The Release Report is a plugin that the FishEye and Crucible team uses to help their development process. Check out the Release Report as well as many other plugins at plugins.atlassian.com. Tracking Changes Before A Release We at Atlassian frequently use feature branches for the ongoing development of FishEye. Feature branches have proved to be a very practical part of our collaboration process, but it also comes with its own set of headaches - especially when we're about to release a new version. In

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SourceTree 1.3 Release Blog – Welcome to the Party!

We peeled back the covers on SourceTree - Atlassian's Mac Client for Git and Mercurial distributed version control systems, and we are announcing a fresh new logo, a redesigned website, and a new set of useful features to support your DVCS workflow. Plus, SourceTree is now FREE for all users, forever. What's New in SourceTree 1.3? Submodule & Subrepository Support Feel free to use Git submodules or Hg subrepositories with your projects - SourceTree now supports both. Submodules and

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Atlassian has been helping hundreds of game developers produce the top games of the day for years now. It seems like just yesterday when we had Steve Weibe, of 'The King of Kong: A Fistful of Quarters' fame, at our GDC booth trying to best his Donkey Kong world record. Alas, that was years ago, and so many games have been developed since then utilizing our tools. This is a guest blog post by Gareth Wilson from Adaptavist who are an Atlassian Platinum Expert. Adaptavist provide services and

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Three months ago, the Confluence team switched from Subversion to git, just in time for our 4.1 release. In Confluence, git, rename, merge oh my… we talked about the problems we encountered with merges across branches that had lots of renames. In this post, we take a step back to look at the tools we used in order to migrate the Confluence source code from Subversion to git. Preparation Firstly, we wanted to ensure that the following infrastructure supported our source code hosted in git: Since

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Here at Atlassian, we have wallboards everywhere. On my team, we have a wallboard that cycles through screens showing the build status, the number of open JIRA issues assigned to team members, how many pending code reviews we have, and relevant deadlines. We recently had a ShipIt Day. ShipIt Days are a chance for developers to work on a project of their choice. Generally these projects are software - new plugins, spikes or products. Anna and I are Confluence developers with a distinctly crafty

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SAN FRANCISCO--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Atlassian OnDemand is a new software as a service (SaaS) offer that allows software development and project teams to use Atlassian's award-winning products, including Atlassian JIRA and Confluence, for as low as $10/month for 10-users. The new multi-tenant, cloud-based service gives customers access to a set of enterprise-grade development and collaboration products at unprecedented prices that can be configured in minutes. In addition to Atlassian products,

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