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Blog posts for September 2015

XWiki 7.2 Milestone 3 Released

The XWiki development team is proud to announce the availability of XWiki Enterprise 7.2 Milestone 3. This milestone release brings more changes to the Flamingo Skin in order to support Nested Documents. The top menu has been replaced by a drawer and the create, copy, rename and delete page actions have been revamped. This release also fixes some Watch List issues related to Nested Documents and provides a new configuration option for the LDAP module. The developers should check out the new job-related REST resources and the support for skins in Nested Spaces. ...

XWiki 6.4.5 Released

The XWiki development team is proud to announce the availability of XWiki Enterprise 6.4.5. This is a stabilization release that fixes important bugs discovered in the previous 6.4.4 version. ...

XWiki 7.2 Release Candidate 1 Released

The XWiki development team is proud to announce the availability of XWiki Enterprise 7.2 Release Candidate 1. This release candidate brings many Flamingo skin improvements to better present Nested Documents in the UI and application improvements to ensure compatibility with Nested Spaces. ...

XWiki 7.2 Released

The XWiki development team is proud to announce the availability of XWiki Enterprise 7.2 Release. This release is probably one of the biggest releases we have done in XWiki for years (more than 900 commits)! We have worked hard during all the summer to finally achieve the introduction of a new concept: Nested Pages. This big change affects both the platform and the user interface, and you will discover many differences while using XWiki. ...

XWiki at CSSconf EU 2015

On the 26th of September, I’ve attended CSSconf EU 2015. It was really nice to see a conference focused mostly on CSS, and not combining very much other development or design topics. Doing front-end and being a front-end developer is considered very hip these days. We are living in an era where Photoshop or big heavy frameworks are fast getting deprecated. Unfortunately this era doesn’t care much about backwards-compatibility or support. People are trying to make everything faster and easier and don’t look too much in the past. If we want to stay relevant we should try to move a bit faster on the front-end development front, but I guess this is a problem any platform faces in these rapidly changing times. ...

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