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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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We're absolutely stoked to have been invited to participate in "Sharing Wikis Stories the Pecha Kucha Way" taking place this Thursday. On May 14, a local Washington, D.C. area group of experts at US government and non-governmental organizations will discuss their implementation of and best practice models for wikis. If you're in the D.C. area there's still room to attend the free event, otherwise, register now to watch our live webcast of the event. Each speaker will have 6-minutes to present 20

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Pecha Kucha: Confluence Lightning Talks

Pecha Kucha (pronounced peh-chak-cha) is Japanese for chit-chat. This model offers a lively presentation format for sharing ideas: 20 slides displayed for 20 seconds per person, or approximately 6 minutes 40 seconds each. Please see a Pecha Kucha video for an overview. Join forces with a local group of experts to discuss implementation of and best practice models for their wikis. Many of the participants will talk about Confluence, but a handful of other wikis will be highlighted as well. It is not

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Cut your Confluence Hosting Costs by 50%

Why pay for hosting costs when you're not using your wiki? That's the reasoning behind our recently announced Instant Atlassian EC2 image - an easy to use command line interface that lets you create, start, stop, and backup your Confluence or JIRA instance. The era of pay-as-you-go collaboration and bug tracking is finally here, and it adds up to cost savings for your team. By only running your Confluence server 12 hours a day instead of 24, you could cut your hosting costs by 50%. Instant Setup Not

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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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