Hi! We've renamed ScraperWiki.
The product is now QuickCode and the company is The Sensible Code Company.


Announcing the new ScraperWiki.com

Today is a big day for ScraperWiki – Our new platform is coming out of beta.

Sign up and give it a go! We think you’ll like it.

New ScraperWiki.com

ScraperWiki is about liberating data from silos and empowering you to do what you want with it. You can either write your own code, or use our powerful built-in tools…

…And there’ll be more coming. Like one for opening up your data on CKAN, and one for magically scraping tabular data.

If you’re a developer, you can write your own tools using git, SSH and any language you like.

We’ve safely moved all of the existing scrapers and views from ScraperWiki Classic to classic.scraperwiki.com. We suggest you migrate them to the new platform before we shut down ScraperWiki Classic in September – perhaps using something like Ross Jones’ awesome migration script.

If you have any questions about the switch-over, or need help migrating, email me at feedback@scraperwiki.com.

5 Responses to “Announcing the new ScraperWiki.com”

  1. Ramiro July 5, 2013 at 1:12 pm #

    Will it be possible in the future to sign up with an existing classic account to the new scraperwiki, right now it isn’t?

    • Zarino Zappia July 5, 2013 at 1:24 pm #

      Hi Ramiro! No it won’t. But signing up on the new ScraperWiki only takes a few seconds: https://scraperwiki.com/pricing

      • Ramiro July 5, 2013 at 2:03 pm #

        Okay, thanks for the info!


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