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1 Some testimonials found on the web about XWiki.
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7 * 13th of January 2022, from [[Cracky>>https://forum.xwiki.org/t/every-like-lost-after-upgrade-from-12-10-4-to-12-10-11/9674/8]]:(((
8 > [...]Anyway, I thank the XWiki team, always quick and usefull answer when we encounter an issue and a very active project and core team which is really appreciable in an open source project. We integrate a lot of opensource project in our solution and XWiki (with Keycloak) are by far the most serious and efficient team.
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10 * 1st of October 2021, from Jérôme Courat in the xwiki.org feedback form:(((
11 > Been giving a try to XWiki 3 or 4 years ago, experience was painfull: tedious install, very slow learning curve (use and administration), poor performance (server side), UI was... huh... ok. Today try is definitely different: docker deployment is blazing easy and fast, learning by experiment is definitively better, user and admin ui experience is way better... kudos! Use case: friend of mine wanted kinda participative / collaborative website between sharepoint and blog. Not too social oriented, a bit like a CMS, even though not knowing what a CMS actually is... actually, sharepoint like, but for home use, to share with friends: videos, pictures, files, ideas... First try was humhub: not convincing. Today, I think I've found the solution. ;)
12 )))
13 * 27th of September 2021, from [[Alex Lewis>>https://forum.xwiki.org/t/clustering-in-kubernetes-not-working-second-instance-failing-to-start-properly/9244/21?u=vmassol]]:(((
14 > As an aside, I must say that I’m very impressed with XWiki and what it is capable of. It seems like whatever you want to do can be done, there’s usually a setting for it somewhere and really the only challenge is sometimes finding out how.
15 > You’ve created an extremely capable platform and to be done as an open source project is also hugely commendable. This could have very easily been a closed source product. You’re engaged with the Forum and on the Matrix channel. I have to say that you’re a wonderful example of how a great open source project can be run.
16 > Just wanted to say Thank You :)
17 )))
18 * 21st of May 2021, from DJ-ArcAngel on Matrix:(((
19 > nice.. we switched from confluence recently, but xwiki is so much faster
20 > confluence is really bloatware compare to xwiki
21 )))
22 * 23rd of February 2021, from [[Gtothill>>https://forum.xwiki.org/t/diagram-application-in-the-xwiki-playground/8311/7]]:(((
23 > Thank you for your clear and informative answer. It is much appreciated. We have subsequently registered further extensions. Thank you and the team for such a robust and effective platform. As above, I have migrated away from Confluence and couldn’t be happier. I use XWiki every day and it makes me hugely productive.
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25 * 20th of October 2020, from [[Jeff Turner>>https://chat.goodbyeserver.org/#narrow/stream/4-Alternatives-to.20Confluence/topic/xWiki/near/234]]:(((
26 > I hope XWiki folks are having a well-deserved "I told you so" moment. All those years XWiki plugged away at the open source model, while us in the Atlassian camp believed Confluence was "open enough". Joke's on us.
27 )))
28 * 6th of August 2020, from [[Johannes Wielsch>>https://forum.xwiki.org/t/problems-12-6-mentions/7291/6?u=vmassol]]:(((
29 > i am relatively new to it - and i can not say how impressed and happy this piece of craftmanship makes my day at work. people here are engaging theirselfes, writing articles and put up their own knowledgebases for the existing routines, processes, products. The adopting rate is very high and not only I, but they(!) can not wait to get it out to the broad.
30 )))
31 * 9th of June 2020, from [[Andy Tripp>>https://propaganda-tactics.com/xwiki/bin/view/About/The%20Power%20of%20XWiki/]]:(((
32 > This is a very old problem. I've been searching for over 30 years to find a reasonable tool that requires minimal programming, let's me build a reasonable UI (a website). I've found many that claim to be what I'm looking for but are not, and even some that are close. But never really what I'm looking for, until now.
33 ...
34 > Eventually, I came across this tutorial with a catchy name of Creating a FAQ Application (Manual). At some point in the middle, a lightbulb appeared above my head as I realized that this is (almost) exactly what I'm looking for! Not just for this current website, but perhaps also the thing I've been searching for the last 35 years!
35 ...
36 > XWiki is the first and only tool that does that. And I don't believe mine is a just a narrow use case. The website that I've built with XWiki happens to look a lot like a wiki, but I believe everything I've said here would also apply if it was any generic non-trivial website.
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38 * 15th February 2019, from Yuriy Safronov (while filling the feedback form):(((
39 > I fell in love with XWiki at first sight!
40 > The rich features of XWiki amazed my imagination. All my requirements, when choosing a wiki, are fully satisfied with XWiki and even more.
41 > Thanks to all the project participants!
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44 * 6th December 2018, from Guido Kracke in private email (with consent to publish it):(((
45 > Again and again I’m very happy, that I happened to come across XWiki: It’s a marvelous, well designed, mature, feature-rich, easy to use and to extend base application and application building tool box. Whatever I need, I find it prepared or already implemented. You’ve done a really great job and I wish you all the success you deserve.
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47 * 28th November 2018, from Valentin on [[the XWiki forum>>https://forum.xwiki.org/t/how-to-create-and-use-gui-elements-e-g-button-with-xwiki-api/3936/2?u=vmassol]]:(((
48 > The XWiki software doesn’t show very many things on the surface, but when you dig deeper you find out that it’s quite consistent and well thought-through even at details.
49 > Thanks for such a great open source project!
50 )))
51 * 25th February 2018, from Didier Lüthi on [[Facebook>>https://www.facebook.com/pg/XWiki/reviews/]]:(((
52 > Installé en 10 minutes avec Docker, fonctionne à merveille. XWiki est mature, évolutif et surtout disponible en OpenSource! L'essayer c'est l'adopter :-)
53 )))
54 * 20th February 2018, from Andrea Russo on IRC/Matrix:(((
55 > I hope to release the terraform code too, I would love to see XWiki growing as a platform
56 > I really appreciate your work guys
57 > My secret dream is to build on top of XWiki but replacing Java and velocity as much as possible with Clojure :-)
58 )))
59 * 29th September 2017, from Ira Levin (while filling the feedback form):(((
60 > Just want to say that the XWiki website is excellent and contains all the information one would need to get started. To me, XWiki is the best open source wiki engine I've come across. Thanks very much to the XWiki team for putting this together and making it available!
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62 * 28th September 2017, from Mike (while filling the feedback form):(((
63 > XWiki is truly awesome, I still can't believe it's LGPL. Thank you for creating it!
64 )))
65 * 28th September 2017, from Unknown (while filling the feedback form):(((
66 > Thank you for sticking with making what is, in my opinion, the most fully featured wiki available for folks that don't want mediawiki.
67 )))
68 * 19th September 2017, from Olivier Lizounat:(((
69 > I administrate lot of xwiki, since 2.7 version. This XWiki V9.7 is really great! Congratulations to all xwiki team!
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71 * 4th November 2016, from [[Tobias Kirchhofer>>http://www.xwiki.org/xwiki/bin/view/References/Testimonials?viewer=comments#xwikicomment_0]]:(((
72 > Compared with all the Open Source Wiki Software out there XWiki is the best one (most professional).
73 )))
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75 * 8th September 2016, from [[Mike M.>>http://markmail.org/message/7fzvfjztttao3gay]]:(((
76 > XWiki software is very good. By far the best wiki software that I have used, and I've tried almost all of them.
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79 * 2nd September 2016, from [[Patrick Masson>>https://twitter.com/massonpj/status/771769892781617153]]:(((
80 > I wish there were more issues w/#XWiki, then I could work w/the wicked smart @xwikiorg community more. Sadly, XWiki runs hands off perfect :)
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83 * 25 July 2016, from [[Volker Göbbels>>https://twitter.com/VolkerGoebbels/status/757658464344735744]]:(((
84 > If you’re stuck in Confluence licensing hell, try XWiki: xwiki.org
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87 * 1st July 2016, from [[Alastair Green>>https://twitter.com/Be_Captivated/status/748965696080580608]]:(((
88 > We use the Xwiki as a general knowledge base, for helping our 1st level support & resource for online training. GREAT TOOL!
89 )))
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91 * 27 May 2016, from [[Daniel Ullfig>>http://markmail.org/message/a32xzn6wjppuomk4]]:(((
92 > great! every time I scratch the surface of XWiki, there's more surface to scratch! this really is a great product.
93 )))
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95 * 14 March 2016, from Marc Lijour on GetApp:(((
96 > There are a lot of software out there to store documents, deal with live text, revisions, and collaboration... but most are just another bucket where information goes to die. XWiki is the programmable information management platform. As a platform, you can expand it with functions that make sense to input, link, display, report, and pretty much everything you need to do with your information to achieve your business outcomes. Plus, you don't need to be a hardcore programmer to get to use it efficiently.
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99 * 8 March 2016, from Avisser on IRC:(((
100 > you guys are awesome, btw. The xwiki gets way more use than stupid Sharepoint ever did.
101 > and the LDAP auth works FAR better than logging into office365
102 )))
103
104 * 3 March 2016, from Marc Mercer on [[IRC>>dev:IRC.xwikiArchive20160303]]:(((
105 > I've been a follower of xwiki since i discovered it years ago, have tried pushing it on anyone considering confluence; its one of the few opensource projects that i know of that actually has *more* features and work in it than most of its commercial counterparts
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107
108 * 28 January 2016, from Finstern, ATOS on [[IRC>>dev:IRC.xwikiArchive20160128]]:(((
109 > I thank you too for developing this awesome application, it's the best out there, I think it really/
110 >
111 > I developed a Knowledge Base that evolved as an all in one tool for my administration team. For this project, I checked with a lot of solution but they were either too expensive or needed way too much development expertise for me. XWiki let me create the perfect tool for my team, perfectly answering my need with it's awesome flexibility, integrated features, and plugin. I would really like to thank the team for this awesome software, the documentation available, and the dedication and patience they offered me. My project was a success thank to them.
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114 * 19 January 2016, from Mike Hoolehan, CTO @[[vCalc LLC>>http://www.vcalc.com]]:(((
115 > We've built a major part of our application around XWiki, and throughtout the process we've been pleased and impressed with the power and flexibility XWiki has provided.
116 > Everything we've wanted to build with our wiki-based product been possible due to XWiki's well planned architecture. Congrats and thanks to the XWiki team.
117 )))
118
119 * 09 December 2015, from [[Christophe Trefois>>dev:IRC.xwikiArchive20151209]]:(((
120 > my god
121 > the nested pages with the tree stuff is like the best thing EVER to have been done in xWiki
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124 * 02 December 2015, from [[Murilo Beriam>>XWiki.muriloberiam]]:(((
125 >Since our company started using XWiki our corporate knowledge is safe. It is really easy to use, flexible, straightforward and powerful. There is no excuse not to register our day by day discoveries in it. We share documents and wiki pages among the staff, replacing old pseudo-collaborative tools. And the search is amazing! If you need something more specific, there are extensions with zero effort to aggregate - they are just a few clicks away from you. We had ZERO problems with it. I highly recommend adopting XWiki.
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127
128 * 25 November 2015, from [[Ricardo Rodríguez>>http://markmail.org/message/ok6q5b6ptrynciam]]:(((
129 > I've just updated to XWiki 7.3. I'm really happy to keep enjoying XWiki and to see how the framework is evolving. The interface is now cleaner, much nicer. All behind the scene seems to me clearer release after release.
130 > Thanks for the effort!
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133 * 29 October 2015, from [[Pascal B>>XWiki.pbas]]:(((
134 > A wiki engine very scalable/malleable to adapt at our need (except to prepare the coffee ...for instant) using improved and last version technos (i.e. solr, bootstrap, etc.) a nice community to answer at xwiki problems, exaustive documentation, a lot of capabilities, xwiki evoluate so fast! what more can i say?
135 > except ... Thanks!
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137
138 * 28 October 2015, from [[Rolf LANG>>http://www.landesarchiv-bw.de/web/48098?ma_id=14894]]:(((
139 >We try to use xwiki for our intranet, catching some configuration problems. We ask for support via xwiki user mailing list and received professional response by clemens. Finaly we could release xwiki as our intranet solution. Thanks!
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142 * 5 June 2015, from [[Marc Mercer>>https://twitter.com/daemoen/status/606255089427169280]]:(((
143 > Given the popularity of Confluence - I wonder how many people would be interested in XWiki Hosting - more features and better editor
144 )))
145
146 * 10 May 2015, from [[Mahomed Hussein>>http://markmail.org/message/weopelznhy4lia33]]:(((
147 > Thanks for this. The power of xwiki and the great job the developers/contributors have done never ceases to amaze me! I love it :)
148 )))
149
150 * 8 April 2015, from [[Niels Mayer>>https://www.facebook.com/NielsMayer/posts/10152841577832677?notif_t=page_tag]]:(((
151 > [...] What is XWiki?? It can be used to build very custom websites, or an open source Atlassian Confluence : http://www.xwiki.com/en/comparisons/xwiki-vs-confluence ... It is *amazing* the coolest Java (plus Apache Velocity, Groovy language, Hibernate Query Language or XWiki Query Language for database work, etc) program ever written.
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154 * 19 September 2014, from [[Thomas Steinbach>>https://www.facebook.com/xwiki/posts/773804306010517]]:(((
155 > It's Christmas time... not really, but something like that. XWiki 6.2 is out with brand new responsive Flamingo Skin as default. I am very excited to upgrade my instance today
156 )))
157
158 * 18 August 2014, from [[O.J. Sousa Rodrigues>>http://markmail.org/message/oqn5kz5rp7zomvb5]]:(((
159 > You guys have been very patient and always at it, thank you for that and for this amazing plattform.
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161
162 * 16 July 2014, from Marc Audefroy [[here>>https://twitter.com/MarcAudefroy/status/489435328210812928]] && [[here>>https://twitter.com/MarcAudefroy/status/489435527809359872]]:(((
163 > @vmassol Je suis en train de tester #XWiki pour l'intégrer dans mon entreprise. Les quelques bugs que je rencontre sont rattrapés 1/2
164 > @vmassol par la qualité de votre support. J'espère pouvoir convaincre ma société de l'utiliser! :)
165 )))
166
167 * 15 July 2014, from [[Marc Audefroy>>https://twitter.com/MarcAudefroy/status/489082457442877440]]:(((
168 > La rapidité et la qualité des réponses des créateurs de #xwiki est vraiment agréable. Merci @vmassol :)
169 )))
170
171 * 1 July 2014; from [[Danilo Oliveira>>http://www.open-source-guide.com/content/view/full/21173/(solution)/21488]]:(((
172 > I developed Knowledge management project based on XWiki solution in my company. Our aim was to offer a valuable and intuitive tool that could help the users organizer the documentation and information of their projects and departments. It is being a success, the extensibility and its functional scope allowed concentrate all the documentation sharing, blogs, forum, and base knowledge of different areas in the XWiki solution!
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174
175 * 5 June 2014, from [[Patrick Masson>>https://twitter.com/massonpj/status/474507529972891648]]:(((
176 > Again-so impressed w/ @XWiki support-before I even knew I borked my wiki's access settings support contacted me to see if I needed help.
177 )))
178
179 * 27 February 2014, from [[Patrick Masson>>https://twitter.com/massonpj/status/438638344700825600]]:(((
180 > Asked @xwikiorg users aquestion & got, "I'll publish a macro for this" now that's #opensource community Thxs Marius Dumitru Florea!! @XWiki
181 )))
182
183 * 5 December 2013, from [[Patrick Masson>>https://twitter.com/massonpj/status/408389438301949952]]:(((
184 > 10+ years of experience w/ @confluence & I must say, I'm hard pressed to find anything that I need there, that @XWiki does not provide.
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187 * 4 December 2013, from [[Patrick Masson>>https://twitter.com/massonpj/status/408256928599379968]]:(((
188 > Very impressed w/ @XWiki Just starting w/it but I'm sure there are many more features I'm not even aware of yet. Thx for all your support.
189 )))
190
191 * 18 September 2013, from [[Denis Gervalle>>http://www.open-source-guide.com/content/view/full/21173/(solution)/21488]]:(((
192 > Nous utilisons XWiki depuis ses débuts, et notre enthousiasme va croissant. XWiki est devenu bien plus qu'un wiki, aujourd'hui, c'est une puissante plateforme pour le développement d'applications en ligne et de site web hautement interactif. Emmené par une communauté de développeurs expérimentés qu'il est enrichissant de fréquenter, XWiki tend vers un niveau qualitatif supérieur à la moyenne des projets open-source, pour une maintenabilité et évolutivité supérieure, motivant la contribution.
193 )))
194
195 * 17 September 2013, from [[Dmitry Bakbardin>>http://www.open-source-guide.com/content/view/full/21173/(solution)/21488]]:(((
196 > XWiki is a quite good extensible platform with a friendly team of Developers and Contributors. The best solution for both intranet projects, collaboration and knowledge base systems and public sites.
197 )))
198
199 * 17 September 2013, from [[Roman Muntyany>>http://www.open-source-guide.com/content/view/full/21173/(solution)/21488]]:(((
200 > Overall
201 > * Comparable in functionality to Confluence
202 > * Vast set of extensions
203 > * Flexible and mature extension APIs
204 > * Active and responsive community
205 > * Written in most popular programming language: Java
206 > * Healthy project architecture and development process
207 > * Focus on quality
208 > We have used several opensource wiki systems, but in terms of ease of configuration, support and functionality - XWiki is the ultimate winner :)
209 )))
210
211 * 12 September 2013, from [[Maxime Sinclair>>http://www.open-source-guide.com/content/view/full/21173/(solution)/21488]]:(((
212 > Un wiki facile à utiliser, personnalisable (pour ne pas dire programmable) et réellement orienté entreprise (sécurité avancée, intégration LDAP, ferme de wikis, socle technique adaptable).
213 )))
214
215 * 25 July 2013, from [[Jordi Duran Cals>>https://twitter.com/JordiDuranCals/status/360301254821429248]]:(((
216 > @XWiki I have just done. Becaouse XWiki is a fabulous developing platform, congratulations for your great work.
217 )))
218
219 * 7 July 2013, [[from Catalin Cimpanu on Softpedia>>http://news.softpedia.com/news/Script-of-the-Day-XWiki-364308.shtml]]:(((
220 > Java is one of the most stable platforms around and, when it comes to Java-based wiki platforms, XWiki is probably the best open source solution you can currently find.
221 > Developed with all the features you'd expect to see on Wikipedia itself, XWiki is truly an enterprise solution, even if it's free to use under the LGPL license.
222 >
223 > Under continuous, regular, and well-planned development stages throughout the past years, we saw XWiki evolve from its 2.x branch to its current 5.x version, boasting up with features, themes, and extensions in a stable, slow pace.
224 >
225 > The way we viewed XWiki has evolved from: "Let's see if the platform supports this feature" to "Let's see what feature the platform doesn't currently support."
226 >
227 > Our view has also changed from viewing XWiki as a another boring Wikipedia clone to a solution that can be recommended not only for wikis, but for Intranets, Web portals, knwoledge bases, full-blown CMSs, CRMs, and many more.
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229
230 * 18 June 2013, from Ramez Kamel, [[here>>https://twitter.com/Fivefoots/status/346712140108939264]] and [[here>>https://twitter.com/Fivefoots/status/346906686679814144]]:(((
231 > @XWiki Rocks
232 > Well, (re)discovering it. Looks to me that you coined a number of features !
233 > it's well thought, and the 3rd party integration features. Wonder how hard it is to implement custom stuff (in java, i'm a newbie)
234 )))
235
236 * 14 May 2013, from [[Richard Logan-Baker>>https://twitter.com/WelsheeLB/status/334249728273440768 ]]:(((
237 > Just been working with @XWiki I must say, once you've got it set up, you have a very powerful tool at your hands. Also very friendly IRC! :)
238 )))
239
240 * 3 April 2013, from [[Ezra Freelove>>https://twitter.com/ezrasf/status/319434549123756032]]:(((
241 > The only answer so far to the hosted KB: XWiki. Fulfills everything on the list.[...]
242 )))
243
244 * 13 January 2013, from [[Keith Davis>>http://facebook.com/laurin1]]:(((
245 >http://laurinkeithdavis.com/wordpress/xwikireview/
246 >"...I just love the WYSIWYG editor and the LDAP authentication was extremely easy to configure with Active Directory. We all know that if documentation is too difficult, it won?t get done (well, it won?t get done even more than it won?t get done if it?s easy.) And this system is EASY to use ? the ability to upload images, the migration from MediaWiki (while was somewhat manual was made easier by the fact that XWiki supports most of the MediaWiki syntax.) All in all, it?s a great system that we look forward to using for years to come!"
247 )))
248
249 * 2 October 2012, from [[Jimmy Stridh>>https://twitter.com/jimstr/status/253034212771368960]]:(((
250 > Checking out @XWiki for internal docs&intranet. Looks perfect; ldap,rights mgmt,forum,profiles,FOSS,wysiwyg,attachments & nice gui
251 )))
252
253 * 31 August 2012, from Martino Dell'Ambrogio ([[Kyos IT Security>>http://www.kyos.ch/]]):(((
254 > Our company has been making extensive use of XWiki since 2010. We use it in our core infrastructure, for customer documentation, as a knowledge base and notes taking tool during audit missions, and more. Actually, all of our business procedures make use of XWiki at least once, since they are written in it. It is a very powerful, versatile and user-friendly application that has, in our opinion, no real competitor in the OSS world.
255 )))
256
257 * 25 July 2012, from [[Turko Digital Marketing>>http://www.turko.ca/]]:(((
258 > We have now been using XWiki for approximately 2 years now. We use XWiki for managing our internal knowledge base, stocking technical and strategical documentation. Quite stable, we have been able to manage information for clients such as AXA, GE and Air Canada. The "Print as PDF" feature is very useful for our needs. Highly recommended !
259 )))
260
261 * 06 July 2012, From D-Spair on [[IRC>>dev:IRC.xwikiArchive20120706]]:(((
262 > After having used XWiki for a documentation store for more than 5 years, I have yet to find a product that makes maintaining documentation any easier . . . For ANY price.
263 )))
264
265 * 22 June 2012, from Trustin Lee ([[here>>https://groups.google.com/forum/#!topic/netty/2cvhHXQEI5w]] and [[here>>http://bit.ly/MH5rcA]]):(((
266 > It's highly extensible and has very nice WYSIWYG editor that is useful to both an advanced user and a beginner. Fine-grained ACL, comment / annotation system, full-text search, and PDF export are bonus. [...] #XWiki is awesome!
267 )))
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269 * 23 February 2012, from [[Thomas Steinbach>>https://jira.xwiki.org/browse/XEM-213?focusedCommentId=69505&page=com.atlassian.jira.plugin.system.issuetabpanels:comment-tabpanel#comment-69505]]:(((
270 > XWiki rocks! It is a great pleasure for me keeping my knowledge in my all-available, all-accessible xwiki and every release is like birthday.
271 )))
272
273 * 23 February 2012, from [[Yannick Loth>>https://twitter.com/#!/yannickloth/status/172641714576687104]]:(((
274 > #XWiki is a great tool once you understand its concepts and how it works! You may be proud, XWiki team!
275 )))
276
277 * 12 February 2012, from [[Ali-Reza Anghaie>>https://twitter.com/#!/Packetknife/status/168476998740619264]]:(((
278 > Why are people so married to Confluence? I can't find one aspect of it I like better than XWiki and bunches I dislike immensely. Grr.
279 )))
280
281 * 4 November 2011, from John Gordon on a [[blog post>>http://tech.kateva.org/2011/11/xwiki-open-source-lgpl-wysiwyg.html]]:(((
282 > I've been looking for an open source wiki with rich text editing. In some ways it's the OpenOffice replacement for Sharepoint.
283 )))
284
285 * 29 October 2011, from Jeremie Lagarde on [[IRC>>dev:IRC.xwikiArchive20111029]]:(((
286 > This plugin is my first contact with the xwiki code , and it's a real pleasure to do that :) good job for the xwiki team
287 )))
288
289 * 18 October 2011, from Jeroen Baten (kwoot) on [[IRC>>dev:IRC.xwikiArchive20111018]]:(((
290 > Guys, I am seriously impressed. [[http://balsamiq.com/products/mockups/xwiki>>http://balsamiq.com/products/mockups/xwiki]]. I knew xwiki was cool, just not this cool.
291 )))
292
293 * 12 June 2011, from [[Thomas Steinbach>>https://jira.xwiki.org/browse/XWIKI-6702?focusedCommentId=63354&page=com.atlassian.jira.plugin.system.issuetabpanels%3Acomment-tabpanel#action_63354]]:(((
294 > I had never regret my decision years ago of taking XWiki. There were so many but just XWiki is real fun - serious fun! Thnx Sergiu and the rest of the XWiki DevCommunity.
295 )))
296
297 * 5 April 2011, from [[Nell Cenizal>>http://www.facebook.com/permalink.php?story_fbid=10150147480814356&id=6213544355]]:(((
298 > By far the best wiki apps for the mere mortals. Keep up the good work guys. You have one converted evangelist right here from precursor wiki application.
299 )))
300
301 * 5 February 2011, from [[Illia Romanenko>>http://twitter.com/illiaromanenko/statuses/33995105312444416]]:(((
302 > So far we very impressed by xwiki at @open_taxi - best wiki i've ever seen - and it's for java - amazing
303 )))
304
305 * 25 January 2011, from [[Alex Jakobsen>>http://twitter.com/Alegs/statuses/29718915290501120]]:(((
306 > Spent most of the day working in @XWiki. Immensely powerful Wiki - the possibilities are endless.
307 )))
308
309 * 16 December 2010, from [[Sean Blezard>>http://twitter.com/seanblezard/statuses/15517983652712448]]:(((
310 > Realised that my dislike of documents is actually a dislike of Word documents.. loving loving loving #xwiki
311 )))
312
313 * 26 March 2010, from [[Julien Viet>>http://twitter.com/julienviet/statuses/11101218492]]:(((
314 > Impressed by XWiki rendering module, it's very powerful with quality design.
315 )))
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317 * 22 March 2010, from [[David Brown>>http://twitter.com/TheTechDjinn/status/10882397126]]:(((
318 > Converting from MediaWiki to xWiki. The power xWiki gives you compared to MediaWiki is incredible.
319 )))
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321 * 15 March 2010, from [[Dean Del Ponte>>http://twitter.com/ddelponte/statuses/10520753833]]:(((
322 > Just used the #xwiki office document import feature. Very impressed. My proprietary Word doc imported quickly and error free.
323 )))
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325 * 11 March 2010, from [[Irene Senra>>http://twitter.com/IreneSenra/status/10330747070]]:(((
326 > What a great tool! Thank you. Very user friendly and self explanatory.
327 )))
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329 * 6 March 2010, from [[Jessica Hawkwell>>http://twitter.com/LadySerenaKitty/statuses/10047239700]]:(((
330 > XWiki: Number 1 in Java Web Application Customer Support Satisfaction
331 )))
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333 * 12 Feb 2010, from [[Henry Story>>http://lists.xwiki.org/pipermail/devs/2010-February/017371.html]]:(((
334 > I think XWiki is an Operating System, with aim to replace emacs, so yes you can do whatever you want
335 )))
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337 * 12 Feb 2010, from [[Roman Anastasini>>http://twitter.com/Foliba/statuses/8984553502]]:(((
338 > XWiki is my personal favorite. Easy to use, easy rights management and completely stylable.
339 )))
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341 * 10 Feb 2010, from [[Jeremie Bousquet>>http://markmail.org/message/u73ewv3xyqrkjxnj]]:(((
342 > For the rest, I must say that on the other side, and even with some (known) flaws, xwiki is not comparable to other wikis I know. No one offers such liberty and customization possibilities. I use it for some years now at work (since v0.9) and migrated regularly to last versions, and progression is incredible, in terms of features and usability.
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345 * 31 Jan 2010, from [[Jessica Hawkwell>>http://ladyserenakitty.com/]]:(((
346 > XWiki is an awesome thing. My site is like LiveJournal + PhotoBucket + some generic hosting + SquareSpace all rolled into ONE
347 )))
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349 * 31 Jan 2010, from [[Dilipkumar J>>http://twitter.com/dilipkumarj/status/8436038340]]:(((
350 > XWiki's flexibility & maturity makes it a progg platform & a wiki. Kudos to dev team @ XWiki for creating & sustaining this amazing software
351 )))
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353 * 24 Nov 2009, from [[Agent Pugsly>>http://twitter.com/field_agent/statuses/6005241721]]:(((
354 > I consider XWiki Watch to be one of the most awesome pieces of software I've seen in a while. Wish I had a citizen journalist network....
355 )))
356 * 14 Nov 2009, from [[Brian Munroe>>http://twitter.com/baskeddy/statuses/5714727429]]:(((
357 > If it were legal to marry a software product in Nevada, I would marry XWiki.
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359 * 23 Oct 2009, from Sabin Buraga:(((
360 > XWiki is not a simple wiki, but a mature Web 2.0 platform that we successfully use it since 2005 in the academic context
361 )))
362 * 22 Oct 2009, from Jessica Hawkwell:(((
363 > I love XWiki. Even MediaWiki isn't so easily customized.
364 )))
365 * 2 Oct 2009, from [[Niels Mayer>>http://www.mail-archive.com/users@xwiki.org/msg09160.html]]:(((
366 > XWiki is the best thing to hit open source since Linux and Emacs :-)
367 )))
368 * 28 Sep 2009, from [[Lewis Denizen>>http://markmail.org/message/trqi4dhj6hvmjc3w]]:(((
369 > Thank you to the Dev team for such a great XWiki 2.0 release!
370 > XWiki is the best wiki I've ever encountered - the ideas in it have really shown what Java + open source libs can achieve.
371 > The result is purely extraordinary! Thank you so much for such a great piece of software!
372 )))

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