A small, but helpful feature that’s been a long time coming is the ability to edit a players game statistics. Previously if you needed to modify a statistic for a player, you’d have to delete all of the players stats for a game and then re-enter the stats again. Now though, you can simply edit the desired stats and save – no need to remember what stats were entered before.
We released a new feature today which adds roster deadlines to seasons.
League admins who want to restrict roster additions after a particular date can now do it by setting this date when creating or editing a season. Admins can still modify rosters after the deadline, but team reps will not be able to.
If you don’t need to lockdown rosters then leave the date empty and everything will work as it did before.
We’ve added Tackle Football as a new sport. We’ve also added new stats for both Tackle and Flag football. You can turn them on under the Admin -> General -> Manage Statistics page.
We forgot to write a post about this, but we’ve added the ability to customize the standings view. You can now change the column titles and show or hide select columns.
Last night I attended the Winnipeg .NET user group to take part in a “Smackdown” between ASP.Net MVC and my beloved Ruby on Rails. As instructed, I brought a helmet and a bulletproof vest, but it turns out the .NET group was way more friendly than advertised! It was a lot of fun and I hope people enjoyed it.
James Chambers was a great co-presenter and I had a lot of fun comparing the frameworks with him!
So who won?
At this month’s Winnipeg .Net User Group meetup, I’ll be participating in a “smackdown” between Ruby on Rails and ASP.net MVC.