Revision history for WWW-AdventCalendar

1.112     2015-11-22 16:35:19-05:00 America/New_York
        - provide slightly better errors when articles are missing required
          headers

1.111     2014-02-18 07:50:05-05:00 America/New_York
        - add --year-links to add links to prev/next years' calendars
          (thanks, Len Jaffe!)

1.110     2013-12-19 22:34:26-0500 America/New_York
          fix encoding problem introduced by bugfix in Mixin::Linewise

1.109     2013-10-21 22:19:50 America/New_York
          update bugtracker and repo metadata

1.108     2011-12-27 17:53:09 America/New_York
          do not consider days "missing" unless they're in the calendar period

1.107     2011-12-21 08:00:23 America/New_York
          make "credit.mhtml" its own template

1.106     2011-12-19 16:45:30 America/New_York
          call article authors "authors" in the Atom, not "contributors"

          use a strict, optimized %color hash for the color palette

1.105     2011-12-07 08:54:55 America/New_York
          only put the author's name in the feed, not email address

          include an HTML comment with the generating version in output

          don't call our Atom feed an RSS feed

1.104     2011-11-30 17:39:06 America/New_York
          css_href config option allows extra CSS hrefs to be added to output

          author gravatars are now included by default

          minor tweaks to global CSS

1.103     2011-11-08 10:56:49 America/New_York
          added article author and calendar's default_author

1.102     2011-11-03 10:50:59 America/New_York
          an article's "package" is now called its "topic" -- this will break
          your advent calendar, if you exist and have written one

1.101     2011-11-02 14:03:13 America/New_York
          The style sheet is now a template, using Color::Palette for picking
          colors to use.  The default color palette was imported from the 2009
          RJBS Advent Calendar.  A new palette can be provided in the [Palette]
          config section.

          The "subtitle" option is now "tagline" to avoid ambiguities with the
          Article formatting.

1.100     2011-10-07 18:58:51 America/New_York
          The start_date and end_date parameters can be provided for periods
          other than Advent.  This feature is still young and has a bunch of
          arbitrary restrictions.  Among other things, the date range may not
          cross a month boundary.

          A "subtitle" option has been added for the text in the bar below the
          main title.

          The default templates will be used if custom templates are not found.

          The default templates no longer have "RJBS Advent Calendar"
          hardcoded.

          The default favicon is no longer "rjbs."  Instead, it's a nice little
          Christmas tree from http://www.favicon.cc/?action=icon&file_id=11923

          The default calendar template no longer displays a year and month
          label.

          The templates can now access the WWW::AdventCalendar object as
          $calendar.

          Like everybody else, I used DateTime math incorrectly.  The "days
          until the first door" only worked accurately if there was less than a
          month to go.  This has been fixed.

1.002     2011-08-04 10:13:00 America/New_York
          L<> links now go to metacpan by default

1.001     2010-12-08 09:21:11 America/New_York
          correct some encoding boundary bugs

1.000     2010-11-22 18:29:22 America/New_York
          updated for Config::MVP v2

          fix bugs that prevent rebuilding of last year's calendar

0.100160  2010-01-16 15:39:53 America/New_York
          add configure_requires needed to build!

0.100080  2010-01-08 07:41:51 America/New_York
          require File::Path 2.07 (thanks, ANDK)

0.100010  2010-01-01 18:29:55 America/New_York

0.093580  2009-12-24 21:24:48 America/New_York
          first release!