ThinkUp 1.0.8 now available
ThinkUp 1.0.8 fixes the bug that caused a continual “Error starting crawler; another crawl is already in progress” message. It significantly speeds up dashboard rendering, especially on installations with large datasets. Finally, it prepares ThinkUp to handle Facebook’s new automatic application authorization expiration policy. As of this release, when ThinkUp’s Facebook authorization expires (every 60 days), ThinkUp will email users an alert to re-authorize the account so ThinkUp can continue capturing data, plus more. Check out the changelog for complete details.
This release contains 22 commits by 3 authors (1 first-timer!) and a total of 9,192 passing tests. It also includes 43,314 words of application documentation. The complete version diff is here.
Congratulations to Matthew for getting his first patch accepted into ThinkUp this release. Thanks (and welcome back!) to CVi as well.
As always, let us know if you have any problems with the update to 1.0.8 on the project mailing list.