Today I’d like to officially release the Usyd Architecture Exhibition website. Taken from the site itself: The University of Sydney Architecture Faculty puts together an annual exhibition for its graduating Bachelors and Masters students. This gives students an opportunity to showcase their best projects. An event is held to exhibit these works, and along with […]
WIPUP.org is an open-source web application built for one reason: to show the world what you’re working on. If you’re impatient, click here to check out the fresh WIPUP.org. I’m very happy to announce version 11.11.11 being released today. It’s the first non-alpha/beta release, which means that I’m confident that it does what it’s meant […]
Yep, WIPUP, the lightweight, open-source way to share your works-in-progresses just got a lovely update today. It’s a minor update but minor updates are needed sometimes. Check it out here, and read the release notes. The charming splash screen above was done by me on The GIMP. If enough people like it (just drop me […]
Guess what’s new? Yep, it’s WIPUP again. This new version brings a bunch of polish and a nifty new revision feature for pastes. Check out the changelog, then check out WIPUP itself. If you do some webdev yourself, don’t forget that WIPUP is open-source and we’d love more coders.
What began as a project motivated by the Open Collaboration Services API has really come a long way since it began as a concept submission to KDE’s openDesktop competition. This project was a unique concept for people to share and record what they were working on. Not about showcasing your latest creation – no, rather […]
It’s super, it’s amazing, and it’s released. It’s WIPUP 27.06.10a. For the uninitiated, WIPUP is a flexible and easy way for people to share, critique, and track works-in-progresses. To quote some random person, this release truly brings out the “hey, it’s like a working site now“. This release sports super fancy upgrades courtesy of my schedule, […]
WIPUP is a flexible and easy way for people to share, critique, and track works-in-progresses. Every month, the WIPUP website gets synchronised with the Git repository hosting the code. It wasn’t long ago at all since the February sync was performed (21.02.10) and since I’ve been having mock exams that generally means I have a […]
It’s midweek, 3 mock exams later, and it’s been quite some time since the WIPUP 21.02.10a was released. Yep, that means it’s time to look at the statistics. The reason this didn’t happen earlier is because the WIPUP dashboard stats only update themselves at the beginning of the week in order to save server power […]
WIPUP is a way to conveniently share progress on your projects. Given the mix of solutions used before such as work-in-progress forum threads, blog posts, mailing lists and microblogging, we’re creating a flexible and friendly solution to answer the question “what’s up?”. People focus so much on the finished product they ignore the beauty of […]
Now that all the hubbub over the KDE SC 4.4 release and KDE website redesign is over it’s back to regular blog posts and other pet projects. This, some of you would’ve realised by now, includes WIPUP – which I’ve really tried to turn into an incremental release project. So yes, I’m announcing the February […]
It’s party time! After a long break from development in November and a few more commits creeping through in January and late December I’ve decided to update the web version to the latest and greatest – the so-called 14.01.10 version. Yes, it’s the one and only WIPUP. For the unaware, WIPUP is a website that […]
Just really amazing. Visionbin is a tool for creative people, for what you are, and what you do. This is our latest creation, and we hope it will benefit you all. Click here to visit VisionBin.com OK. That’s a big release. I’m going to take a nap now.