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XWiki 7.1.2 Released

The XWiki development team is proud to announce the availability of XWiki Enterprise 7.1.2. This is a stabilization release that fixes important bugs discovered in the previous 7.1.1 version. ...

XWiki 7.2 Milestone 2 Released

The XWiki development team is proud to announce the availability of XWiki Enterprise 7.2 Milestone 2. The focus of this release was on fixing issues introduced in 7.2 Milestone 1 with the new Nested Document/Nested Spaces features and to continue adding support for this feature in various existing features (using a tree for the Import UI instead of a list, new DB table to have performant Space queries, start of Nested Spaces support in the XWiki JS APIs, etc). Another major feature added was the new Script permission to allow forbidding Script execution to specific Users or Groups. ...

XWiki 7.2 Milestone 1 Released

The XWiki development team is proud to announce the availability of XWiki Enterprise 7.2 Milestone 1. The main focus of this milestone is the introduction of support for Nested Documents in XWiki's UI together with an important amount of changes in the platform and default extensions to better support this. Additionally, an experimental script rights was introduced to control which users are allowed to execute the scripts they write inside a wiki page. ...

XWiki 7.1.1 Released

The XWiki development team is proud to announce the availability of XWiki Enterprise 7.1.1. This is a stabilization release that fixes important bugs discovered in the previous 7.1 version. ...


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Planète Sankoré

Curriki, the education solution based on XWiki, was upgraded to XWiki Enterprise 3.1 and integrated with Sankoré's existing desktop application. Sankore's app is used to publish educational resources. The goal of the integration with Curriki was to be able to organize these resources in XWiki, straight from the browser. Additional developments were made in order to be able to attach large files to the wiki.

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