by pieterh on 28 Jul 2009 08:47

It's Tuesday, again, and that means it's time for the Tuesday Rant. This is the thread where you get to complain to us, and we get to ignore you totally without even reading your comments. Just kidding - we read every comment carefully before totally ignoring it.

by pieterh on 28 Jul 2009 08:17

I just updated my Gmail filter to send traffic from the new project to my Wikidot Community label. Gmail said, "Updating 17,000 conversations". That's the number of conversations (not emails, but threads) that have happened on the various Wikidot community sites since I started following them all about three months ago.

by pieterh on 24 Jul 2009 20:02

Something that's happening quite regularly now is (a) someone suggests new feature or change and (b) I realize we've already got a detailed design that covers this feature, in our internal issue tracker, and (c) I explain what we want to make, and regret not telling that person in advance.

by pieterh on 24 Jul 2009 09:14

You'll have noticed that there is a very common stone-and-sand pattern: person A writes something, and people B, C, and D discuss it. Such a common pattern, but still hard to use when the discussion gets long.

by pieterh on 23 Jul 2009 20:26

Today, a question to those using Wikidot for ongoing projects. Do you make a distinction between discussions written in sand, and those written in stone? And if so, how do you make this distinction using Wikidot?

by pieterh on 22 Jul 2009 17:16

Last week I offered five pro accounts to people who had contributed in some special way to Wikidot.

by pieterh on 22 Jul 2009 14:18

A bunch of small changes to the toolbars will be pushed out today: