2019-06-21 15:00:00 UTC to 2019-06-28 15:00:00 UTC
This is a weekly, semi-automated post where I will show some statistics and graphs of the development category. It will also serve as a showcase for the staff picks and task requests that were made in the current week. If you have any suggestions or things you'd like to see in this post, then please let me know!
The main feature in this release is the ability to interpret the new contract actions:
Most of these are under the hood or haven't actually appeared on the sidechain yet. The main functionality now seen involves precision interpretation and when doing account/symbol search.
I have implemented the following features as already defined in the Roadmap of my introduction post.
- Feature 1: Validation Rule - Total pending payout
- Feature 2: Validation Rule - Max payout value within x days
- Feature 3: Validation Rule - Min # days since last upvote
- Frontend changes
STEEM.CRAFT | #4 | Added support for loading of older world versions, biome & gamerule changing functions by @immanuel94
Hello, Steemians and Minecraft players,
it is now already 18 days ago since my last post about changes on STEEM.CRAFT. This is mostly because I needed to find ways how to retrieve older versions of worlds without actually storing extra data to the blockchain. In this contribution post, I want to show you guys world loading of any world revision that happened before, biome- and gamerule changing of the steemworld.
SteemRadar.js - An event-driven lightweight library for streaming Steem Blockchain Update 2.0.0 by @gigatoride
This is version 2.0.0 a major version for this library to be an event-driven with more flexibility instead of streaming methods.
- There were 19 contributions of which 17 have a chance of being rewarded, or already were rewarded.
- The average score was 62.7 with an average reward of 18.2 STU from Utopian.
- The total reward from Utopian for development contributions this week (so far) is 291.0 STU.
- There were a total of 12 unique contributors in the category. Of those 4 were new contributors in the development category (@steevie.app, @lapulga, @jerryloyal, @sonrhey).
Score distribution in the development category
Number of contributions per weekday
As you can see, Monday was the day with the most activity in the development category. Saturday had a lot less activity, which isn't that surprising of course.
Average score, reward (STU) and time before review (hours) per week
Time before review is the number of hours between the creation of the post and the time it is reviewed by a moderator.
The average score of contributions has gone up from 62.4 to 62.7 this week, which is a good indication that the quality of contributions has also gone up! Despite the average score going up, the average reward has unfortunately gone down from 19.6 STU to 18.2 STU. Finally, the number of hours it takes for us to get to a contribution and review it (on average) has gone down a lot from 14.3 hours to 11.0 hours.
Number of contributions reviewed per week
As you can see, the weekly number of reviews is up from 11 to 19! This seems to be following a trend, as the number of contributions over the last two weeks (30) is also up compared to the two weeks prior to that (17)!
Number of unique contributors per week
With the number of reviews going up this week, it's pretty surprising to see the number of unique contributors down slightly from 14 to 12.
Most active contributor(s)
- Added users page, function to delete user and function to count number of location inserted by user
- Added List Location Activity and Sort Data by Distance with Bubble Sort Algorithm
- @amosbastian reviewed 3 contributions with an average score of 77.0.
- @codingdefined reviewed 3 contributions with an average score of 72.2.
- @emrebeyler reviewed 2 contributions with an average score of 76.5.
- @helo reviewed 4 contributions with an average score of 59.0.
- @justyy reviewed 5 contributions with an average score of 45.8.
The gang is back -- everyone reviewed something this week.
Number of reviews per weekday
As you can see, Saturday was the day where we reviewed the most contributions in the development category. Sunday was the day where we reviewed the least. I'm getting mixed signals here!
Number of contributions reviewed per moderator
Average score given per moderator
Also, if you think there is anything that can be worded more clearly, then please let me know!