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I’ve finally started setting up all the #pants stuff on Github to get the open-source development side of things going. First and foremost, there’s a first set of pages on the Wiki, including a page listing #pants sites in the wild (add yours!) and installation instructions for Heroku; next, I will be moving all issue tracking over to Github Issues (so far I’ve been using a public Trello board that I may keep around for high-level planning.)

Last but not least, the project’s README now doesn’t simply consist of a warning about impending doom. Exciting times!

I read “in the wild” as - selfhosted.

I read “in the wild” as - selfhosted. According to the footer of some of the links that is not true.

Just saying. Does splitting up the list make sense? Does anyone even care? :)

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Nah, I wasn’t going to separate self-hosted from hosted sites on that list – it’s just a long list of sites running #pants so people browsing through the Wiki can get an idea of who’s using it, and...

Nah, I wasn’t going to separate self-hosted from hosted sites on that list – it’s just a long list of sites running #pants so people browsing through the Wiki can get an idea of who’s using it, and for what.

There will, however, be a separate list of #pants servers that are happy to host people’s sites.

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