Version 36.1 by Ecaterina Moraru (Valica) on 2013/01/09

Some testimonials found on the web about XWiki.

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  • 2 October 2012, from Jimmy Stridh:

     Checking out @XWiki for internal docs&intranet. Looks perfect; ldap,rights mgmt,forum,profiles,FOSS,wysiwyg,attachments & nice gui

  • 31 August 2012, from Martino Dell'Ambrogio (Kyos IT Security):

     Our company has been making extensive use of XWiki since 2010. We use it in our core infrastructure, for customer documentation, as a knowledge base and notes taking tool during audit missions, and more. Actually, all of our business procedures make use of XWiki at least once, since they are written in it. It is a very powerful, versatile and user-friendly application that has, in our opinion, no real competitor in the OSS world.

  • 25 July 2012, from Turko Digital Marketing:

     We have now been using XWiki for approximately 2 years now. We use XWiki for managing our internal knowledge base, stocking technical and strategical documentation. Quite stable, we have been able to manage information for clients such as AXA, GE and Air Canada. The "Print as PDF" feature is very useful for our needs. Highly recommended !

  • 06 July 2012, From D-Spair on IRC:

     After having used XWiki for a documentation store for more than 5 years, I have yet to find a product that makes maintaining documentation any easier . . . For ANY price.

  • 22 June 2012, from Trustin Lee (here and here):

     It's highly extensible and has very nice WYSIWYG editor that is useful to both an advanced user and a beginner.  Fine-grained ACL, comment / annotation system, full-text search, and PDF export are bonus. [...]  #XWiki is awesome!

  • 23 February 2012, from Thomas Steinbach:

     XWiki rocks! It is a great pleasure for me keeping my knowledge in my all-available, all-accessible xwiki and every release is like birthday.

  • 23 February 2012, from Yannick Loth:

     #XWiki is a great tool once you understand its concepts and how it works!  You may be proud, XWiki team!

  • 12 February 2012, from Ali-Reza Anghaie:

     Why are people so married to Confluence? I can't find one aspect of it I like better than XWiki and bunches I dislike immensely. Grr.

  • 4 November 2011, from John Gordon on a blog post:

     I've been looking for an open source wiki with rich text editing. In some ways it's the OpenOffice replacement for Sharepoint.

  • 29 October 2011, from Jeremie Lagarde on IRC:

     This plugin is my first contact with the xwiki code , and it's a real pleasure to do that  emoticon_smile good job for the xwiki team

  • 12 June 2011, from Thomas Steinbach:

     I had never regret my decision years ago of taking XWiki. There were so many but just XWiki is real fun - serious fun! Thnx Sergiu and the rest of the XWiki DevCommunity.

  • 5 April 2011, from Nell Cenizal:

      By far the best wiki apps for the mere mortals. Keep up the good work guys. You have one converted evangelist right here from precursor wiki application.

  • 5 February 2011, from Illia Romanenko:

     So far we very impressed by xwiki at @open_taxi - best wiki i've ever seen - and it's for java - amazing

  • 25 January 2011, from Alex Jakobsen:

     Spent most of the day working in @XWiki. Immensely powerful Wiki - the possibilities are endless.

  • 16 December 2010, from Sean Blezard:

     Realised that my dislike of documents is actually a dislike of Word documents.. loving loving loving #xwiki

  • 26 March 2010, from Julien Viet:

     Impressed by XWiki rendering module, it's very powerful with quality design.

  • 22 March 2010, from David Brown:

     Converting from MediaWiki to xWiki. The power xWiki gives you compared to MediaWiki is incredible.

  • 15 March 2010, from Dean Del Ponte:

     Just used the #xwiki office document import feature. Very impressed. My proprietary Word doc imported quickly and error free.

  • 11 March 2010, from Irene Senra:

     What a great tool! Thank you. Very user friendly and self explanatory.

  • 6 March 2010, from Jessica Hawkwell:

     XWiki: Number 1 in Java Web Application Customer Support Satisfaction

  • 12 Feb 2010, from Henry Story:

     I think XWiki is an Operating System, with aim to replace emacs, so yes you can do whatever you want

  • 12 Feb 2010, from Roman Anastasini:

     XWiki is my personal favorite. Easy to use, easy rights management and completely stylable.

  • 10 Feb 2010, from Jeremie Bousquet:

     For the rest, I must say that on the other side, and even with some (known) flaws, xwiki is not comparable to other wikis I know. No one offers such liberty and customization possibilities. I use it for some years now at work (since v0.9) and migrated regularly to last versions, and progression is incredible, in terms of features and usability.

  • 31 Jan 2010, from Jessica Hawkwell:

     XWiki is an awesome thing.  My site is like LiveJournal + PhotoBucket + some generic hosting + SquareSpace all rolled into ONE

  • 31 Jan 2010, from Dilipkumar J:

     XWiki's flexibility & maturity makes it a progg platform & a wiki. Kudos to dev team @ XWiki for creating & sustaining this amazing software

  • 24 Nov 2009, from Agent Pugsly:

     I consider XWiki Watch to be one of the most awesome pieces of software I've seen in a while. Wish I had a citizen journalist network....

  • 14 Nov 2009, from Brian Munroe:

     If it were legal to marry a software product in Nevada, I would marry XWiki.

  • 23 Oct 2009, from Sabin Buraga:

     XWiki is not a simple wiki, but a mature Web 2.0 platform that we successfully use it since 2005 in the academic context

  • 22 Oct 2009, from Jessica Hawkwell:

     I love XWiki. Even MediaWiki isn't so easily customized.

  • 2 Oct 2009, from Niels Mayer:

     XWiki is the best thing to hit open source since Linux and Emacs :-)

  • 28 Sep 2009, from Lewis Denizen:

     Thank you to the Dev team for such a great XWiki 2.0 release!
     XWiki is the best wiki I've ever encountered - the ideas in it have really shown what Java + open source libs can achieve.
     The result is purely extraordinary! Thank you so much for such a great piece of software!

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