Dear friends, as you may have noticed, Mokum now supports line breaks (e.g., /squadette/1972805). Allow me to explain some details behind the implementation of that feature: а) line breaks are enabled with the flag "options -> Linebreaks". When you're editing the post on desktop, you can press Shift-Enter, and the line breaks will be enabled automatically. When the line breaks are enabled, you can submit form with Ctrl-Enter or with the usual "Post to..." button. If you're on mobile device, you will have to first enable the flag, then you can use "return" button on your screen keyboard to add new line.
Calendar view for feed pages (both users and groups) was just released: e.g., https://mokum.place/squadette/calendar (or https://mokum.place/changelog/calendar as an example of group). You can find the link to the calendar view on feeds pages. Calendar includes your primary feed, private subfeed if you have one, "for your eyes only" posts and Friendfeed archive (if you have one imported). Only feeds that you have access to are counted in the calendar.
You can now enable "Allow direct messages from anyone" checkbox on your settings page (https://mokum.place/settings). Also, if your account is private and someone is subscribed to your account, they can also send you direct messages even if you're not subscribed to them.
There is now an experimental burger menu on phones. Currently it's prototype-quality, but more items will be added, and hopefully we'll make it be more usable. Please report if you it gives you any trouble or if you have suggestions.
Another batch of important on-going fixes was deployed. With luck it should not affect anything for now, but please report if it breaks for you. The ultimate goal is to have some more improvements in visual performance of Mokum.
Small improvements in the sidebar: a) if you use subscription lists (https://mokum.place/settings/sublists) they are shown in the right column; b) "Subscription requests" block was reimplemented with more popups on user and group names; c) "Manage > Subscription lists".
Text input forms were completely rewritten and should not cause any more issues with scrolling. Please test, especially if you use non-mainstream browsers (@app103?).
Mokum now transparently supports uploading Webp files. For normal people (tm) it means that you will have less trouble uploading more files from Android devices and sharing some pages via bookmarklet or extension.
You can now search in Mokum texts (k-texts), using https://mokum.place/ks. Also, when you search for posts, there is now a link suggesting to search in texts, e.g.: https://mokum.place/ks?q=amsterdam. Texts could be created in https://mokum.place/k with arguably rudimentary interface, but useful for quick stash of texts that are longer than a post. (Tnx to @markizko for implementing this.)
We're starting to move Mokum to the new server. There will be a brief period when the site will be read-only, and maybe there will be some downtime. Please stay calm. Update: we're running on a single server for now.
I've just rolled out big clean up, removing lots of very old frontend code. Almost nothing should change, except that Mokum should now load a bit faster. Statistics pages at https://mokum.place/about/stats and https://mokum.place/about/online were reimplemented to get rid of old tech. If you notice something broken, please report.
More updates after additional testing: a) page is visually stable when you are writing new post; b) improved visual presentation of server communication progress, based on suggestions from @1master.