ChangeLog / What's New?
Futunk is a creative project by Rob Kaper, a fellow runner.
Balancing work, training, running races, and my social life all impact the time I can allocate to develop and maintain this website.
Futunk is currently in its
pre-launch phase. Development occurs
within a restricted development environment. Consequently, for now, I spend
minimal time on posting updates regarding bug fixes or new features.
Nevertheless, here's a consie preview of the changes (compared to my personal website) set to come into effect upon the official launch that will take effect upon launch:
My personal profile will be updated with all training runs and races from April 2023 onward, marking the point when updates to my personal website ceased.
User registrations, encompassing both e-mail and Google single sign-on options, will be introduced. Users will be able to follow each other and view fellow user's activities within a Feed. This feature, naturally, will incorporate robust privacy controls, ensuring a secure and comfortable experience. Interactions such as likes and comments will also be enabled.
Personal Records have been relocated to a dedicated page. This section includes an overview of best achievements for each year.
A dedicated Statistics page will now feature the
Last 7/30 dayschart. This page will additionally provide detailed breakdowns per year, as well as per shoe, activity type and city/country.
Activity pages have undergone enhancements, including the addition of notes, an image gallery and weather data. For events, your results from other editions will also be accessible.
Profiles include a Personal Heatmap, showing every single track, road and path ran in a beautiful map.
Event pages are currently under development. This functionality will enable users to identify upcoming events and integrate them into their personal calendars. Additionally, the event results of others users will be made available.
Result pages now include 'DNS' entries, signifying instances where users were registered but ultimately did not partake. Recognising that injuries and taking breaks are a natural part of running, this feature acknowledges the good intentions behind such entries.