It has been a while, so it's nice to hear from you again — Michal :) I'm looking forward to the more active involvement and a speedier bug/wish pipeline!
Kenneth Tsang (@jxeeno)
I am happy to see you and Lukazs back.
we are expanding our Wikidot team.
This are really good news!
And I like the bit about the planned bugs/wishes pipeline improvement.
Me, too… BTW, I saw the video you put on FB, the Michal's lecture about Wikidot, and 8 rules… :) It reminded me a lot to Steve Job's presentations of Mac products… :P
Don't just be sorry, DO something. - the animals
I am a word's smith, so I can help word any paragraph. If anyone needs help then please do not hesitate to ask. I am a new user of wikidot, so if I am a little slow then please don't judge. If I can assist anyone with anything than please contact me. Thanks.
Benjamin, if you are interested in the English language then the first thing to do is to create a site, which you haven't yet, and then add some good original content about the language, how it's used etc, Then recruit some members and then perhaps offer your services to anyone who might need it. Any questions you have can be answered on the Community site where there is an active forum and lots of helpful information.
Rob Elliott - Strathpeffer, Scotland - Wikidot first line support & community admin team.
I assume you mean "wordsmith", Benjamin. I appreciate the offer, but I can make typos and grammatical errors all by myself.
Yesterday I saw a very good sentence about communications between a company and customers:
Who responds only to complaints will soon receive only complaints.