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1 XWiki.org is a fully-featured [[software forge>>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Forge_%28software%29||__blank]], dedicated to host projects that relates to wikis.
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3 There are various types of projects:
4 * **Top Level Projects**: Those are active projects developed by the XWiki Development Team, following the practices defined in the [[Dev wiki>>dev:Main.WebHome]].
5 * **Contrib Projects**: Those are projects developed by people not part of the XWiki Development Team. These projects can follow their own development practices as explained on the [[Contrib wiki>>contrib:Main.WebHome]].
6 * **Retired Projects**: Those were projects that were once active projects developed by the XWiki Development Team and that have been moved in the Contrib area as retired project. They have served us well and are now waiting for someone to take them over and inject a new life in them... or not...
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8 = Top Level Projects =
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10 |=Project Name|=What is it?
11 |[[XWiki Enterprise>>enterprise:Main.WebHome]]|A [[fully-featured>>enterprise:Main.Features]] wiki for the Enterprise. It's also a [[second generation wiki>>SecondGenerationWiki]] offering the ability to install and develop small applications inside wiki pages.
12 |[[XWiki Enterprise Manager>>manager:Main.WebHome]]|An application to manage a farm of XWiki Enteprise instances, allowing large-scale organization and massive scalability.
13 |[[XWiki Platform>>platform:Main.WebHome]]|The generic wiki platform offering runtime services for applications built on top of it.
14 |[[XWiki Eclipse>>xeclipse:Main.WebHome]]|Desktop application targeted to developers for productivity/offline editing of XWiki pages
15 |[[XWiki Office>>xoffice:Main.WebHome]]|An add-in to edit XWiki pages from MS Word
16 |[[XWiki Rendering>>rendering:Main.WebHome]]|A generic Rendering system that converts textual input in a given syntax (wiki syntax, HTML, etc) into another syntax (XHTML, etc).
17 |[[XWiki Commons>>commons:Main.WebHome]]|Technical Java libraries that can be reused outside of the XWiki Ecosystem.
18 |[[Contrib>>contrib:Main.WebHome]]|An umbrella project under which external contributions (such as macros, applications, and more) can be added (no need to be an XWiki Committer to create a new project there).
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20 = Contrib Projects =
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22 The full list of Contrib projects is available in the [[Contrib wiki>>contrib:Main.WebHome]]. However's a list of large active projects that we wish to highlight:
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24 |=Project Name|=What is it?
25 |[[Curriki>>http://www.curriki.org]]|Open Source Curriculum Sharing and Editing based on the XWiki Platform.
26 |[[XWiki Office>>extensions:Extension.XWiki Office]]|MS Office Integration.
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28 = Retired Projects =
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31 |[[XWiki Workspaces>>https://github.com/xwiki-contrib/retired/tree/master/workspaces]]|A powerful yet easy to use collaboration solution, organized around the concept of spaces and their applications.
32 |[[XWiki Chronopolys>>extensions:Extension.Chronopolys]]|Project management application for managing portfolio of projects
33 |[[XWiki Watch>>extensions:Extension.XWiki Watch]]|A social RSS reader allowing groups to collaboratively follow information news and filter it.
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35 image:http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/f/f2/Egyptian_metal_workers.png
36 // [[Egyptian metal workers>>http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Egyptian_metal_workers.png]] - GNU Free Documentation //

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