In my (very scarce!) free time I have completely rewritten the site that hosts the registry for the VIC 1001 and VIC 20. If you’re interested in the technical details, the previous site was written from scratch in php, while now it’s based on the Laravel framework.
Besides the different “engine”, the new site brings some improvements for the users and under the hood. Here’s what’s new:
- you can (finally!) edit your profile;
- a new page lets you view in a thorough way all the details of a single VIC;
- the registry table is now full width;
- revision of all the texts, some descriptions of the VIC details are more precise;
- rewritten some help text on the “add your VIC” page;
- added a page with some statistics for the data in the registry: VICs location, motherboard type, country of production;
- the filter you choose on the registry page is shown more clearly;
- added some information about privacy;
- added a contact me page;
- registration now needs a confirmation of the email address to avoid mistakes and spam.
The accounts have been migrated on the new site; all the users need to request a password reset (Login › Forgot Your Password?) and click the link in the email.
As for privacy, the summary is: registration data, VIC data and cookies are only used to make the site work; there is no tracking or profiling.
The new site is available at the same address of the previous one: cbmvic.net. If you didn’t already, register and add your VICs! The more, the better :-)
If you have some suggestions, add a comment or contact me.