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From Ted Husted <ted.hus...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Wikis for Geeks: anyone have a wiki that supports CVS/SVN for users?
Date Thu, 05 May 2005 20:11:21 GMT
Yes, Confluence uses Textile. 

I've been using Confluence/Textile at work for several months now,
and, IMHO, it's the fastest, best way for geeks-like-me to write
documents, especially technical documents.

When you hook up Confluence with JIRA and Subversion, things start to
get very, very tasty.

If anyone wants to take a Confluence space for spin, and see for
yourself,  just let me know.


On 5/5/05, Will Glass-Husain <wglass@apache.org> wrote:
> On the Velocity lists, we had a bit of discussion about this early in the
> year.  Tim Colson made a strong case for Confluence (which has a free
> license for open source projects).  I've not used it but rumor has it that
> the markup language is much more understandable than Moin Moin, letting you
> use basic HTML syntax instead of those crazy ''' punctuation marks.
> http://confluence.atlassian.com/display/DISC/Comparison+Matrix
> Best,

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