XWiki - Open Source Wiki and Content-Oriented Application Platform

Last modified by Ecaterina Moraru (Valica) on 2013/11/04

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Deprecation Fixing Day 3

As part of our XWiki Days we had a Deprecation Fixing Day on the 10th of HJuly 2014. Its goal was to have the maximum number of XWiki committers and contributors work together to fix the maximum number of deprecation calls and moving deprecated APIs not used anymore to our Legacy modules.

We had 1 committer participating with the following results...

XWiki 6.1 Released

The XWiki development team is proud to announce the availability of XWiki Enterprise 6.1.

A lot of work has been done for the new Flamingo skin and we hope to make it the default in 6.2.

This version also comes with many improvements but also introduce many new APIs and tools for developers like the integration of LESS preprocessor, a new authorization API taking care of the context and its associated script service, a new experimental Mail API, the support of grouped and asynchronous jobs in default job module executor, the possibility to log from any script, a new converter to make easier to manipulate XDOM in Velocity, and many others.

The memory used in wikis with lots of documents like http://myxwiki.org has also been reduced a lot (around 40% in http://myxwiki.org for example). Finally a new loading screen with progress displayed during XWiki initialization has been introduced and the initialization speed itself has also been improved. ...

Bug Fixing Day 60

Yesterday we had our Bug Fixing Day #60. We managed to close 8 bugs (7 real fixes). We're now at -6 bugs only for the 1600 days period!

Bug Fixing Day 59

Last week we had our Bug Fixing Day #58. We managed to close 6 bugs (5 real fixes). ...

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LGPL 2.1 open source license
Jan 2004 initial release
777,226 lines of code 
from 33,658 commits 
95 contributors 
25 active commiters last year 
650+ extensions 
with over 100 applications 
11,637 issues reported 
1,849 issues resolved last year 
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XWiki is used as the basis for Cap Digital website (including services such as an agenda) but also as the cluster main mean of communication.
Cap Digital's XWiki implementation includes a full-featured community module allowing the creation of spaces for specific projects. Each of those space includes a blog and a wiki.

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