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Hi,

I've just discovered that we also have a Confluence installation. And I get a little bit confused. What is supposed to go in there? Will it take over for the Documentation-pages that we have today?

It would be great if we could get a list where to put what. I think it is important that we do not get to many different places to put documentation and information.


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Confluence is the old documentation. It is still there because the package of JForum 2.1.6 and some links here in the forum points to some Confluence documents.

In the near future, confluence should be removed.

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To bad

I think that Confluence is a much better tool than JspWiki given the strong relations to Jira.

Just love things like:

http://confluence.atlassian.com/display/JIRA/JIRA+3.6.5+Release+Notes
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I like confluence as Wiki, but I find it too hard to customize - the opposite of JSPWiki.

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Rafael Steil wrote:I like confluence as Wiki, but I find it too hard to customize - the opposite of JSPWiki.

Rafael



Well, we can make a Jira-plugin for JSPWiki if we find that usefull. I'm happy as long as we have one place for the documentation, and one only
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I love JForum
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I've got JForum installed ... but where is the documentation? I go to http://jforum.net/doc and get a 404 error.
 
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