Archives for the tag: plugins

How to Manage Complex, Versioned Content in Confluence

This is a guest post from K15t Software, Atlassian Experts and makers of Scroll Office, Scroll Versions, Scroll PDF Exporter, and many other Confluence add-ons. If you manage complex content in Confluence, Scroll Versions is a must-have add-on for keeping your Confluence instance organized. With it, you can manage concurrent versions of pages or product documentation in one space, enhance content-reuse, improve SEO, and now publish to an existing Confluence space! We've taken all the customer

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Workflow Your Blueprints

Introducing Workflows For Your Blueprints Following the succesful release of Ad hoc Canvas Blueprints for Confluence 5.1, Comalatech have now integrated Ad hoc Workflows functionality directly into Confluence Blueprints. Blueprints provide your organization with ideas and structure so you can get started creating Confluence content right away. Ad hoc Workflows helps you to automate reviews, approvals and publishing. Workflow Your Blueprints How do they work together? You can now

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Skiblz Cam for JIRA: Codegeist’s $10K March Prize Winner

Back in February, we launched the latest edition of Atlassian's add-on development competition, Codegeist. We invited developers everywhere to build add-ons for JIRA, Confluence, Stash, and our developer tools, with the promise of $65,000 in cash prizes and the opportunity to sell their add-on commercially on the Atlassian Marketplace. Last month, we announced Content Scheduler for Confluence as our February winner, which brings us to March... Skiblz Cam, our March winner! We're pleased

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This post was initially published as an article in .net magazine. Embarking on a career as an independent developer used to mean trawling freelance boards, constantly pitching projects, and thinking about the future only in the short-term. But today, new kinds of software marketplaces — specifically business-to-business (B2B) marketplaces — are making it possible for independent developers to start solid businesses with predictable growth. When we launched the Atlassian Marketplace we bet

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The Stash team recently released the Stash-Bamboo plugin, which surfaces pass/fail results from Bamboo builds inside Stash. The main use case for the plugin is to let people reviewing a pull request see whether tests are passing on the development branch before they give the thumbs-up for merging it into master. Pretty cool. So I asked Build engineering to install the plugin on the Bamboo instance we use to build and test Confluence. For now, Bamboo is configured to notify Stash only for "A1.

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Guest Blog: Monitoring Your Teams Estimation Skills

Yves Riel acts as a Scrum Coach to help teams learn the Scrum methodology. Yves has actively been using JIRA and GreenHopper since 2009. He built Rekall for JIRA to help agile teams improve their estimates. Every year, I try to make an appointment with my doctor for an annual check-up. Invariably, I walk out of his office with a blood tests form in my hand. These tests are what helps my doctor notice illnesses like high cholesterol or diabetes. About two years ago, I began to suspect my agile team

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