Voting starts in March for the Drupal Association Board election.
In the mean-time, a couple of features have been introduced. See the CHANGELOG for an accurate list of commits.
- First, and foremost: Clock now depends on Libraries API. For now it is not a hard requirement (in that Clock still works without it) but that will change in the future. So be sure to get Libraries API to save yourself some worries in the future.
- Related to the previous change is the fact that the location of the jQuery Timers library has changed to sites/all/libraries/jquerytimers/jquery.timers.js. As with the previous one, this change is not (yet) mandatory, but strongly advised.
- You can now display the Clock in the "Local time zone" which is the time zone of the operating system of the visiting user. Beware: This is not the same thing, as "User time zone".
- Clock module now ships with an extensive help text, which you can access in the usual Drupal help area.