Change Request improvements

In this week's update, the focus was on finalising the change request improvements from the weeks before and planning towards the next milestone.

The change request process on FrontierNav should now be intuitive enough that anyone can take ownership of specific wikis without me being involved. So, if you're interested, let me know. There's some work remaining around giving people admin permissions, but I'll prioritise that when there's interest.

What's next

As per the plans for 2023, for the next milestone I'll be introducing wiki articles. The work here was partially started a few years ago so it should be relatively simple. Once that's done, I can finally work on improving FrontierNav's layout system, especially on mobile.

Of course, I'll continue improving existing features like the maps, tables and completion tracking too as needed. So if you have any suggestions, let me know.

Beyond those plans, FrontierNav is at a stage now where it's so large that I'll need to spend some time formalising workflows and automating more tests. It'll also benefit from more eyes and hands to improve its wide range of features. Which is why I've started organising the project towards becoming open source again, this time with more clear intent. This will also help push forward decentralisation efforts where multiple instances of FrontierNav "sites" can communicate and share information with each other rather than having a single "frontiernav.net" hosting everything.

Other changes


Check out the current plans for 2023. To help drive FrontierNav, don't forget to share your feedback and suggestions.

Thanks for reading.