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After the March launch of the first arti­cle in our series, “What’s New” here is the sec­ond edi­tion, and the recent work we want to speak about:

  • A new col­lab­o­ra­tive trans­la­tion plat­form has been devel­oped so that every­one can con­tribute to the build­ing. Any con­tri­bu­tion is wel­come, and we’re even look­ing for lead­ers (native speak­ers) in most lan­guages (free host­ing with key).
  • You can see and kill PostgreSQL/MySQL process­es your­self from the admin­is­tra­tion interface.
  • A new sec­tion, “Status of ser­vices”: find the list of services/servers in our archi­tec­ture and see if a cur­rent oper­a­tion relates to your account. You can see the same oper­a­tions as on the state of our ser­vices, but in rela­tion to each of your accounts.
  • During ini­tial­iza­tion of a trans­fer of a domain name: abil­i­ty to change own­er­ship and choose between your cur­rent reg­is­trar’s DNS or ours.
  • The alpha ver­sion of our API (the beta ver­sion comes just at the end of devel­op­ment) received some corrections.
  • Twitter tip: a sin­gle #hash­tag will now be asso­ci­at­ed with a sin­gle oper­a­tion. This change affects only the account @ad_status.