Release Notes: There are fewer new features in this release, and most of the changes are internal. The highlights of this release are a preview version of the new class editor to be used in the Application Within Minutes designer, new Debian packages, a few extension manager improvements, LDAP improvements, and improvements in uploading and downloading attachments, especially when filesystem storage is enabled.
Release Notes: The highlights of this release are many extension manager improvements, a new implementation of the sheet system, user dashboards, wiki workspaces, improvements to search results scoring, storage improvements, a conversion of the panels application to the XWiki 2.0+ syntax, easier activation and configuration of Google Analytics, CSRF prevention enabled by default, support for DocBook syntax, and some major code cleanup.
Release Notes: This is the first (and hopefully last) release candidate for the 3.2 series. Apart from a few minor bugfixes, this version brings the Workspace Manager as a standard feature of the platform, as an alternative way of using virtual wikis, compared to XEM.
Release Notes: This is the first (and probably last) bugfix release for the 3.1 series. It contains only small bugfixes backported from the 3.2 branch, mainly concerning missing CSRF-prevention tokens, the extension manager, and build improvements.
Release Notes: This is the last milestone of the XWiki Enterprise 3.2 version. Main new features include improved Lucene scoring, a new implementation of the sheet system which is more flexible and easier to use, support for OpenOffice 3.3 as the backend of the office importer, better support for IE9 in the WYSIWYG editor, and many improvements in the extension manager and the extension repository. Also of importance is the retirement of several modules, like the Albatross skin, the Calendar application, and the Photo Album application.
Release Notes: The main new features include: support for user-defined, personal dashboards, improvements to the spotlight-like search suggestions, improvements to the extension manager, support for arbitrary named parameters in the event stream, and a few dependency upgrades and bug fixes.
Release Notes: This is the first (and probably last) bugfix release for the 3.0 series, with 37 issues closed on top of 3.0. Two new features were backported from the 3.1 branch: the possibility to export a wiki document into an office format using a running OpenOffice/LibreOffice installation, and the new UI for customizing the PDF export.
Release Notes: There are a few new features and many improvements in stability, code quality, and build practice. The top new features are the ability to export wiki documents to office documents and a new UI exposing the PDF customization options. Among the most important changes are the migration of the sources from SVN to GitHub, changing the minimal JDK version required to 1.6, and migrating from commons-logging+log4j to slf4j+logback.
Release Notes: This is an upgrade release. Java 6 is now required. Lots of third party libraries were upgraded, and bugs were fixed.
Release Notes: Git is now used to manage the source code to make community participation easier. Exporting to PDF is now easy and exporting to other document types can be done through OpenOffice. Code was removed and re-factored to strengthen the platform foundation.