on 31 Oct 2009 14:19
on 30 Oct 2009 19:46
Wikidot.com originated in the lovely Polish city of Torun, which is famous for its stunning brick architectures, and lively nightlife. Today, of course, Wikidot.com is a global community, with most members coming from English speaking countries, especially America. So the original quaint language and spelling has started to look unprofessional.
on 29 Oct 2009 15:51
While free private sites are limited to five members, Wikidot.com has offered universities and schools the option of unlimited private sites for their classes and courses. Now, we've decided to make it really simple to get an educational site. In your site manager Access policy page, just click the "educational upgrade" link, enter your school or university name, and description of project, and click "Please upgrade my site now".
on 28 Oct 2009 12:23
Today we saw the birth of a new Iron Giant template, for photo albums. This is Brunhilda's first reusable Wikidot application and it's worth checking out because it's so easy to use, and elegantly designed. I'm happy to award Brunhilda a well-earned brown belt for this achievement. One step closer to that coveted black belt, Brunhilda! :-)
on 28 Oct 2009 10:57
This morning we finished an upgrade of Wikidot.com's database hardware to new servers that are faster than ever. This was so boring and uneventful that there was not a blip on the radar. All you will see is that Wikidot.com is now faster, that complex pages return faster, and that even under much heavier load, Wikidot.com will continue to run Fast & Smooth.
on 27 Oct 2009 08:28
on 25 Oct 2009 20:16