Of course there's nothing about those changes in the official blog post, you have to read Eugen's personal Patreon page:
"the profile directory feature has been severely underused ... It will now federate, i.e. include opted-in users from other servers in the directory, which will now be available in the logged-in web interface ... Visually, it will now feature prominent follow buttons, include a line of the bio text, and users' header images."
There's some great stuff in here, including some in-browser OCR for image descriptions, and stronger moderation tools.
The user profile page is not one of those improvements.
Right so there is some info about the changes in version 3 here:
...and in more detail here:
The second link has things kinda back to front in my view so don't be discouraged by all the API talk at the top, the admin tools are described at the bottom.
@alissa I know you already have too much on your TBR pile but I’ll have to lend you this too when you’re here: https://www.penguinrandomhouse.com/books/600433/being-numerous-by-natasha-lennard/ I’m reading it now and it’s awesome.
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Australians applying for work: fill out a twenty-page selection criteria document, interview, it goes into the void
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