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8 8  Today, we would like to present the XWiki project not as a simple wiki anymore, but more as a web development framework that you can use to build knowledge-related applications on top of it. Having the experience of last year, such a stand is a great medium showcase the software and its customizations easily. Experience with the previous FOSDEM edition has shown that this is usually one of the most requested demands that we get: people come up and ask about how they can solve a specific problem on their instance. XWiki currently registers about //4500 unique instances// (that are accessible publicly, ie not behind a firewall) and has an ecosystem of over 750 extensions. Other presentations have already been performed about the XWiki project during past FOSDEM editions, see [3], [4], [5], [6] and [7]. We've been present at FOSDEM since 2006 and it's a chance for use to be able to participate to it each year.
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10 -With the stand we also want to give more visibility to the Cryptpad project: it's a collaborative online document editor built with privacy in mind; each document that you edit on the platform is encrypted in your browser and then sent to the server in such a way that the server admin cannot access the content of your document. The idea with this project is to present a FOSS alternative to equivalent cloud-based solutions distributed by mostly US companies. We already gave a couple of talks about Cryptpad during the last edition of FOSDEM, see [4]. Today, the main instance of Cryptpad has around //1500 visitors per day (unique IPs) and hosts about 100 000 documents.//
10 +With the stand we also want to give more visibility to the Cryptpad project: it's a collaborative online document editor built with privacy in mind; each document that you edit on the platform is encrypted in your browser and then sent to the server in such a way that the server admin cannot access the content of your document. The idea with this project is to present a FOSS alternative to equivalent cloud-based solutions distributed by mostly US companies. We already gave a couple of talks about Cryptpad during the last edition of FOSDEM, see [4]. Today, the main instance of Cryptpad has around 11 000 visitors per week (unique IPs) and hosts about 660 000 documents.
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12 12  Please do not hesitate to get back to us if you need more information regarding our application.
13 13  Thanks,

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