Categories Asides WordPress.com Post author By Matt Post date July 26, 2005 17 Comments on WordPress.com You can now sign up to be notified about WordPress.com. Tell your friends! First come, first serve. Thanks again to Ric Johnson for releasing the domain to us. Share this:Click to email this to a friend (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window) Related ← Forbes.com Best of Web → Feeds in Yahoo 360 17 replies on “WordPress.com” what will it be about? Well that’s what people are going to find out. 🙂 To all the Skeltoacs in the world: Ha! I beat you to it! So I’m wondering, what are we going to have there? Just kidding =P I look forward to it =) I’m pretty sure its going to be a blog community with WordPress Mu. Or maybe not 🙂 I heard it’s going to blog for you so you don’t have to worry about what to write. “I heard it’s going to blog for you so you don’t have to worry about what to write.” You take all the phun out of life. Spending those agonising 10 minutes working out what to write, giving up, then remembering exactly what it was, at 3am, will be rendered redundant.. 🙂 Maybe .com will be related to COMmercial uses of WordPress (a developer’s network, say). Just throwing it out there! Why not start a BSP at the .com site? Noooo! But seriously. MU? Autoblogging? Please. A little bird told me WordPress.com will be nothing short of a monumental shift in the way the internet is used. Think “next great American novel” big. GreaseJAX on Rails, baby! Fully Vista compliant. I heard it’s going to blog for you so you don’t have to worry about what to write. You mean like this? So, was the domain “released” or “transferred.” By my understanding, one means it can be redirected to another domain without notice by the domain broker, while the other means true “ownership” by the definition used by ICANN. Just wanting to make sure everything’s covered. It was transferred, it’s in my name now: http://whois.sc/wordpress.com . Title of the page says “WP.com” but looks like the real WP.com (like said in http://whois.sc/wp.com ) belongs to Yahoo! Interesting to see what this new website will be. Yes I’ve contacted Yahoo! about that domain but needless to say they think it’s pretty valuable. In a few years when WordPress acquires Yahoo (and Google) I’m sure it’ll be part of the deal. 😉 I was right 🙂 Fatal Error Database Tables Missing. The table wpmu::wp_site is missing. Delete the .htaccess file and run the installer again! Please check that your database contains the following tables: * wp_blogs * wp_users * wp_usermeta * wp_site * wp_sitemeta * wp_sitecategories If you suspect a problem please report it to support forums! And it has a link to WPMU forums […] Das WP Team hat sich die Domain WordPress.com wieder zurückgeholt. Wer die Seite aufruft, der sieht nur ein Registrierungsfeld, in dem man seine eMail Adresse und optional einen Usernamen eingeben kann. Wenn WordPress.com wieder online ist, dann wird man benachrichtigt. Was es genau damit auf sich hat, ist schwer zu sagen. Auch bei Matt ist nicht viel zu lesen, ausser das man sich beeilen und davon weiter sagen soll (was ich hiermit brav tue ). Mal schauen, was das wird. […] Comments are closed.