XWiki 3.0 Includes Twitter-like Messaging

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The XWiki development team announced the availability of XWiki Enterprise and XWiki Enterprise Manager 3.0.

 

XWiki 3.0 features include Twitter-like messaging and networking inside the wiki, a new filesystem storage for attachments which allows huge attachments to be uploaded without requiring a lot of memory or database storage,improved dashboard editing,better cross-browser support and improved functionality for the WYSIWYG editor, a revamped UI for administration, improved office presentation import with a new gallery macro, live suggestions for the search input, a new UI for changing user avatars and more and all XWiki software is developed in Java and under the LGPL open source license.

 

Users can find more information in the full release notes for XWiki Enterprise 3.0 and XWiki Enterprise Manager 3.0

04/01/2011
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