At the suggestion of and with the help of Igor Dutra, a "super fan of Wee Web and very active user" who happens to be a professional User Experience designer, I have pleased to announce that the Wee Web app has been updated to work with the new site architecture. It is an "uploader", which means that you can use it to take photos and select photos from your library and upload them to the site.
The new version of the app, now numbered 1.9, should be released on the iTunes store as a free app in a couple weeks.
I am reserving the version number 2.0 for when it has a couple of enhancements, including the ability to see the site from the app and some other enhancements to the uploading process. At that time, I'll send an email to everyone letting them know that the app is available.
For now, the app is written as a way to restore the iPhone functionality using best practices and high reliability.
All thanks for the good parts of the app should go to Igor, and all blame to me where the app doesn't yet reflect his excellent suggestions.
(If you would like to be a beta tester for the iPhone app, please let me know by sending an email to "email@example.com". You will get the latest versions of the app a few weeks before everyone else, and you'll have an opportunity to weigh in on the new features and help me find bugs.)