Confluence Beta 2... er... 3

by Charles Miller on January 19, 2004

Well, it's been exactly a month since Beta 1 was released, so today we finally got the Cannon-Brookes Seal of Approval for the release of... Confluence Beta 3! (product page) (documentation site) (public sandbox)

Beta 2 escaped last Friday, but didn't survive long. It was a mercy killing.

I hope you'll excuse me selling out my principles here and using my blog as advertising space, but lately I've spent a significant proportion of my days working on this thing, and I think it's pretty cool.

I was given the task of writing the release notes, and it turns out that in the last month -- well, less considering the interruptions of Christmas, New Year, and the week or so we all spent working on Javablogs -- we resolved something like 95 issues, 32 of which were either new features or enhancements.

Most of them are listed here. Yes, those are two sets of JIRA search results embedded in a Confluence page.

Go us. Mad props to Ara, Armond, Dave, Mike and Ross. I am not worthy.

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