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Thank you #147

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amingilani opened this Issue Nov 4, 2017 · 8 comments

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amingilani commented Nov 4, 2017

Hey @jhund

This isn't an issue. I just wanted to take the time and say thank you for creating this library. It's saved me hours and hours of work every single time I've worked on a project. Thank you.

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@amingilani thank you for taking the time to reach out! I'm glad to hear that you are getting value out of Filterrific. And I appreciate your appreciation.

Your comment was the trigger I needed to work on long overdue updates to Filterrific. New release coming soon!

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jhund commented Nov 4, 2017

@amingilani thank you for taking the time to reach out! I'm glad to hear that you are getting value out of Filterrific. And I appreciate your appreciation.

Your comment was the trigger I needed to work on long overdue updates to Filterrific. New release coming soon!

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nixpulvis Nov 4, 2017

No, thank you!

nixpulvis commented Nov 4, 2017

No, thank you!

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igorescobar Nov 4, 2017

That's awesome @amingilani! Very nice of you!

igorescobar commented Nov 4, 2017

That's awesome @amingilani! Very nice of you!

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hewrin Nov 4, 2017

Thanks from me too @jhund, Your work literally helps put food on the table for me

hewrin commented Nov 4, 2017

Thanks from me too @jhund, Your work literally helps put food on the table for me

jhund added a commit that referenced this issue Nov 4, 2017

Updated copyright year: Filterrific is alive.
* We don’t want to miss 2017 alltogether.
* Thanks to [@amingilani](#147) for the appreciation.
* Thanks to HN for the [great comments](https://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=15623604)

@mandx mandx referenced this issue Nov 29, 2017

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Thank you! #614

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brendon Dec 19, 2017

@jhund, can we help put food on the table for you too? :) Do you have a paypal account for accepting donations?

brendon commented Dec 19, 2017

@jhund, can we help put food on the table for you too? :) Do you have a paypal account for accepting donations?

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@brendon Thanks for asking about donations. I prefer not to add financial transactions to the whole mix of balancing an open source project. If you want to contribute, why don't you pay it forward to a person or cause you care about?

I am getting close to releasing an update to Filterrific, paving the road for easier updates in the future. I have been struggling with maintaining Rails backwards compatibility. My plan is to have dedicated branches for each supported Rails major version: 3.x, 4.x, and 5.x. I hope that this will untangle some of the complexity and make it easier for all of us to keep Filterrific up-to-date.

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jhund commented Dec 30, 2017

@brendon Thanks for asking about donations. I prefer not to add financial transactions to the whole mix of balancing an open source project. If you want to contribute, why don't you pay it forward to a person or cause you care about?

I am getting close to releasing an update to Filterrific, paving the road for easier updates in the future. I have been struggling with maintaining Rails backwards compatibility. My plan is to have dedicated branches for each supported Rails major version: 3.x, 4.x, and 5.x. I hope that this will untangle some of the complexity and make it easier for all of us to keep Filterrific up-to-date.

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brendon Dec 31, 2017

No worries @jhund, that sounds like a great idea :) Great also to hear about your progress.

brendon commented Dec 31, 2017

No worries @jhund, that sounds like a great idea :) Great also to hear about your progress.

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Rubioli Sep 1, 2018

I also want to take the time to thank you. I used it for the first time for a client and OMG, more I implement a new filter, more it makes sense. Such a great gem.

I ended up adding 5 more new filters for the client, just because it was so fun to implement them ;)

Rubioli commented Sep 1, 2018

I also want to take the time to thank you. I used it for the first time for a client and OMG, more I implement a new filter, more it makes sense. Such a great gem.

I ended up adding 5 more new filters for the client, just because it was so fun to implement them ;)

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