I’m the same, but am now really glad that I didn’t put a # on any of my data classification tags…
Thinking of the myriad of reasons someone might add a #hashtag to a datapoint’s comment without intending it to be a milestone, maybe we should choose a different sigil to explicitly mark milestones.
Unrelated: earlier this week I could have #multiple #tags in a single datapoint and they’d both display. Now only the first tag in each datapoint is displayed, so I can have multiple per day but only if they’re on separate datapoints.
Figured it out! It worked for me because my tests were like “#one blah blah #two” and my regex failed if it was just “#one#two”. (See my previous post with the regex for details if for some reason you care.)
I absolutely LOVE this feature. It’s one of those things I didn’t know I wanted, but now can’t imagine not having. I can’t wait to figure out all of the ways I’m going to use it. Having the ability to, say, visually display when I made a change to the requirements of a graph, when I invoked the fine print, when I did a major retroratchet (<-- reducing the number of safe days), when the graph was frozen o archived, when I went on vacation… I can think of about twenty thousand uses and they’re all awesome. I think it’s the best thing since sliced bread.
[edit: I did have one concern about it, but I’ve emailed @dreev about that already.]
Thanks for asking! I got daunted by the amount of work involved, noticed the value of being able to point to potentially sensitive user data in GitHub issues, etc, and was generally feeling uncertain about how important it was. I didn’t want to abandon the idea either, so I just scheduled a long break. It starts sloping up again in June…
I started with #18th-political-thought as my desired hashtag (since the sull title of the book is “The Cambridge History of Eighteenth-Century Political Thought”) but I have amended it so it no longer starts with a number or contains dashes.
I used a regex tester to the regex above ((?:^|\s)(#[a-zA-Z]\w+)(?=$|\s)) and it matches on #political_thought_18thC.