The roadmap to your wiki's future
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The Wikidot Roadmap project gives us a sense of direction for where Wikidot is heading. It’s a way for you to show the Wikidot developers which feature you want them to implement next. This complements the weneed list at the official blog site. The Roadmap project website lets you make pledges to the development of the software. This effectively lets you buy features. It’s completely risk-free as you can withdraw your pledge at any time, even after the feature has been added!

The top aspect on the roadmap site is currently data forms, which has attracted a $2,500 pledge from an anonymous user. Wikidot already supports simple data forms but it is a work in progress.

Other popular Roadmap aspects include dedicated site registration (which has been partially implemented), multi-language support, an improved application framework, and last but not least: private categories, which has four separate pledges totalling $500 USD.

The best way to invest in the future of your business is to invest in Wikidot.

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