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Jan 10 2019

XWiki's 2018 in review

2018 has been both challenging and rewarding at XWiki, but overall, a very productive year for us. We participated in various events, developed our products and services, received two awards for our hard work, and took great care of our team spirit.

Here is a quick revision of XWikiers` journey:

Team work makes the dream work

1. Breaking records 

In February we received the biggest reward we could have received from you, our users: an incredible increase in XWiki installs and instances activity.

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2. Amazon uses XWiki for over 1 year

The internal Wiki platform for documentation and collaboration is being used by nearly 20 000 active users, mostly in engineering and product teams, as a collaborative knowledge sharing and documentation platform. 

3. XWiki receives Best Open and Ethic Business Award 

In December we were recognized as providers of ethic software and services for over 10 years.

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4. CryptPad receives NGI startup award

Europe’s Next Generation Internet initiative (NGI.eu) awarded CryptPad the Next Generation Internet’s Privacy and trust-enhanced technologies startup award. The NGI Startup Awards recognize Europe’s most disruptive entrepreneurs who are advancing revolutionary products, solutions and services destined to have a major impact on the internet of the future.

What is new in XWiki?

1. XWiki 10.x

The 10.x cycle is defined by having an improved usability for on-boarding new users and administrators: from protection against refactoring operations, to editing inline macro content, to more auto-suggests, to a faster user interface. We managed to have over 750 issues closed: 415 bugs, 160 improvements, 31 new features and more!

2. ONLYOFFICE online editors added to XWiki`s ecosystem

Users can perform all their editing tasks directly in XWiki without having to switch between the editor and their collaboration software anymore. Furthermore, multiple users can collaborate in real time and push changes directly to XWiki.

3. XWiki Cloud free for Open Source Projects

Open source projects requesting a cloud wiki, can host their wikis with XWiki SAS at the bronze level and receive regular updates.

4. GDPR compliance with XWiki`s cookies consent application

In light of the latest European General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), our team created a Cookies Consent application to help XWiki users ensure compliance. It can be installed for free and customized in such a way that it matches each brand`s identity.

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XWiki at conferences

We've been more active than ever in the international conferences and meetings scene. Whether in France, Belgium, Romania or the United States of America, our team made sure we are well represented.

1. FOSDEM 

We participated with presentations in six different tracks, tackling various hot subjects: new features, compatibility and integration with other tools and services, lessons learned from deployments, surveys, research and development, legal issues, and Artificial Intelligence.

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2. Salon Intranet

Ludovic, our CEO, had 4 talks about collaboration and wiki culture. 

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3. OW2 Meetup

At the beginning of June, we hosted a user meetup within the OW2 conference. It was a great occasion to see and meet people from the corporate and Open Source world interested in the use cases of XWiki.

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4. Libre Software Meeting

Our participating XWikiers, Clément Aubin, Ludovic Dubost and Anca Luca discussed about building a customized knowledge base in minutes, tips and tricks to finance free software, CryptPad - the Zero Knowledge editor, and Open Food Facts.

5. Hackathon in San Francisco

Ludovic, Anca, and Clement held a presentation about CryptPad, our end-to-end encrypted real-time collaboration tool. Also, they took part in a hackathon on CryptPad and XWiki.

6. Cloud Expo  Europe

We met plenty of you at our stand and discussed about digital transformation problems linked to cloud and encrypted collaboration solutions.

7. Day Click

Our HR Team met potential candidates and shared our job openings and internship opportunities with them.

8. B-Boost Convention

Ludovic took part in the round table discussion on Open Source and free models. It was a great opportunity to exchange on security topics and CryptPad, too.

9. Capitol du Libre 2018 

Ludovic brought to discussion the topic of financing free and open source software and described how collaboration with end-to-end encryption is possible using CryptPad.

10. Paris Open Source Summit 2018

We presented during the following tracks: Increasing ethics in Digital, End-user Solutions for the Workplace, Open Source Community Summit and European Open Source Law Event.

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Team life

1. XWiki Seminar 

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Both teams from France and Romania had a great time together in Brasov. The theme chosen for this year was about the topic of “bears”, considering the mountain location. 

2. Breakfast @XWiki on International Week of Happiness at Work

Armed with smiley badges, colorful balloons and inspired by the emblematic "Breakfast at Tiffany's" theme, we organized an early breakfast in Iasi and Paris, at the same time.

3. Women in Tech

PIN Magazine published an article about how in XWiki (Iasi) women proved that they can work in IT and even outnumber their male colleagues.   

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How was your 2018?

Dec 13 2018

XWiki @Paris Open Source Summit 2018

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Our team of brave XWikiers did it again! We`ve represented XWiki and CryptPad at Paris Open Source Summit 2018, event that got to its 4th edition. Between the 5th & 6th of December, 5000 participants had the occasion to attend around 200 conferences and get in touch with the latest technological innovations.

Our colleagues tackled four main topics during the conference: XWiki Solutions, CryptPad, GDPR, and Open Food Facts. Moreover, as a token of all the hard work in the past 15 years, we received the “Best Open and Ethic Business” award.

XWiki Solutions

Ludovic, our CEO, conducted a track on End-user Solutions for the Workplace. Providers such as Bluemind, Maarch, XWiki, eXoPlatform, ElasticSearch, Tuleap, BonitaSoft, SpagoBI, and RocketChat offered an insight into their solutions for Collaboration, Chat, Big-Data or Document Management.

In the same track, Clément, our Account Manager, had a speech on how the open source XWiki software developed, and how companies like SCOR, SNCF, SFR, Naval Group, Fidelia, ARS Hauts de France benefit from XWiki SAS solutions. Find out more about this topic by reading his presentation:

CryptPad

During the Summit, Ludovic had two important roles: he was both a trackleader and a speaker. His intervention as a speaker was focused on CryptPad and the need of a new approach for collaboration services based on end-to-end  encryption and zero-knowledge of user`s data in cloud services. Take a closer look at his presentation:

Aaron, who is the CryptPad CTO and part of the XWiki Research Team, held a presentation called CryptPad, Encrypted Collaboration, tackling the same issue as Ludovic`s: providing both the highest security of user`s data and real-time collaboration. For further details, read his presentation:

GDPR

Cristina, our DPO, had an intervention on the implementation of GDPR in IT companies by bringing to participants` attention some epic fails and XWiki`s example of good practice on enforcement of data protection measures. Check out the entire presentation below:

Open Food Facts

If you joined the Co-producing a free database round-table, you might have met Anca, our Client Service CTO, who debated about the new concepts of Open Data.

To sum up our experience, we had a blast during these two days. Meeting new people, establishing new connections, and impacting the Open Source Community made us look forward to next year`s edition.

Anamaria Aniculăesei - XWiki Marketing Intern

Oct 30 2018

XWiki and its Women in Tech

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This article originally appeared in PIN magazine.

XWiki is an organization active in the open source domain, offering its own product: a software used to build collaborative solutions and services. The company was founded in 2004 in France and since 2007 in Romania as well. At the time of publication of this article, our team consists of 39 employees split between the Paris and Iasi offices. Diversity in the workplace is important to us, and it came naturally, because we have always sought to hire the best person, regardless of age, gender, religion or any other external factor. With regard to gender distribution, the difference between the percentage of female and male employees is not significant in the company itself. The statistics for the Iasi office are, however, more interesting: the number of women considerably exceeds that of men.

We asked our female colleagues for testimonials on their experience in the IT world, from the point of view of their professional activity, but also from a personal point of view.

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Ecaterina Moraru - Lead Interaction Designer

I am one of the few high school colleagues who have ended up working in this field. I remember that when I was accepted into the Faculty of Computer Science, there were just a few girls taking the same courses, with the gender difference already marking this field. Besides, if you were passionate about gaming, you were even more rare. Today, things have changed quite a bit.

At XWiki, I'm an Interaction Designer. Even if what I do may seem a little "soft", I consider it a best choice, as it's a place a come to work with great enthusiasm. In Iasi, the field of Interaction Design and the entire area of User Experience are still in the beginning phase. I cannot say I had someone that I was able to learn from, but I believe I was able to find and implement solutions that made the software more accessible and easy to use.

XWiki was the first company in Iasi to develop an open source product and, even today, it is one of the few companies built around this philosophy. I always had this desire to contribute to the creation of a product, and now I'm part of the team in charge of developing the open source product. I take care of the specifications and interface of the new functionalities which we want to integrate into the product. I create prototypes and write code for the front-end. I collaborate with our international community and we decide together about the functionalities that would be implemented. The product I have been developing and contributing to for more than 10 years has more than 3 million downloads and users in more than 115 countries.

Instead of a conclusion, I consider that women can learn and work in any IT specialization. In addition, you have the opportunity to act and develop not only locally, but globally. There are now many projects and companies that promote gender diversity and encourage women to pursue a career in IT. Nevertheless, I believe that the power of example is the most powerful motivation: the more women who work in this field and talk about their experience, the more they will attract others who will want the same thing.

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Cristina DeLisle - Office and Legal Administrator, DPO

I studied law with a specialization in Business Law, and I currently work at XWiki in the Paris office, after spending a year in the Iasi office.

My role is a combination of cross-functional skills, in areas such as human resources, law, data protection, accounting, technology sales - all because XWiki, my employer, is an open source company. The majority of my colleagues have a specialization in computer science and are professionals in this field, but other employee skills are also appreciated within XWiki.

I had the chance to meet great colleagues at XWiki, who inspire me to explore the technical side and go beyond my limits. I had the opportunity to participate and speak at IT conferences, where, considering gender differences, I found myself at a presentation where there were only men in the audience. It was one of the moments when I realized the disparity in the industry or sectors of the industry.

Fortunately, this problem does not exist at XWiki - almost half of the employees are women (including in management positions) - as well as there is no gender-based discrimination. I would like to find this model in general, in all IT companies.

I think it is important that there are examples of women who have made careers, in general, to find them in executive and leadership roles. The challenge is to ensure a balance between this model and meritocracy, which in most cases brings men into the recruitment process who are finalized with an offer. Moreover, gender discrimination in IT seems to be a real problem, if we take into account analyses that, fortunately, I have just read and not experienced from a personal point of view. I am happy to have women I admire on my team and I believe that such examples will ensure, over time, a numerical balance between the sexes in the technical field.

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Diana Veron - HR and Admin Coordinator

I had the opportunity to enter the IT industry in 2011, just after completing a Master's degree in Human Resources Management at the Faculty of Economics and Business Management, by obtaining a position as HR and Admin Assistant at XWiki. I have always dreamed of working in HR in the IT industry, because the challenges in this field (especially related to the recruitment process and employee motivation) have always attracted me. What I found at XWiki fully met my expectations: the work environment, the young and dynamic team, the international aspect and the way we communicate, the flexibility of the work schedule, the autonomy and the trust the management and my colleagues invested in me, the relationship with them, etc.

Even if, usually, in the field of HR we see mostly women, I had the opportunity to work also with men having this role at XWiki, and in my experience, gender is not a concern at all. As a member of the XWiki Executive Committee, I have always felt that my opinion counts and is taken into consideration, I am only satisfied because I have had the opportunity to contribute to strategic decision-making within the company. For me HR and the IT industry will always remain key aspects in my professional career and I am proud to lead my activity in such a rapidly changing industry.

IT is a dynamic industry and I have encountered challenges everywhere, but in my opinion the secret to success lies in the passionate performance of tasks and in being in the right professional environment, with the right team. Of course, there is also determination, curiosity, continuous learning and concentration of effort to achieve a high quality mission.

This year I became a mother, and I added new challenges to my current activity: I moved to France, started working remotely, and I am constantly working to maintain a balance between family and professional life. One of the major differences between Romania and France is the fact that, after the birth of the first child, mothers must be back at work immediately after maternity leave, which is only 4 months.

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Oana Lavinia Florean - Software Development Intern

I graduated the Computer Science high school, Grigore Moisil in Iasi, currently studying in the third year at the Faculty of Computer Science and I have been an intern at XWiki for 5 months. I therefore have experience strongly related to the IT field and contrary to what is said, I have not observed a great discrepancy between the number of women and men in the field.

At XWiki, I had my first internship, my first experience in a company, which gave me the opportunity to interact with the open source environment. I was part of the team that developed the open source product and had the opportunity to get in touch with a less well-known IT sub-domain in Romania. I collaborated with people from different countries, I have seen my contributions integrated into new versions of the product and I have improved, at the same time, my developer skills.

We do have the coolest colleagues, isn't it?

Oct 10 2018

Join our hackathon in San Francisco

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As some of you might already know from our tweets, Ludovic, Anca and Clement will be travelling to San Francisco between the 12th and the 20th of October. They're looking forward to meeting contributors and friends from the area, so let them, or us, know if you want to grab a coffee and exchange ideas.

Moreover, if you want to roll up your sleeves, you can join them at the hackathon hosted by Noisebridge, on Saturday, 20 October. The event will start with a presentation about CryptPad, our end-to-end encrypted realtime collaboration tool, followed by the hackathon on CryptPad and XWiki, the open source software.
The host will be Steve Phillips, creator of CrypTag & Cypherpunks Write Code and lead developer of LeapChat. Noisebridge is a hackerspace for technical-creative projects, doocratically run by its members. They are a non-profit educational institution intended for public benefit. Located in the heart of San Francisco, their motto is: We teach, we learn, we share. 

Agenda (12 p.m. - 6 p.m.):

12 p.m. - Opening and introductions

1 p.m. - CryptPad presentation: "Why Privacy Matters and How to Collaborate Securely"
Ludovic Dubost, CEO of XWiki SAS, the company that is building the CryptPad open source project and online service, will tell us what went on when the idea of Cryptpad came about, how it was developed and what possibilities this new technology brings.

1:45 p.m. - CryptPad and XWiki Hackathon
This is an event for any developer that wishes to work on an open source software. You can help enhance CryptPad and XWiki, try to build your first privacy enhancing application and, for the perfectionist bunch, fix a bug in CryptPad or XWiki.
We're officially launching a challenge for the advanced developers: to integrate a JavaScript calendar viewer and editor inside CryptPad. Signed up yet?


Who will be there?

- Ludovic Dubost: creator of XWiki and CryptPad contributor, business lead of XWiki & CryptPad;
- Anca Luca: 10 year XWiki committer and XWiki Client team CTO;
- Clément Aubin: XWiki committer & Google Summer of Code Mentor;
- Steve Phillips: creator of CrypTag & Cypherpunks Write Code + lead developer of LeapChat;
- You!

 See you in San Francisco?

Sep 26 2018

What about breakfast @ XWiki on International Week of Happiness at Work?

Though happiness is a common daily attitude of XWikiers, when we heard about the International Week of Happiness at Work we decided to celebrate it properly. Armed with smiley badges, colorful balloons and inspired by the emblematic "Breakfast at Tiffany's" theme, we asked ourselves "What about breakfast @XWiki?". As a consequence, both teams organized an early breakfast in Iasi and Paris, at the same time. 

In Paris, we served a typical French breakfast with croissants, pain au chocolat, brioches, fruits, all sort of sweets, glasses with emoticons and apparently some unicorns in the setting (because why not?). 

The morning gathered the XWikiers from the Iasi office to a classical Romanian breakfast with all sort of salty and sweet delights, cereals, juice, milk, motivational quotes and a lovely rustic arrangement.

Also some of our teleworkers shared with us glimpses of their breakfast experiences and it was fun debriefing afterwords the entire event on our internal chats.

Of course, everybody had a lot of coffee and we got our morning energy setting us for the rest of the work day.

Check out bellow some of our lovely settings from the Paris and Iasi offices. Also, if you want to join us, feel free to contact us and apply for one of our current XWiki opening positions.

The XWiki HR Team

Sep 06 2018

XWiki Seminar 2018

Time flies and here we are at the 10th edition of the awesome XWiki company Seminar. Both teams from France and Romania had a great time together in Brasov, at AnaHotels Sport. The theme we’ve chosen this year was around the topic of “bears”, considering the mountain location. 

In one week, we discussed a lot of topics regarding status of the teams, future planning, challenges and team life at XWiki. We also had a hackathon, participated in memorable HR activities and enjoyed a lot of leisure time. We’ve even witnessed together a moon eclipse. 

For the trip day, some of us decided to test their adventure spirit at Aventura parc and Canionul Sapte Scari. We also had a lot of fun discovering the Bran Castle and the city of Brasov.

We invite you to check out some of our photos to have an overview of the wonderful time we spent together at the XWiki 2018 Seminar.

If you wish to have a glimpse of last year’s Seminar, you can do that by clicking here.

If this convinced you to come with us next time to the XWiki 2019 Seminar, please take a look at our opened positions inside XWiki.

The XWiki HR Team

Jun 28 2018

See you at Libre Software Meeting 2018?

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We will be speaking at the Libre Software Meeting 2018 (or RMLL), in Strasbourg, between the 7th and 12th of July. Our team of participating XWikiers, Clément Aubin, Ludovic Dubost and Anca Luca, will be discussing about building a customized knowledge base in minutes, tips and tricks to finance free software, CryptPad - the Zero Knowledge editor and Open Food Facts.

What is Libre Software Meeting?

Libre Software Meeting is a annual festival open to all, with this year's edition articulated around transdisciplinary tracks. The main track is "Digital education: captivity factory or new emancipation?". The meetings will be in form of talks, workshops, round tables, chatrooms, hackerspaces and creation.

Who will be there?

Clément Aubin

Clement is working at XWiki SAS as an Account Manager, while also being a student at the EISTI and at Grenoble Business School. He's been involved in the free and Open Source software world since 2015 when he joined a student organization named ATILLA, that promotes free and libre alternatives to proprietary solutions. Nowadays, most of his contributions to FOSS go into the development of the XWiki Open Source software, a great project in which he's been contributing for almost a year. Join his presentation, if you are interesting in learning how to build a customized knowledge base in minutes using XWiki.

Ludovic Dubost

Creator of XWiki and CEO of XWiki SAS, Ludovic has been the gentle organizer of the XWiki SAS company for 14 years. XWiki SAS leads the development of the XWiki Software used by thousands of organizations, including Amazon Inc. and helps companies and organizations all over the world organize, share, and collaborate on content. Advanced solutions have been developed to help companies manage support content, sales procedures and knowledge or build complete collaborative Intranets. He prepared two presentations for this occasion, one held on July 8th, at 11:30, regarding CryptPad, the Zero Knowledge software, supporting secure online collaboration, and a second one, on the same day, at 13:00, where you'll discover tips and tricks to finance free software.

Anca Luca

Passionate (web) programmer, open source & free software fan, member of the Open Food Facts community in her free time and working for the XWiki Open Source project as a job. In this talk, Open Food Facts: the wikipedia of food products, held on July 8, at 16:30, you will see how Open Food Facts leverages open source technologies such as Perl, MongoDB, Android, as well as the great power of communities to open data of public interest for health & science, as well as unforeseen applications in your daily life. Open Food Facts is developed and managed by a community of open source, open data and food enthusiasts and is organised as a non-profit association. 

Can I join?

Sure you can! Feel free to attend the meetings that attract you the most either from the ones prepared by our XWikiers or by checking the full schedule on the dedicated LSM page.

Practical information

The Libre Sotware Meeting 2018 will be held from 7 to 12 July at the University of Strasbourg, in France. The meetings included in the tracks start from 10:00 and end around 18:00 each day, with social events lasting until late at night.

Access to the LSM locations by means of public transportation:

  • Central Campus of the university of Strasbourg
    • Université
    • Observatoire
    • Esplanade
  • presqu'île André Malraux
    • Winston Churchill
    • Étoile Bourse

The locations for the meetings:

Jun 26 2018

Here is what you missed at the OW2 XWiki meetup

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At the beginning of the month, the 7th of June, we hosted a user meetup within the OW2 conference. It was a great occasion to see and meet people from the corporate and Open Source world interested in the use cases of XWiki. It was a private session, with about 12 people present, ranging from XWiki SAS clients as Joëlle Chaudouet (RTE France), Julien Karachehayas (DINSIC), Sonia El Gahli (M Publicité), to new XWiki users discovering the product. Moreover, part of the XWiki contributors have participated at the event: Vincent Massol, Adel Atallah, Stéphane Laurière, Ludovic Dubost and Clément Aubin. We would like to thank everyone for the interesting questions, feedback and dilemmas we shared. 

For this meetup, we had the pleasure to share impressions and "the scene" with Géraud Solignac and Denis Clairet from SNCF Mobilités. They have told the story of SNCF and XWiki with an accent on the use case in their maintenance centers across France. The presentation was followed by a demo of the actual platform, showing the specific functionalities developed by the XWiki SAS team. It led to a series of questions and discussions about the different cusomization capabilities of the platform that our client team could offer.

Vincent Massol, our CTO, took the lead and presented the top 10 new features in XWiki 9.X and 10.X, showcasing usage examples for each improvement. This evolved into another set of discussions regarding how new features are integrated into the platform, and how the new features that were presented could solve specific use cases. 

At the same event, our colleague, Cristina Roșu, has tackled the subject of GDPR compliance, the Right to be forgotten and Artificial Intelligence. You can watch her presentation below. 


Another talk that our team had was held by Caleb James Delisle showcasing security and integrity controls on CryptPad.

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May 24 2018

We’re hosting a XWiki Meetup on the 7th of June 2018

We’re hosting a XWiki Meetup at OW2 conference, in Paris, with talks from our clients at SNCF Mobilités (National Society of French Railroads), plus a talk from our CTO, Vincent Massol, about the latest development in XWiki 9.x and 10.x.

What is the XWiki Meetup?

The XWiki Meetup is a great opportunity to interact with the people developing XWiki and the ones that have chosen it for their information intelligence needs. Even more, we want to learn what future features you would like to see in XWiki, so we will launch a debate in which you can decide the future of XWiki. Exciting, isn't it?

Also, as the meetup it’s part of a larger event, you can meet lots of other interesting people and talks at the conference. See the full schedule here. OW2con'18 is the annual open source event bringing together the OW2 community, technology experts, software architects, IT project managers and decision-makers from around the world.

Where and when will it be?

The Meetup will take place on the 7th of June 2018 at Orange Gardens, in Paris-Châtillon, Room 3B-2-Giant 5 - Main Building. It will commence at 13:00 and end at around 15:00. 

Châtillon is located south of Paris (Google map). Please note that a photo ID and a nominative ticket for the event are necessary for accessing the Orange site.

Access to Orange Gardens Innovation Center by means of transportation: 

  • Bus: Line 388, from Paris Porte d'Orleans, Station République-Liberté (11 stops), then 110 m walking 
  • Metro: From Paris (center) Châtelet, Line 1 to Champs-Elysées Clémenceau (5 stops) then Line 13 to Châtillon Montrouge (12 stops), then 1.3 km (17 min) walking or take the T6 option
  • Option: T6 Tram at Châtillon-Montrouge to Châtillon Center (2 stops) then 600m walking to the Orange Gardens

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Who will be there?

A representative from SNCF Mobilités

In order to respond to the new needs one unit in the SNCF group, XWiki SAS migrated one of their knowledge bases from MediaWiki. This project involved the creation of new procedures for the platform's information management, a new blog, a new media library and PDF export.

As a whole, the project contributed to the establishment of a pleasant, manageable and secure platform for the diffusion of technical recommendations and an improvement of the productivity of maintenance agents.

Vincent Massol

Vincent is the CTO of XWiki SAS and an active committer of the XWiki open source project. Before being paid to work on open source he spent over 10 years working nights and week ends having fun on various open source projects (committer on Apache Maven, creator of Apache Cactus and Codehaus Cargo to name a few).

Vincent also co-authored 3 books: JUnit in Action , Maven: A Developer's Notebook and Better Builds with Maven. He's a regular speaker at IT and Java conferences and also a member of LesCastCodeurs podcast, a French podcast focusing on news in the Java world at large.

Can I come?

Sure you can! Just sign up using the OW2con'18 Registration Form (ticking the box "XWiki MeetUp") and let us know you’ll be coming!

See you on the 7th?

Mar 26 2018

Our experience at Salon Intranet 2018

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Last week was a busy one, here at XWiki. We've attended Solutions Intranet - RSE & collaboratif where Ludovic had 4 talks on collaboration and the wiki culture. 

His first intervention was on "Voici les toutes dernières innovations participatives à connaître":

On the second day, we held an Atelier on "Amazon Inc. utilise XWiki, pourquoi pas vous ? Comment la culture Wiki et Open Source peut transformer votre entreprise !". Here is the presentation: 

We were happy to meet everyone that visited us. These three days have been a true pleasure, we have met incredible people and made new business friends.