Welcome to the monthly round-up for KeepTheScore. You may not know this but KeepTheScore is a one-man show. It's one guy (me) doing the coding, the support, the design -- and writing this newsletter.
Here's what I got done in July:
Added team logos for live sports scoreboards
Our sports scoreboards have been getting a lot of attention recently: attention from users and attention from me.
After enabling custom colors for each team last month, it is now possible to set a logo per team too.
Remember, this scoreboard type can easily be integrated into a live stream.
✋ Restricted access
Up till now, each scoreboard or leaderboard had 2 levels of "access":
- You either had admin access which means you could change everything, including resetting the board and deleting players. Or
- You had read access, which means you couldn't change anything.
However, what people often asked for is something inbetween: the ability to add scores without being able to change or edit the board otherwise. This feature is now complete! Read more about it here.
Other interesting things worth mentioning:
- I wrote a blog post explaining why I used the Python language to create Keepthescore.
- I've been working on a great client project these past few months. It allows you to putt (as in golf ⛳) ️against your friends via video call, whilst keeping track of some basic stats. Check it out here: Pressureputts.com.
That's all folks
Let me know your thoughts on the above or anything else... just reply to this mail.
So long for now,