on 28 Nov 2009 14:42
This morning I discovered James' Kanjo's excellent MP3 player for Wikidot, which is based on work done by Helmuti, Squark, and Piotr. Just add one line of code to your page, and upload an MP3 song (something you recorded in the shower, maybe), and your Wikidot site comes to life!
on 26 Nov 2009 11:47
Today is, for our American friends, Thanksgiving. Historically, it's got something to do with turkey and corn, I think. Today, this is the day when friends and family gather to celebrate the American Dream, eat and drink, and prepare for Black Friday, the greatest shopping day ever. So I hear.
on 25 Nov 2009 19:49
scottplan writes, "[Head, meet keyboard…] rebygv67um" in response to my idea of starting a new bug tracker. The argument of "invest in existing structures" vs. "experiment with new structures" is one we've had several times, and will continue to have as long as Wikidot lets people start new sites with one click.
on 25 Nov 2009 11:34
on 24 Nov 2009 09:33
Eighteen Tuesdays later… and we're still ranting. When I began using Wikidot three years ago for the CAPSoff website, I was user number 99. This month we hit 400,000 users. This is like finding a nice little valley, setting up a few tents and a campfire, and three years later, finding that the campsite has turned into a city.
on 16 Nov 2009 20:22
Technically, at least in this part of the globe, it's still Monday. However, since tomorrow I find myself on a trip to London, it's time for the Tuesday Rant, which is that section of the blog where you tell us all the stuff you are unhappy about with Wikidot. To misquote the sages of olden times, Then, shalt thou wait until Tuesday, not later, no earlier. Tuesday shalt be the day thou shalt rant, and the day of the ranting shalt be Tuesday. Thursday thou shalt not rant, nor either ranteth thou Monday, excepting very late in the evening, perhaps around 10pm, and then only if Pieter has launched the blog post early. Friday is right out.
on 12 Nov 2009 13:38
The new cross-site includes feature lets you include the source of one page into another. We're finding lots of use for this powerful extension to normal includes, which used to work only inside one site. I'm going to show you a simple way of getting a live 'view' of another page.