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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Founded: 2010 HQ: Delaware (as any startup is) Employees: 10 Products: Hosted tool suite Our case studies are typically from well established companies. It's not often that we hear from a fresh new startup with no website or public products. But this in fact was the case when I was contacted by Ovidiu Pitic, Founder and Operations Manager, of Mayabo. Mayabo develops Whooparoo, a social commerce platform for online retailers, which has just launched (they were in private beta during

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5 Reasons to get JIRA 5 Beta

Atlassian is excited to announce the release of JIRA 5.0 beta available today! JIRA 5.0 aims to make it easier to consume and to develop plugins, and here are five reasons why all JIRA admins and developers should get the beta today! 1. Stable APIs! Making plugins easier to consume and develop means lowering the bar for plugin adoption - making it easier to find, promote, install, and upgrade plugins. Stable APIs make this easier, whether you're a commercial plugin developer and want more customers,

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DevOps engineers need a way to carefully apply their changes to production. They also need to review those changes with other stakeholders, mentor fellow colleagues, and of course remember what they did six months ago. Tools & Process DevOps people, sysadmins and build engineers can use Agile project management practices like Kanban through the GreenHopper Rapid Board with JIRA, leverage development source control, change review tools like Crucible, and document change through Confluence.

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