Changes for page Testimonials

Last modified by Vincent Massol on 2023/01/23

From version < 89.1 >
edited by Yuriy Safronov
on 2019/02/15
To version < 93.1 >
edited by Vincent Massol
on 2020/10/21
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4 4  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.
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7 +* 20th of October 2020, from [[Jeff Turner>>]]:(((
8 +> 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.
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10 +* 6th of August 2020, from [[Johannes Wielsch>>]]:(((
11 +> 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.
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13 +* 9th of June 2020, from [[Andy Tripp>>]]:(((
14 +> 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.
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16 +> 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!
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18 +> 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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7 7  * 15th February 2019, from Yuriy Safronov (while filling the feedback form):(((
8 8  > I fell in love with XWiki at first sight!
9 9  > The rich features of XWiki amazed my imagination. All my requirements, when choosing a wiki, are fully satisfied with XWiki and even more.
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10 10  > Thanks to all the project participants!
11 11  )))
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13 -* 6th December 2018, from Guido Kracke in private email:(((
26 +* 6th December 2018, from Guido Kracke in private email (with consent to publish it):(((
14 14  > 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.
15 15  )))
16 16  * 28th November 2018, from Valentin on [[the XWiki forum>>]]:(((

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