We’ve developed the first iteration of Dockerfiles and
docker-compose.yml. It’s not production ready so you shouldn’t use it for production as you could still expect compatibility breaks.
Now, a project admin can remove a member from the settings page. We put a lot of detail into the consecuences of removing a member for different scenarios permissions related.
For instance, if the user is a workspace member, she still will be allowed to access the project. Otherwise, she will be taken to her home with a notification.
This story helps to have default avatars that are useful in the context of a project, when the user didn’t upload a custom avatar. Taiga will use the initials of the full name to create this default avatar. In this story we took care of different cases:
- having a one-word name
- using emojis in the name
- using non-english alphabet
This is kind of an internal story where we finally cleaned up some ambiguities related to workspace memberships and permissions.
We have started developing the
comments functionalities with a story to see and sort (by date) the comments of a story.