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Welcome to TiddlyWiki.org
TiddlyWiki is a reusable non-linear personal web notebook that's used by many thousands of people to organise and share information. It is published under a BSD open source license and is available for anyone to use for free at http://www.tiddlywiki.com/.
The purpose of TiddlyWiki.org is to support the community that has grown up around TiddlyWiki with the infrastructure needed to share in its development while maintaining and improving quality. TiddlyWiki.org also hosts projects related to TiddlyWiki such as ZiddlyWiki (a serverside implementation of TiddlyWiki), TiddlySnip (a Firefox extension that enhances TiddlyWiki), MiniTiddlyServer and MonkeyGTD.
- ServerSide discussion
- ReportingBugs - how to help improve the quality of the TiddlyWiki ecosystem
- ContributingCode - how to contribute your improvements and bug fixes to the TiddlyWiki code
- GettingStarted - introduces Trac and Subversion, and covers installing the Subversion client software
- GettingTheSource - tells you how to download your own working copy of the TiddlyWiki SourceTree
- Saq's nightly build server - for the latest bleeding edge code
- TiddlyWikiDevelopmentTools - covers the TiddlyWiki.org tools Cook and Ginsu and RecipeFiles?
- ProductionProcess - explains how to build TiddlyWiki from it's SourceTree (also see the BetaProductionProcess)
- TiddlyWikiUnpluggedIcon - Tracking the development of the icon for TiddlyWikiUnplugged?.
- TiddlyWikiDotOrgLogos - Ideas for a good logo for TiddlyWiki.org.
About this Site
This wiki-based website provides access to the TiddlyWiki source code repository, a ticket tracking system, and some basic project planning tools. This site is concerned with matters of record; there are also a couple of Google Groups, TiddlyWiki and TiddlyWikiDev, that host ongoing discussions.
If you'd like to enter tickets or contribute to the Wiki, you'll need to register for an account (using your wiki name) and you will also need to email me (or Andreas) to be given permission to create and edit stuff.
To keep up with what's going on, you'll find it helpful to subscribe to some of the RSS feeds that Trac offers (the timeline and various ticket reports, for example - many browsers will automatically detect the RSS feeds).
For a complete list of local wiki pages, see TitleIndex.
Trac wiki format