XWiki - The Advanced Open Source Enterprise and Application Wiki

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Using XWiki to build a documentation website

Example of what a website done with XWiki can look like, using the Apache Maven website as an use case. ...

Highlights of the XWiki 8.x Cycle

Some highlights of what done during the XWiki 8.x Cycle: 1461 issues closed, counting 745 bugs closed, 423 improvements, 66 new features and more (CKEditor by default, new homepage, tour for homepage, default templates, etc.)! XWiki 8.4.5 is our current LTS (Long Term Support) version and you can download it. ...

XWiki 9.6 Released

This release brings improvements to Notifications, like live email notifications, the ability to get notifications through RSS feed or to override their default display. It is now possible also to generate table of content for another page, or to define recommended extensions versions and optional extension dependencies so they can be uninstalled by the Extension Manager. ...

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USH

USH use XWiki to manage their resources, which are organized by themes. Panels, tags and livetables are used for navigation. The advanced search capabilities with filters make it easy to find the appropriate resources.
XWiki is also used to promote the H'Expo congress and salon. On a dedicated wiki you can find the event program, reports, a photo / video section, as well as a registration area for participants.

Testimonials

“10+ years of experience w/ @confluence & I must say, I'm hard pressed to find anything that I need there, that @XWiki does not provide.”
Patrick Masson, General Manager OSI
“I've been a follower of XWiki [...] have tried pushing it on anyone considering confluence; it's one of the few open source projects that I know of that actually has more features and work in it than most of its commercial counterparts”
Marc Mercer, CEO of CT-Unlimited
“We've been pleased and impressed with the power and flexibility XWiki has provided. Everything we've wanted to build with our wiki-based product been possible due to XWiki's well planned architecture.”
Mike Hoolehan, CTO @vCalc LLC
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