Since we last wrote a summary of our blogs, Confluence 3.1 left the nest, a Mo’ winner has been elected, we’ve cut our newsletter subscribers in half (a virtual bloodbath!) and, on a less dramatic but notable note, we recorded a few new videos for AtlassianTV. Not a bad two weeks!
Confluence 3.1 has left the building!. Confluence 3.1 delivers a number of powerful new features like OpenSocial Gadgets, improved core editing features, and (what I’m really excited about) new drag-and-drop attachments and Office 2007 support. Give Confluence 3.1 a try today.
GreenHopper 4.2.1. John published a video that shows off the great new features in GreenHopper 4.2. Not be outdone, Nick published a blog announcing GreenHopper 4.2.1 with some neat improvements like versioning of the planning board.
Movember @ Atlassian: The time has come. Atlassian staff raised over $3,000 for charity and grew some very pretty staches.
Jira iPhone Web Interface Plugin. On the Developer Blog, we wrote about a ShipIt Day project and 20% time project for a Jira iPhone Web client.
Video: Jira Connector of Jama Contour. We ran a “Plugin of the Month” webinar featuring Java Contour, a requirements management tool that now integrates with Jira.
Humans DO write our emails!. A virtual bloodbath, we did something most companies dread to even consider: we purged our email lists of inactive subscribers. And we wrote about it, too.
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