Today's release of Review Board 3.0.3 focuses on a series of fixes and improvements for avatars, diffs for comments, extension packaging, and a few other things. The big highlights are with the new avatar upload UI and stability improvements.
It's now easier to upload custom avatars. The UI has been completely redone, and gives you a better idea of how your avatar will look. Simply drag-and-drop any image to upload it.
We've also fixed a handful of problems with custom avatar backends, to prevent them from occasionally disappearing or not being used. If you're building custom backends, we're interested in hearing if you're encountering any problems with this release.
Some other things we've fixed
- The Review Request API resource now includes the number of issues pending verification.
- Diffs shown alongside comments work once again under Python 2.7.6 and older.
- Subversion support is no longer broken when using modern versions of Subvertpy.
- Extensions providing LessCSS stylesheets will now package correctly when including stylesheets outside the extension.
For the full list of changes, see the release notes.