If you share a stats.gallery link on social media like Twitter, Discord, and Telegram, you can see user overview cards.
Along with an integrated Tweet button and embed-friendly widgets, your stats.gallery profile is ready to be shared!
We’re happy to announce that stats.gallery now has leaderboards, where you can view the most active (by score) and richest NEAR accounts on mainnet!
Designed by the amazing @danpodkovko, this widget shows a user-friendly, digestible overview of an account’s activity. Check it out!
- Server-side rendering. Faster loading, better SEO, and enables those spiffy user cards we saw earlier!
- Switched from Apache Echarts to Highcharts for better documentation, friendlier API, and easier to integrate with SSR.
- Even better caching, so scores, etc. will load even faster!
stats.gallery has been my day-to-day the past few months, but it’s starting to grow larger than my ability to maintain it as a single developer. There are a lot of features we want to add, and we would love your help with them!
If any of these ideas sounds like something you’d like to help with or be a part of, please contact me. Ping me on Discord (Hatchet#3793) if you have any questions about this process and how to get started.
This is the best place to start. If you have an idea for a new badge, please submit a new badge request.
Of course, the idea is just the beginning. If you’re a developer wanting to get involved, you may want to implement a new badge. Explore some of the open badge requests and pick one to create. Keep in mind that a new badge requires both client-side and server-side work, so don’t forget to create a PR on the server repo along with one on the main repo.
Get the official stats.gallery user card as an NFT collectible on your wallet!
We can make it even easier to use stats.gallery by adding on-chain goals and progress tracking. Do you really want that elusive “Powertrain” badge? Mark it as a goal to declare that goal on-chain.
Advertising, monitoring, marketing… the possibilities are endless!
There are many different types of accounts on the network, and some of the information that stats.gallery shows could be more relevant if it detected what sort of account it was displaying. For example:
- Regular users
This is really my final goal for stats.gallery: that I can pass it off to the community to live and thrive as its own DAO. We’re interviewing for DAO members! Specifically, we’re looking for people with excellent software development skills and very high standards of quality.