JMM has gone through a lot of changes over the past couple of months, both with JMM itself and as you might of noticed, the website as well. Before I go into detail about the new website and other changes lets talk about the new version of JMM!
With each release, we'll cover a few of the new additions or changes but for a complete listing, check out the changelog.
The biggest change with Version 188.8.131.52 is the long awaited addition of Kodi support with the Nakamori Plugin! This was made possible by BigRetroMike, a member of our community who developed and maintains the Nakamori plugin. For installing instructions and general Nakamori usage check out the Nakamori documentation by clicking on Documentation in the above menu and selecting Nakamori. BigRetroMike is always looking for feedback on how to improve Nakamori so if you find anything wrong with it or would like to see a feature added, head over to the Nakamori Github page.
There's been a lot of discussion over the past couple of months over JMM's hashing speed, with Version 184.108.40.206 this discussion can be put to rest as hashing speeds have been improved.
Here are some examples of the previous hashing speed.
Here are some examples of the improved hashing speed
If you are still experiencing problems, please open a issue on GitHub so we can help.
Some new options were added to the Delete Action function under AniDB MyList Options. Double-check your settings as your selected option might have changed, additionally if you hover over the drop-down box the tooltip has been updated explaining what each option does.
Just by reading this you can see our new website for JMM. The biggest reason for moving away from GitHub Pages to a self-hosting solution is it allows us to have more control over the website and do what we want. WordPress (the CMS we're using) provides us with a lot more functionality then we had before and it's extremely easy to use, something that will be important for us going forward which we'll cover in a future blog post. The biggest loss however is the ability for anyone to submit a update to the website, while we're working on an alternative solution you can always contact ElementalCrisis on Discord if you'd like to help.
The website is still being worked on and improved, if you noticed any problems or have suggestions then please send a message to ElementalCrisis on Discord. You can also expect a complete refresh to every page in the coming weeks, there's lot of information to update and new information to add.
We've already met a lot of you and it's been fantastic! For the rest of you that still haven't joined us in our Discord channel, come on over! It's the best place for the staff and community to talk, you can also get instant help and meet new people! Click on Chat With Us to join our server, it takes less than a minute to create a Discord account, which you can use on any Discord server.
That's it for this blog post, we'll continue to provide update information in addition to general JMM information using this blog so check back often!