yummymarks is still very much an in-development project. Below is a little log I write as I develop the site, and on the left is a list of current features, features in-development and planned features (subject to change).
log #21, posted 3 years ago by Fizzadar
We now have a full delicious and pinboard importer, working correctly. Search is also now more relevant/useful.
log #20, posted 3 years ago by Fizzadar
Working on the new import system today, which allows users to import their [i]entire[/i] delicious or pinboard collections (since both use the same API).
Over the next few days the following should be completed/released:
1. New import system
2. Better searching (searches the tags also)
3. RSS feeds for bookmarks
log #19, posted 3 years ago by Fizzadar
Continuing the buxfixing spree. Made a few changes to the add bookmark popup, hidden the url field (pointless) and increased tag space.
Also updated the Chrome plugin (twice), which now caches results from lookups to avoid too many lookups.
Started working on a better delicious & pinboard (both use the same API) importer, but the delicious API keeps failing (simply returns the API server tag, nothing else) and that's the only one with a decent number of bookmarks to test.
On a side note I've been working on my screenshot server a lot (which is core to yummymarks), it can be seen here: http://screenshits.fanaticaldev.com.
log #18, posted 3 years ago by Fizzadar
yummymarks was featured on GigaOM - here
We're also nearing 2,000 bookmarks :)
log #17, posted 3 years ago by Fizzadar
+ Fixed edit tags link in popup
+ Couple of bugfixes around the site
Started looking into RSS feeds, working out what to work on next; probably RSS feeds and improving the search. Hopefully get a weighted tag list and start looking into the Firefox extension.
log #16, posted 3 years ago by Fizzadar
Added suggested tags on tag additions, improved edit pages, fixed Chrome plugin and add bookmark buttons (both now use a new window loaded from the site - gives us more control).
And a load of bufixes.
log #15, posted 3 years ago by Fizzadar
Lots of little bug-fixes today.
- pagination errors
- defaults on the viewing controls
- proper titles on links (mostly done)
- correct titles for pages
- fixed the chrome extension (need to push update to google)
log #14, posted 3 years ago by Fizzadar
And here it is, the 3rd design attempt at yummymarks, but this one I'm pleased with. A simple layout which focusses on the bookmarks, rather than anything else.
To see it in full action - click here
log #13, posted 3 years ago by Fizzadar
Quickly pushed out the Chrome extension, which can be found on the tools page.
log #12, posted 3 years ago by Fizzadar
It took way too long, but I've finally got some bookmarklet links setup.
There's also a proper homepage, decent login buttons, and a getting started guide.
log #11, posted 3 years ago by Fizzadar
Back coding today; lots of little bug-fixes and clearing up. Marked a few more things to code also.
log #10, posted 3 years ago by Fizzadar
I uploaded the new design today. Bit messy in places and still needs lots more work, but a huge improvement on the previous design.
This one makes it feel more like an app, which it is essentially.
log #9, posted 3 years ago by Fizzadar
I've added a "view private" option to bookmarks.
The Google Chrome plugin is now almost finished, it's stable and I moved the icon from the standard position to the location bar, right next to the built in bookmark star (except yummymarks icon looks nicer!). I wish it was possible to disable the standard star.
log #7, posted 3 years ago by Fizzadar
We have a Delicious importer! Unfortunately I've been forced to use the public feed of a username because the API servers are broken (oh, yahoo).
I've also added a few little things around, a few speed improvements I hope too. Slowly yummymarks is coming together.
log #6, posted 3 years ago by Fizzadar
Been working on my screenshot server today, stopping it generating blank images, and fixed an issue with some sites.
Still really needs a queue system, rather than just running the command over and over until it works which is what it does currently.
log #5, posted 3 years ago by Fizzadar
Welcome to the dev log, hopefully I can keep some kind of log here, even if most of it is internal info.