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Blog posts for June 2007

XWiki Watch Public Beta Available


At the occasion of its first participation as an exhibitor at i-Expo, the French conference on digital information, XWiki announces the immediate availability of the public beta version of XWiki Watch, a social feed reader that allows a community to collect, analyse and distribute value added information by leveraging its collective intelligence.

Slated to run until September 2007 at the latest, the public beta program will allow participants to familiarize themselves with XWiki Watch, to contribute to the definition of new features and to improving the product, an to evaluate XWiki Watch for their own use. Interested beta testers are encouraged to contact our marketing team by email at {} to receive their acces codes.

A public presentation of XWiki Watch will take place on June 13, 2007 at the i-Expo Conference.

Happy Sales Guy

<img src="" alt="Pascal going crazy @ i-Expo 2007" width="500" height="375" /\ Photo Credits: Luis Arias\ \

Here is Pascal Bouche, our VP Sales jubilating over XWiki Watch winning the i-Expo Prize for Economic Intelligence at the i-Expo 2007 show in Paris. Way to go XWiki !  i-Expo is the largest professional tradeshow in Europe on Digital Information and Economic Intelligence. If you are interested by XWiki Watch for your organization, please contact Pascal at {}

Choose A Card, Any Card

Choose a Card any Card !

One of the objectives with change in the XWiki logo and web presence is to highlight the capacity for personalization in our product lines. We jumped on the opportunity to design a new set of business cards for our management and employees that translate this idea and generally put our prospects and customers in a good mood.

Update - I wanted to thank Laurent Lunati, our information architect for this great idea and design !


CHRONOPOLYS Meeting\ Photo Credits: Luis Arias\ \

Grégory Guéneau of AVANE came over to our office in Paris to show and tell us about the 1.0 release of CHRONOPOLYS, an exciting project management solution running on XWiki that we are very proud to have developed in a partnership with his company. It's really a sexy looking project management tool that can be used by mere mortals. I must say Grégory is a die-hard Apple fan (when are we getting i-Phone integration?), and he did a fantastic job in designing the product. We have a nice meeting room downstairs too!