June 25, 2018 — Mi Tawa
With today's filler comic Novil gave the biggest hint so far that the Book of Woo makes use of the artificial language "Toki Pona". The user ratfox already uploaded a correct transliteration of the text in this language, derived by simple substitution from nneonneo's transliteration which was already amazingly close to the real thing. Now it only remains to translate back from Toki Pona to your native language. There are several online translators available. -- Narga
March 08, 2018 — Missing a few entries?
I just realized that the time of the backup from which this new wiki was created was probably a few months before the actual shutdown of the old wiki. So a few of the latest contributions to the old wiki might have been lost. If you contributed or remember anything that is now missing, please add it again.
February 28, 2018 — New Wiki
Welcome everyone to the new wiki which is currently mostly a cleaned up copy of the old one. -- Narga
July 23, 2014 — Spam Issues
Novil's recent link to the wiki has brought some new contributors (welcome!) but also a bunch of spammers. I've gone through and deleted/blocked a bunch of spam users/edits from the past couple of days, and will be adding additional countermeasures over the next few days. I tried to be fairly careful, but if you find anything that was deleted/blocked which shouldn't have been, please let me know. -- Foogod
April 27, 2014 — Artwork Interpretation available
Created a page with interpretation attempts of the artwork by various readers. -- Foogod
April 18, 2014 — It is now possible to include Book of Woo glyphs in wiki pages!
See Using Wootext for more information on how to do this. -- Foogod
April 17, 2014 — New transliteration and OpenType font available
Foogod has proposed a new transliteration mapping, with a corresponding font file. -- Foogod
April 13, 2014 — The Book of Woo Wiki is now live!
Welcome, everyone! -- Foogod