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Marketplace Monday: User Profile Plugin

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Each week, Marketplace Monday profiles one (or two) great add-ons available in the Atlassian Marketplace–where you can try and buy more than a thousand add-ons for Atlassian products. Confluence is the must-have collaboration tool for teams that don't like wasting time and want to get things done. But teams are distributed over multiple locations or even around the globe. Connecting people efficiently is becoming more important than ever before. In a social intranet, user profiles are

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The Tool is the Easy Part - What about the Processes? The FishEye team was the first team at Atlassian to make the switch to DVCS, and while some Atlassians had previous DVCS experience, quite a few had not yet used it in the workplace with a medium-size team of developers before. We looked for help around the web, but there wasn't a lot of people sharing their experiences at the time. We found many resources like "How do I push a branch in Git?" or "How do I pull from multiple remotes in Mercurial?",

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Introduction This is test data which is useful for finding issues with Confluence features and plugins. If you are a plugin developer, you should use it. Test data - why it is useful Developers tend to perform testing as users called "Test User" and use pages called "Test Page" QA Engineers are looking to find problems, and we know that it is more effective to use more 'challenging' test data. This may include unicode characters, lengthy titles, XSS strings, etc. We also tend to use non-standard

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Zen Foundation Sparks True Love with Confluence

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This post is dedicated to Stepstone Technologies, the creators of Zen Foundation, a tool that delivers attractive and easy-to-use collaboration for non-technical online communities. With support for strong branding and flexible graphic design, Zen puts rich layout and presentation options at your fingertips. Zen provides new users the safety and freedom to experiment, while improving the quality of published content in Confluence. Love at First Wiki? Have you ever heard the expression, 'love

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This is a guest blog post by Mark Wolfe, developer of the Ruby plugin for Bamboo.  Mark is a Melbourne-based developer/systems engineer specializing in Java development in UNIX and Linux environments, with a focus on using REST and web services to enable communication between heterogeneous business systems.  (Wow, that's a mouthful!)  He also has a keen interest in Ruby along with web development, and in his spare time contributes to a range of open source projects.   The latest release of the

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(Guest Blog) Controlled Issue Cloning with JIRAClones

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This is a guest blog post from Clearvision, a sponsor at Atlassian Summit 2012. We can't clone sheep but we are pretty damn good at cloning issues! Clearvision are the leading Atlassian Platinum Experts in Europe, on a mission to help companies across the globe build better software. At Clearvision we have an arsenal of trigger-happy developers ready and raring to battle your software development demons. Bugs Bugs Bugs Do you find that bugs often need fixing in multiple versions of the

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