by michal-frackowiak on 25 Nov 2010 12:49


Thanksgiving is a great day. It is about tradition, history, family, but most importantly — about realizing what we are really thankful for in our lives.

We live and work in Poland, but Wikidot is a global project. Over 90% of our users and clients come from abroad and we often feel we participate in national holidays all over the world, despite cultural diversity, historical differences and political boundaries.

The same applies to Thanksgiving — here, in Poland it's not a tradition at all, but we get the spirit of this holiday and take this day as an opportunity to share our gratitude for things that happen in our lives. And there are a lot of such things.

by Gabrys on 19 Nov 2010 13:37


From the early days of Wikidot, it's been a service that relies heavily on free and open source software. This was one of the most important thing that made it so successful. Without free and open source software we wouldn't manage to create and maintain this service so well.

The most important open source we use on our servers is:

by TeRq on 16 Nov 2010 11:37


As DataForms seem to be problematic for Wikidot users we wish to present you a small tutorial — how to create an editable table using Forms. As an example we will create a catalog of weapons for an online game.

Let's start!

1. Things you need:

by Squark on 05 Nov 2010 10:53


We'd like to ask you what is your perfect office you'd like to work in? What utilities or gadgets would you like to have at your workplace? What is necessary for you to get up early in the morning and go to the work with a smile on your face just like we do?

It's a well known fact that a bit of fun at work makes people less stressed and more productive. You can easily increase people's self-esteem and state of mind by making their environment inspiringly vibrant, relaxing and soothing.

Take a look for example at Google HQ. Probably it is a best place to work in on earth. Nevertheless, of course our place is much better than theirs :)

by michal-frackowiak on 03 Nov 2010 11:37

We are planning a short service maintenance to upgrade software on Wikidot servers. The maintenance is planned for Saturday, 6th November, from 8.00 to 11.00 AM UTC.