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New Maven SNAPSHOT repository

To reduce the pressure on the main http://nexus.xwiki.org and have better response time for the CI, we decided to move Maven SNAPSHOT artifacts to their own Nexus instance on https://nexus-snapshots.xwiki.org. It's also the occasion for us to get more familiar with Nexus 3 before migrating nexus.xwiki.org. The main impact for you in practice is that you should change the snapshot repository you have in your Maven /.m2/settings.xml so that Maven download SNAPSHOT artifacts from the right server. You can take a look at the now updated documentation on Building. ...

XWiki 15.10.8 Released

The XWiki development team is proud to announce the availability of XWiki 15.10.7. This is a bug fix release to fix important regressions found after releasing XWiki 15.10.7 and some security issues. See the release notes for more information. ...

Diagram Application 1.3 Released

The Diagram Application 1.3 has been released. This extension is not supported by the XWiki developers. It's being released since it had some bugfixes since 2017 that had not been released. It's recommended to use the Diagram Application (Pro) which offers new features (draw.io upgrade, SVG-based PDF export, better link management and Gliffy diagrams support) and bug fixes including blocker issue Can't import a diagram and more. ...

XWiki 16.2.0 Released

The XWiki development team is proud to announce the availability of XWiki 16.2.0. The realtime WYSIWYG editing feature has been added to XWiki (but turned off by default as it's still considered experimental). In addition this release brings performance improvements when pages have lots of revisions. In term of important infrastructure changes, XWiki has moved from Restlet to Jersey for its REST API and from Solr 8 to Solr 9 (a migration has been included). XWiki is progressing on its path for being WCAG 2.1 AA compliant and several improvements have been made. And bug fixes as usual. See the release notes for more information. ...

XWiki 16.2.0 Release Candidate 1 Released

The XWiki development team is proud to announce the availability of XWiki 16.2.0 RC1. The realtime WYSIWYG editing feature has been added to XWiki (but turned off by default as it's still considered experimental). In addition this release brings performance improvements when pages have lots of revisions. In term of important infrastructure changes, XWiki has moved from Restlet to Jersey for its REST API and from Solr 8 to Solr 9 (a migration has been included). XWiki is progressing on its path for being WCAG 2.1 AA compliant and several improvements have been made. And bug fixes as usual. See the release notes for more information. ...

OpenID Connect extension 2.4.0 released

The extension in charge of adding support for OpenID Connect (both on client and provider side) has been released in version 2.4.0. ...

XWiki 15.10.7 Released

The XWiki development team is proud to announce the availability of XWiki 15.10.7. This is a bug fix release to fix important regressions found after releasing XWiki 15.10.6 and some security issues. See the release notes for more information. ...

Release Notes Application 2.1 Released

The Release Notes Application 2.1 has been released. This release adds an optional parameter to the {{releasenotes}} macro to exclude changes from the displayed release notes. Also, it only displays edit links for changes when the user has edit rights, and fixes some bugs. ...

MathJax Extension 1.1.5 Released

The MathJax Extension 1.1.5 has been released. It's a bugfix version fixing an extra space appearing when displaying inline math. ...

XWiki 16.1.0 Released

The XWiki development team is proud to announce the availability of XWiki 16.1.0. Apart from bug fixes and dependency upgrades, this release contains several migrations to Live Data, offering an updated look and feel and more advanced filtering and sorting capabilities in more places in XWiki. See the release notes for more information. ...

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