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Antispam Extension 1.11 Released

The Antispam Extension 1.11 has been released. The algorithm to compute inactive users has changed: own user profile events are not considered as activity and wiki owners are protected. A bug has also been fixed. ...

XWiki 14.10.20 Released

The XWiki development team is proud to announce the availability of XWiki 14.10.20. This is a bug fix release. See the release notes for more information. ...

MathJax 1.1.3 Released

The MathJax Macro and MathJax LaTeX Template extensions have been released in version 1.1.3. This is a bugfix version that prevents the MathJax LaTeX Template extension to be installed automatically when installing the MathJax Macro, as it's unnecessary for users who don't use the LaTeX Exporter. ...

Antispam Extension 1.10 Released

The Antispam Extension 1.10 has been released. The message displayed in the logs and in the page save cancellation (only for protected users) now include the reasons why the page was considered as spam. Several bugs have also been fixed. ...

MyXWiki.org upgraded to 15.10

myxwiki.org has been upgraded to XWiki 15.10. If you own a wiki hosted there, you should have a look at the release notes for this version. You should automatically get an upgrade wizard for your wiki when you login as admin. For more details, see the upgrade guide. ...

Antispam Extension 1.9 Released

The Antispam Extension 1.9 has been released. Known users are now protected against being considered spammers for all features of the Antispam extension. In addition, several new filters have been added to the Event stream in order to be able to filter it better to find out spam more easily. Several bugs have also been fixed. The extension now requires XWiki 14.10.4+. ...

XWiki 15.10 Released

The XWiki development team is proud to announce the availability of XWiki 15.10. This release adds improvements for the recently added Required Rights Analysis feature. The analysis report has been improved and more rights analyzers have been added, so the feature is now enabled by default. There are also improvements on the What's New Application side, for better accessibility. For developers, it's now possible to define a caching strategy for pre-edit checks. As usual, this release comes with a bunch of bugs and security fixes. See the release notes for more information. ...

XWiki 15.10 Release Candidate 1 Released

The XWiki development team is proud to announce the availability of XWiki 15.10 Release Candidate 1. This release adds improvements for the recently added Required Rights Analysis feature. The analysis report has been improved and more rights analyzers have been added, so the feature is now enabled by default. There are also improvements on the What's New Application side, for better accessibility. For developers, it's now possible to define a caching strategy for pre-edit checks. As usual, this release comes with a bunch of bugs and security fixes. See the release notes for more information. ...

Numbered Content Extension 1.9.2 Released

The Numbered Content Extension 1.9.2 has been released. This is a bugfix release, which also had some dependency upgrades. ...

XWiki 14.10.19 Released

The XWiki development team is proud to announce the availability of XWiki 14.10.19. This is a bug fix release. See the release notes for more information. ...

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