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• BAIA Panel: Blongs and Marketing, 2007-02-08
• BAIA Talk: Wiki Collaboration and Wiki Applications for Business, 2007-01-23
• TWiki 4.1.0 Production Release Available
• Google Acquires JotSpot
• Panel on Wiki Technology and Future, with Leading Wiki Vendors
• Roles People Play in a Wiki
• Wired News Wiki Story Experiment
• Wiki Spam on Public Wikis
• WikiSym and Wiki-research Mailing List
• Wiki Applications and The Long Tail
• What is a Structured Wiki?
• The Wiki Champion
• Value of Tagging Wiki Content
• Jump Starting Peter's Corner
• Dan Woods
• Ross Mayfield
• Jimmy Wales
• Wiki That!
TWiki 4.1.0 Production Release Available
I am pleased to announce that the brand new TWiki Release 4.1.0 is available for download from TWiki.org. Code named Edinburgh, it adds easier installation and upgrade, a web based plugin installer, many enhancements in usability, search and other areas, and new features that make TWiki a stronger wiki application platform. TWiki is now localized to Chinese, Czech, Danish, Dutch, French, German, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish, Italian, Polish and Swedish.
Many people have been involved in this release; in all, we tracked 250 features and bugs. Special thanks to release manager TWiki:Main.KennethLavrsen, who made sure that the we have a high quality release.
TWiki.org has a thriving plugins community; there are over 350 extensions available for download from TWiki.org: Add-ons, plugins, skins and code contributions. Developers can now build AJAX based wiki applications, supported by the TWiki 4.1 core engine and the YahooUserInterfaceContrib and TWikiAjaxContrib extensions.
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