Your gaming preferences are not part of the profile anymore. Furthermore you can now control who can see your real name and the place you provided in your privacy settings. What's new is that those can be public to make it easier for your friends to find you. The default behaviour however the same as it is now - both will only be shown to your friends. If you'd like to share them with everybody else go to your privacy settings and flip those switches!
There's also a new switch to control if people can find you by searching for a location. That's not currently a feature but you can already decide if you want to turn that on or not. If Meeple Party ever gets location search you will be easier to find that way, but you should have the power to control that.
This is what I consider the complete version of the Meeple Party MVP. That means going forward there will be some housekeeping stuff and then Meeple Party will be open to everyone! After that I will first focus on stability, quality and maintainability; mostly stuff happening in the background most of you will not notice. I learned most of the technologies I used by using them and did some ... not exactly optimal things. I know, people don't like to hear about optimizations (developers on the other hand often would like to do nothing else - we're kind of bad at doing actual work to be honest) but I assure you that this will make iterating Meeple Party and creating new features much easier and faster in the future.
Talking about new features, there's already some things lined up I'd like to do next (in no particular order):
If you'd like to help shape Meeple Party hop over to the GitHub page and join the conversation. Or just unceremoniously build the things you'd like to see yourself if you have the means to do so. I'm currently also setting up a Discord server where you can have a quick chat with me or your fellow Meeplers. Are we doing this? "Meeplers"? Does that sound right? Anyway, the Discord server is fresh from the digital oven and currently pretty bland. I will change that in the next few weeks. You can also follow the project on Mastodon or just write me an e-mail the oldschool way.