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edited by Ecaterina Moraru (Valica)
on 2015/12/02
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edited by Vincent Massol
on 2016/01/19
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5 +* 19 January 2016, from Mike Hoolehan, CTO @[[vCalc LLC>>http://www.vcalc.com]]:(((
6 +> 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.
7 +> 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.
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10 +* 09 December 2015, from [[Christophe Trefois>>http://dev.xwiki.org/xwiki/bin/view/IRC/xwikiArchive20151209]]:(((
11 +> my god
12 +> the nested pages with the tree stuff is like the best thing EVER to have been done in xWiki
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5 5  * 02 December 2015, from [[Murilo Beriam>>XWiki.muriloberiam]]:(((
6 6  >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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