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4:17 PM
Jon Ericson on June 18, 2019

Analytical

Documentation badges

Tumbleweed and Reversal

Julia Silge’s analysis demonstrated that the Tumbleweed badge wasn’t serving its purpose.

Meg Risdal is our Product Manager who led us to make these changes.

Jane Willborn wrote the code.

Nick Craver made sure the Lifejacket and Lifeboat triggers don’t break the site.

Ben Voigt suggested the trigger we used first for Winter Bash hats and now for two new badges.

A bunch of people tested those triggers on our sites and prodded us to keep considering something like these new badges. We also got a bunch of feedback about Reversal and especially Tumbleweed that helped us understand how they worked in practice. We’ve got an amazing community here! …

 
 
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6:33 PM
posted on June 18, 2019 by marybaum

WordPress 5.2.2 is now available! This maintenance release fixes 13 bugs and adds a little bit of polish to the Site Health feature that made its debut in 5.2. For more info, browse the full list of changes on Trac or check out the Version 5.2.2 documentation page. WordPress 5.2.2 is a short-cycle maintenance release. The next […]

 
7:20 PM
Stack Exchange updates: Migrations are no longer marked \"rejected\" if the stub on the original site has been deleted (m
posted on June 04, 2019

Migrations are no longer marked "rejected" if the stub on the original site has been deleted (migration stubs are automatically deleted after 30 days), or as a result of the migrated (destination) question's deletion if it was closed as a duplicate or merged before being deleted.

Stack Exchange updates: The Reversal and Tumbleweed badges were retired. \"Lifejacket\" and \"Lifeboat\" take their place
posted on June 18, 2019

The Reversal and Tumbleweed badges were retired. "Lifejacket" and "Lifeboat" take their place. Also, there is a new section in the /badges page of each site that lists all retired badges: these two, Analytical, and the three Documentation badges that were retained.

 

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