I have added new features to the community forums and enhanced the appearance and usability a bit.
Please let me know what you think about it. Below you can find a small changelog of enhancements I found note-worth:
The search button has turned into a search bar and moved from the right to the center to emphasize its appearance.
To make use of the gained space, links pointing to the Jenkins documentation, GitHub and Gitter chat have been added.
Additionally, I placed three social buttons for the Jenkins social media channels right next to them:
Starting with Jenkins LTS 2.414, release candidates for testing are posted in this category too, instead of to the mailing list only.
You don’t feel comfortable with English? No worries, we got you covered! You can now choose between 50 different languages, the discourse UI should use:
You can copy code samples directly from code blocks using the clipboard button:
The WYSIWYG editor contains additional buttons to insert formatting options with a click, such as underlines, spoilers and more:
A small, orange, button has been added to the bottom right of all pages. Clicking on it takes you back to the top of the page:
Instead of liking (heart) posts only, you can add more reactions sharing your enthusiasm now:
The default user list presents a table of users and their activity. If you prefer a card-like mode containing more information about the user, you can now toggle between both designs:
Three more themes have been added, additional to the “Default” theme. You can select them by clicking on the pencil at the bottom of the sidebar:
You can add a custom status to your profile, if you wish:
The status is shown on your profile, user card and posts you comment on.