The second beta release for the next major JAMWiki release is now
available for download and testing:
IMPORTANT: This release is a BETA release version of JAMWiki. It should
NOT be used in production environments.
Draft release notes for the JAMWiki 1.1 release can be found at
http://jamwiki.org/wiki/en/JAMWiki_1.1 and include a list of new
features, bug fixes, and installation instructions.
Individuals who want to help with the final JAMWiki 1.1 release are
encouraged to install and test this beta release and contribute feedback
(including "works for me" with a description of your app server, OS and
database) at http://jamwiki.org, and to report any bugs at
http://jira.jamwiki.org. Help with translations would also be greatly
appreciated and will earn all contributors a much-coveted credit in the
CHANGELOG; see http://jamwiki.org/wiki/en/How_to_Help#Translations for
This beta release has been tested with HSQL, MS SQL, My SQL, Oracle and
Postgres databases, as well as on the Tomcat app server. While the code
has thus far proven to be stable, all of the normal caveats apply; in
particular: BE SURE TO BACK UP YOUR DATABASE AND EXISTING INSTALLATION
PRIOR TO INSTALLING!!!
The JAMWiki Team
JAMWiki is a Wiki engine implemented using Java/JSP that attempts to
provide much of the functionality of MediaWiki. It can be run with or
without a database and is designed to be fast and easy to set up.
Draft release notes, including install and upgrade instructions, are
available at http://jamwiki.org/wiki/en/JAMWiki_1.1.
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