At some point we'd like to offer an instant "Tweet my wiki" function that sends out all notifications to a Twitter account. In the meantime, Lukasz explains how he connected this blog's RSS feed to the Wikidot Twitter account:
I created an account on twitterfeed.com and added the RSS feed as the source of tweets. Then I configured the way the tweet is built: "New blog post: %%title%%, [link shortened by bit.ly]".
A bunch of other fixes we've rolled out over the last days:
- You can now properly remove meta data tags if you're a free or pro-lite user.
- Site thumbnails are properly refreshed.
- Incremental search indexer is now rewritten and should be happily working away.
- Sites like sandbox and profiles no longer appear on the footer.
- Database performance improved on long comment pages and other queries.
The last issue was getting annoying - any page with more than 20-30 comments took several seconds to show and sometimes 15-20 seconds. Wikidot should be faster overall now.