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JotSpot, Inc.
[No Changes] • [No WikiNode] • About • Documentation
Main topic: Wiki Engine
Founded by: Graham Spencer
(co-founder and CTO)
Owner / CEO: Joe Kraus
(co-founder and CEO)
Interface language: English
Programming language: WikiEngine ProgrammingLanguage
Software license: Unknown license
Status: Dead

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The former JotSpot provided wiki hosting, aka a wiki farm, for enterprise[1] and personal wiki sites. It included a blog, project management tool, bug tracker, and discussion forum. JotSpot was also a downloadable wiki engine; which included a WYSIWYG wiki editor, e-mail integration, full text and attachment search, sharable web spreadsheets, numerous other features, and also offered a behind the firewall wiki appliance.[2][3] JotSpot[1] is the article for the main community feedback wiki, whereas JotSpot Developer[2] wiki is for the JotSpot developer community.

At its height, JotSpot could boast an impressive customer base, which included: eBay, Intel, Oxford University Press, Roxor Games, Ruckus Wireless, Symantec, Wingate Studios.[4]

The entire JotSpot wiki company, JotSpot, Inc., was taken over by Google during October 2006,[5] and existing JotSpot wiki sites were supposed to be transferred over to Google Sites, however, none seem to survive today. Original JotSpot sites will be available as an archive at the InternetArchive WaybackMachine at Archive.org.

  • View a detailed feature list of JotSpot on the WikiMatrix wiki engine comparison wiki-site.
Awards

It was announced 28 March 2006 that JotSpot had been awarded second place in the 'Wikis (Hosted)' category of the inaugural SEOmoz Web 2.0 Awards of 2006, receiving a score of 10 out of 10 for 'usefulness' and 9 out of 10 for 'content quality'.[6]

References
  1. JotSpot enterprise wikis; Jot.com (via Archive.org); 5 July 2008. Quote: "Over 2,000 businesses rely on our wiki for work".
  2. JotSpot wiki overview; Jot.com (via Archive.org); 5 July 2008.
  3. JotSpot wiki application gallery; Jot.com (via Archive.org); 15 May 2008.
  4. JotSpot Customers; Jot.com (via Archive.org); 5 July 2008.
  5. Google has acquired JotSpot; Jot.com (via Archive.org); 31 October 2006.
  6. 2006 Web 2.0 Awards - Wikis (Hosted); Web2.0Awards.org (via Archive.org); SEOmoz; dated 28 March 2006; accessed 28 September 2018.
External links

The following wikis are either powered by or hosted on JotSpot.

Pages in category “JotSpot”

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Media in category "JotSpot"

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