Life in the Wikidot wonderland never stops. We have private categories working in test (and some of you have already played with those), and we're pushing ahead with data form support, a major feature that has lots of us very excited. At the same time, we're looking at making the editor interface simpler and better. And so on: the Wikidot roadmap stretches seemingly forever. But now and then small things happen that make life just… sweet.
I handle the support emails for Wikidot, which I think every CEO should do because it's the best way to know what users are having problems with. Mostly, it's with registration and lost passwords, due to firewalls, browser configs, or other gremlins.
And sometimes, an email like this lands in my inbox. Tesse Livingston upgraded to a Pro+ account and then wrote me:
Thank you Pieter. I am very happy to have found Wikidot to host my game site on. I love the functionality and the community spirit really keeps me striving to improve my site and contribute back. My members are always impressed with the look and ease of using our wiki. The tech support is awesome too. So here is a huge thanks to you and your team for all your work.
:-) Thanks too, Tesse, and thanks to all of you who make Wikidot such a great place to be.
By the way, Tesse's site is http://remnantz.wikidot.com/