We keep all our household information in Confluence (bills, expenses, etc.), so the system needs to be available at all times to both of us on the network.

Confluence got personal with the release of Confluence 2.2. That release gave each user expanded capabilities for creating personal spaces. But here’s a cool blog about using Confluence personally.

If you’re looking for a way to keep your digital life organised, look no further than the excellent Confluence wiki. The personal license is free and it’s quick and easy to ensure your data is organised, linked, version-controlled and searchable.

Read the complete zeroalternatives blog here for more detail on downloading and installing the Confluence personal license on OSX.

Running Confluence automatically on OS X...