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Terrence and Dan on the "Pomcast"

We wanted to point out that we were interviewed last week on the English-language version of "Pom Pom Pom Pom."

We used Skype to conduct the interview, spread over four locations in three countries, two continents and (fortunately) one language. We talked about the history of Karelia and how we teamed up, Sandvox and how it compares with other website creation tools, and so on.

(This is the first podcast interview that has gone "on the air," though we did talk technical with Blake at CocoaRadio back in January; that interview should go live later on.)

(iTunes Link)

(direct link to pomcast website)

Evolving User, Developer, Designer Documentation

Sandvox users, potential plug-in developers, and potential creators of Sandvox designs should check out our new "wiki" site, http://[obsolete].karelia.com/. We've made available the beginnings of some user documentation, a kit for CSS-savvy folks to build new designs, and information for Cocoa developers to build their own custom plugins, to create new page types, pagelet types, drag-and-drop data sources, and more.

This documentation is built as a "wiki" (using the same software that runs Wikipedia), meaning that anybody can contribute. For those of you who by now are comfortable using Sandvox, and you'd like to contribute your expertise to help others, this is your chance! The rest of the Sandvox community will appreciate any input you provide. Or, you can use the "discussion" tab on any topic for which you'd like to comment upon.