can see what Growstuff is all about
- Wranglers now see a "wrangle crops" button on the crop listing page
- You can no longer claim to have fewer than 0 seeds.
- The page footer height has been tweaked.
- You can no longer follow yourself.
- Crop wranglers will no longer see an error page if they leave out the Wikipedia link when adding a new crop.
- Some formatting bugs with the homepage and browse crops have been fixed.
- Sometimes users would see an error page when they tried to follow other users: this should no longer happen.
- Users should no longer receive an error when trying to download harvest data.
- Harvest photos should now provide a link back to their harvest after attaching the photo.
- Static content like the page footer is now stored in a CMS, for easier maintenance.
- We're now storing all harvest weights as kilograms in addition to whatever unit you put in, with conversion handled by ruby-units. This will let us give harvest totals more easily in the future.
- Users can now search by alternate names, scientific names, and partial names, with the matching handled by ElasticSearch (not yet available - see below)
- Travis CI now pushes successful builds on the dev branch to the staging site on Heroku, so merging a pull request to dev automatically deploys it to staging.
- Lots more features are now covered by automated tests.
Sadly, it looks like the search features will have to wait a while until we can work out how to install ElasticSearch in our production environment, but we've written the search code in such a way that it can be turned on later with a configuration switch.