2017, February 19. BNE: All items held at the Wren Library at Trinity College Cambridge (WL) are now made available under the Creative Commons license Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 International (CC BY-NC 4.0). Please note that standard copyright regulations and permission restrictions continue to apply for all other items.

2016, September. BNE: Further descriptions by Joachim Schulte have been added for items MSS 105-111. With this addition, text genetic-philosophical descriptions by Joachim Schulte have become available for the following items: MSS 105-111, 114-115, 139a, 145-156b and TS 213.

2016, May. PTT: The Wittgenstein Source Prototractatus Tools (PTT), provided by Martin Pilch (Vienna), have been added.

2016, April. BNE: Another large number of facsimiles have been added.

2016, March. BNE: New facsimiles have been added for a great number of items.

2016, January. LPA: The Wittgenstein Source Facsimile Edition of Tractatus publication materials, provided by Alfred Schmidt from the Österreichische Nationalbibliothek (Vienna), has been added. BNE: The facsimile edition of Ts-201a1 and Ts-201a2 has been updated with new scans produced in 2015.

2015, September-October. BNE: Further descriptions have been added. In addition facsimiles of ca. 50 items have been uploaded, including the Vienna and Gmunden typescripts of the Tractatus (Ts-203 and Ts-204), the manuscript of the earlier so-called  "Part II" of the Philosophical Investigations (Ms-144) and the typescript of Redpath's English translation of the preface to the prewar version of the Philosophical Investigations (Ts-247).

2015, August. BNE: Descriptions by Joachim Schulte have been added for items Ms-148, Ms-149, Ms-150 and Ms-152.

2015, June. MWN: The Wittgenstein Source Facsimile Edition of Moore’s Notes of Wittgenstein’s Lectures, provided by David G. Stern (Iowa), has been added. BNE: New facsimiles for all items except Ts-212, Ts-201a1 and Ts-201a2 have been added. A description by Joachim Schulte has been added for item Ts-213.

2015, May. BNE: New facsimiles as well as descriptions by Joachim Schulte have been added for items Ms-114, Ms-115 and Ms-139a.