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edited by Vincent Massol
on 2013/06/18
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edited by Vincent Massol
on 2013/12/04
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3 3  {{info}}If you're interested to add your own testimonial, please register and edit the page or add a testimonial as a comment. You can also blog about it, tweet it, etc. This is one of the ways to [[contribute>>dev:Community.Contributing]] to the XWiki project.{{/info}}
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5 -* 18 June 2013, from Ramez Kamel, [[here>>https://twitter.com/Fivefoots/status/346712140108939264]], [[here>>https://twitter.com/Fivefoots/status/346903110855307264]] and [[here>>https://twitter.com/Fivefoots/status/346906686679814144]]:(((
5 +* 4 December 2013, from [[Patrick Masson>>https://twitter.com/massonpj/status/408256928599379968]]:(((
6 +> 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.
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9 +* 25 July 2013, from [[Jordi Duran Cals>>https://twitter.com/JordiDuranCals/status/360301254821429248]]:(((
10 +> @XWiki I have just done. Becaouse XWiki is a fabulous developing platform, congratulations for your great work.
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13 +* 7 July 2013, [[from Catalin Cimpanu on Softpedia>>http://news.softpedia.com/news/Script-of-the-Day-XWiki-364308.shtml]]:(((
14 +> 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.
15 +> 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.
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17 +> 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.
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19 +> 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."
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21 +> 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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24 +* 18 June 2013, from Ramez Kamel, [[here>>https://twitter.com/Fivefoots/status/346712140108939264]] and [[here>>https://twitter.com/Fivefoots/status/346906686679814144]]:(((
6 6  > @XWiki Rocks
7 7  > Well, (re)discovering it. Looks to me that you coined a number of features !
8 8  > 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)

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