At 26 february 2015 Wijs and Sumocoders teamed up to work a full day on improving Fork CMS. We gathered in a room and started coding, some developers paired to fix issues, others reviewed the Pull Requests, while other were integrating tests!
Since our 3.8.5 release, we've added a nice new feature for the marketing focussed sites build on Fork CMS. Google's Sitelinks Search box has been added. This snippet makes sure users will be able to use the search functionality from your Fork CMS website in the search results from Google itself.
Our core technical people have a meeting each month to discuss new implementations, merge pull-requests and view open issues. Last meeting in December, while reviewing the pull-requests we came across an implementation of Jeroen Desloovere about notifying profiles, see #971.
His changes would affect the way you can edit profiles in the backend. It adds new settings which allow an admin and the profile to get notified when a profile changes. A nice new feature!
During the review we stumbled into a new discussion about the functionality of changing passwords of a profile in the backend. Some argued it would be enough if you could reset a password. In this way the administrator would never know the password of a profile which is a very nice security principle.
What do you think, should an administrator be able to edit a password? Or just have the ability to do a reset?