Just rolled out emoji support in issue descriptions and comments. What it means is that you’re able to write :heart: and have it replaced with the emoji representation when the content is being rendered. It also means that you can write an emoji Unicode character your self and Bitboard will convert it to a :name: representation.

Other than that the last couple of weeks I have been migrating the entire system to a new server structure. We do no longer only have a single server running everything. Now different parts of Bitboard is spread across servers. This means that if the user-facing web interface breaks we can still receive webhook events. It makes me sleep better at night 🙂