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As 2009 comes to an end I thought it would be fitting to finish the year with an entry that highlights those 5 posts that had the most views over the year. So, if you are looking for something good to read on the toilet one day, picking one of these posts is a pretty safe bet.
Note that this list does not include any posts relating to beta/new releases.

1. Movember @ Atlassian: The Home Stretch – Cast your votes!
Each year a bunch of brave Atlassians participate in Movember, (the month formerly known as November) a moustache growing charity event held during November each year that raises funds and awareness for men’s health. Thanks to our biggest participation rate ever, the Atlassian Mo Bro’s raised an impressive $9,000. Read more…

2. Gliffy is helping you make better decisions this Movember
Gliffy is a slick plugin for Confluence that allows you to create professional-quality flowcharts, diagrams, floor plans, technical drawings, and more on your Confluence pages. Showing their support for Movember, the lads at Gliffy put together a useful flowchart to help those Mo Bro’s choose the perfect moustache. Read more…

3. Task Management, Mockups and Diagrams – All in the Wiki
TaskDock, Balsamiq Mockups and Gliffy are three incredibly powerful and useful Confluence plugins that add some great functionality to your wiki, including task management, UI mockup creation and process diagrams. You can try them all out on the Confluence Sandbox to see if they meet your needs. Read more…

4. Introducing the Confluence Documentation Theme
Thanks to one of our incredibly talented developers, Confluence now has its very own Documentation Theme. The typography has been changed to make content easier to skim and read. The page tree is now built into the theme’s sidebar and can be disabled if you prefer to replace it with your own custom navigation. The sidebar can be adjusted in size or completely collapsed. The content of the sidebar as well as the header and footer sections of the page are completely customisable and support wiki markup. Read more…

5. Interactive Tour of Confluence as a Collaborative Intranet
The Confluence Sandbox is a live instance of Confluence where you can go try out all of Confluence’s features, some of the more popular plugins that are available and generally just get your hands dirty with the most popular enterprise wiki on the market. New to the Sandbox is the Atlassian Assistant which will take you on a guided interactive tour of Confluence. Read more…

That’s all folks! Well for 2009 anyway. Bill and I will be back in the new year to keep you updated on anything and everything that is interesting in the world of Confluence.
We wish everyone a happy and safe new year and best of luck for a stellar 2010!

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