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Latest Wikka news from the Developer Blog

Most of you know that Wikka has permanently left SF.net since more than one year and moved to its own server http://wikkawiki.org

If you want to keep up to date with the latest development news from the WikkaWiki Team you can subscribe to the Wikka Developer Blog http://blog.wikkawiki.org

You can also subscribe to our mailing lists http://wikkawiki.org/WikkaMailingLists or pop by and come say hello in our freenode IRC channel http://wikkawiki.org/TheLounge... read more

Posted by Dario 2007-11-29

Wikka 1.1.6.2 released

Wikka 1.1.6.2 (release name: bluebottle) features a long list of bugfixes and enhancements. The primary focus of this release is on providing extended functionality for embedded code blocks - which should be particularly appetizing to software developers, maintainers of documentation projects and knowledge bases.

Main feature enhancements:

1. Filename support for code blocks
An optional filename parameter for code blocks can now be specified, to be used by the code download handler.... read more

Posted by Dario 2006-07-03

Wikka 1.1.6.1 released

1.1.6.1 is a minor security release.
It fixes a vulnerability issue in search-related actions and modifies the default write ACL to prevent spam.

What's new:
http://wikka.jsnx.com/WhatsNew

Release notes:
http://wikka.jsnx.com/WikkaReleaseNotes

Download:
http://wikka.jsnx.com/downloads/Wikka-1.1.6.1.tar.gz

Homepage:
http://wikka.jsnx.com/HomePage

IRC:
#wikka on irc.freenode.net

Posted by Dario 2005-12-24

Wikka 1.1.6.0 released

Wikka is a lightweight and flexible wiki engine allowing easy collaborative editing of websites. It features W3 compliant XHTML output, advanced per-page access control lists, SafeHTML, RSS feeds, code highlighting (using GeSHi), and FreeMind support. (PHP/MySQL)

Release 1.1.6.0 is a significant update that adds new features and fixes lots of bugs. All admins are encouraged to upgrade.

A new developer joined the Wikka crew for this release, and she quickly became a key member of the team and contributed heavily to the code and to the community. Welcome aboard, JavaWoman!... read more

Posted by jsnx 2005-01-27