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JumpBox for the MediaWiki Wiki System

MediaWiki is an extremely popular Wiki engine that allows people to collaboratively edit documentation. Itís best known as the software that powers Wikipedia, but can also be installed onto your own servers. The JumpBox for MediaWiki allows anyone to be up and running with this wiki system in minutes on any OS, and incorporates many system-level best practices for optimal performance and maintainability.

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Recent releases

  •  28 Oct 2008 18:20

    Release Notes: MediaWiki was updated to version 1.13.2. Users should be able to restore from the MediaWiki JumpBox version 1.0 and later.

    •  14 Aug 2008 20:38

      Release Notes: The version of the included application has not changed, but the JumpBox has been updated to fix a vulnerability in PHP.

      •  26 Jun 2008 16:55

        Release Notes: This JumpBox is now running on the production release of the v.1.1 platform, and has several enhancements. Most notably, it includes built-in automated backups to Amazon S3, integrated Web stats for the application, a GUI-based SSL cert configuration tool, a GUI-based method for configuring an email relay, and an update of the underlying OS to Ubuntu Base 8.04 LTS.

        •  09 May 2008 17:27

          Release Notes: MediaWiki was updated to version 1.12. Users should be able to restore from the MediaWiki JumpBox version 1.0 and later.

          •  03 Oct 2007 17:44

            Release Notes: Updated to MediaWiki 1.11.0. Changes have been made to the JumpBox Navigation Bar URLs to make putting the JumpBox behind a Web proxy easier.

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