For the last couple of months, we’ve been busy with refining Edicy internally -- moved to better servers, rewrote statistics engine, prepared domain renewal system, worked on business development. All the unsexy stuff that no one notices but one still has to deal with. If a service grows from 0 to 100 000 users quickly -- like Edicy did -- there’s a lot of fine tuning to do.
Now we feel safe to expand by another magnitude in terms of both size, usability and featureset. First cool new stuff will be released from development for you in a couple of weeks.

Talking of which -- we need additional inexperienced volunteers to try out the revamped prototype of our next big thing. It’s fun. Join us by dropping a line at

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  • Anabela Nov 19

    I'm crossing my fingers for Edicy. I enjoy using it...
    Thanks a lot for allowing me to have a site without paying anything...
    All the best.

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