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XWiki 7.4.1 Released

The XWiki development team is proud to announce the availability of XWiki 7.4.1.
This is a bug fix release including some important improvements such as: asynchronous copy and rename page actions, improved location picker when copying and renaming, ability to omit "WebHome" in wiki links and images syntaxes. ...

XWiki at FOSDEM 2016

Remember FOSDEM? That big free event which every year gathers thousands of developers of free and open source software from all over the world in Brussels? This year will take place at ULB Campus Solbosch on Saturday 30th and Sunday 31st of January 2016. The XWiki team members will be there as speakers, as representatives at the stand or as attendances, ready to meet and share ideas with you!  ...

Bug Fixing Day 91

Yesterday we had our Bug Fixing Day #91. We've managed to close 4 bugs (2 real fixes). We are still at -86 bugs behind the 1 year period. ...

XWiki 7.4 Released

The XWiki development team is proud to announce the availability of the XWiki 7.4 release. This is our last stabilization release for the XWiki 7.x cycle. It mainly brings polishing and stabilization for the Nested Pages feature, especially in the UI. Among other things, this release introduces a new notifications menu with the watchlist actions inside. Application Within Minutes now creates a Code and a Data page where the application content is stored. And it is now possible to have template hierarchies and to add an redirection when a page is renamed. See the release notes for more information.  ...


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synventis use XWiki for their presentation website. synventis also develop solutions for their clients based on XWiki, having built a growing range of modular extensions on top of the platform.

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