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Clover interview with the Build Doctor

Earlier this week, our very own Michael Studman, Clover developer and Man in London, met up with the Julian Simpson, aka the Build Doctor, to have a beer and talk about Clover. View the video!

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Atlassian Eclipse Connector 1.0 released

This week we officially released the Atlassian Eclipse Connector 1.0 after wrapping up our 2-month beta. Thanks to a little help from Tasktop, makers of Eclipse Mylyn, we have created the Atlassian Eclipse Connector which builds upon the existing JIRA Mylyn Plugin to add integration with Bamboo, Crucible, and FishEye.

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Confluence + Wufoo, it’s a match made in heaven!

There is a pretty kick-ass feature in the latest Confluence release, Confluence 2.10.3, which slipped right under my nose. It's an addition to the list of the many supported web services for Jens's awesome Widget Connector. Best of all, it's free to use!

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Sharing stories about wikis the Pecha Kucha way

At an event organized by Karen Huffman from National Geographic Society several of our customers share their stories about wikis using the Pecha Kucha presentation style. Each presentation is limited to 20 slides, 20 seconds per slide. This blog post contains the archived versions of the introduction and first presentation by Karen Huffman herself.

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Wiki Theater – Your Wiki Isn’t Wikipedia

If you ever want to see a human being express completely unrestrained passion for a subject, just ask Stewart Mader over at Future Changes if there's any difference between an enterprise wiki and Wikipedia. As a wiki evangelist, Stewart justifiably finds this confusion between wikis for business and Wikipedia to be one of his greatest pet-peeves. As the most widely-known wiki deployment in the world (and arguably a major milestone in human achievement), Wikipedia has done a lot to raise the public's

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