Organize new Confluence spaces, fast!

This is a guest blog post from Gorka Puente, founder of Keinoby and maker of the Yoikee Creator and Share Attachments add-ons for Confluence. When you first get started with a wiki, one of the biggest challenges is how to organize your spaces and pages so that everyone in the company will start contributing content. Organizations beginning with Confluence frequently wonder whether to organize their spaces by product or by team and how to make sure that each space has a consistent structure. If

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Encryption and Atlassian

Our values push us to keep improving in providing great solutions and helping every team. We support the SSL practices defined by the EFF in their Encrypt the Web report and we’re excited to update you on our progress. All Atlassian Cloud platforms now have: Encryption of Data links between centres. HTTPS enforced HTTPS Strict Transport Security (HSTS) across all sites Forward Secrecy implemented. If your email server supports it, email is sent encrypted with our HipChat and Atlassian

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I've been doing a bit of traveling lately on the second leg of the Getting Git Right tour. It's been a blast meeting so many devs from around the world. It's been particularly incredible to see how much git adoption has grown amongst attendees in the few months since we did the first leg of the tour. When we presented in July, almost all attendees raised their hand when we asked "Who's using git?". However, there is one low point during every evening that I've hosted: the moment after I ask the

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Being the change we seek in San Francisco

Through the Atlassian Foundation, we are committed to advancing humanity through the power of education and software. We look at this in a very global way through our partnership with Room to Read - since 2009, we’ve donated over $3M to support girls' education in Asia. Increasingly, we’re looking closer to home, too. We’re committed to making a difference in, and deepening our ties with, the communities we call home. Toward this end we’re proud to announce that, in San Francisco, we’re

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We are happy to announce new Atlassian University lessons for Confluence 5.5 and JIRA Agile 6.5! In the last few versions we've released a lot of handy features you may have missed. For example, did you know that you can create JIRA issues directly from a table in Confluence? Or that you can easily move issues from the backlog to a sprint by using the right click menu? The Confluence 5.5 lessons include: Blueprints Production Requirements Blueprint (Video) JIRA Integrations

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This is the forth in our five-part series from guest blogger J. Paul Reed—build engineer, automation enthusiast, and host of The Ship Show podcast. Any discussion on the transition toward continuous delivery of your software would be incomplete if it neglected the cultural aspects of such a deep change. In many conversations about the larger concept of DevOps (which CD is often a part of), much time is spent bandying about the question of tools versus culture: how each are relevant, where

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