It’s been a while since I last wrote here, so I’ve decided to write a brief post to present recent updates in our community.
The past week we had the pleasure to meet Daniele Pannozzo (@Atakanz) – he has a personal blog where he already talked about it… take a look 😉 – who came from Rome to Milan in order to meet the rest of the community and to work all together for a couple of days. I really appreciated this experience because it made me realize how much close our community is!
We often say that “WikiToLearn is growing faster and faster”: nice to hear it! Keep in mind that this also mean that we have to work hard both from the technical and from the organizational side, and that’s what we are doing. We are working on how to solve some organizational problems related to multiple versions of a book, we are improving the way new material from .tex sources is imported and we are getting closer and closer to new users both on our website and on our communication channels.
Our social channels (mainly Facebook and Twitter) are giving us good feedbacks on what people think about us. Recently “Wired ITA” and “Il Fatto Quotidiano” (one of the main Italian newspapers) wrote about us and our adventure. Day after day I realize how good we are doing and how hard we have to work to succeed: the show goes on, wikitolearners!