Release Notes: This is a major release that has a shiny new dashboard look, brings many usability enhancements, strengthens TWiki as an application platform, and scales to very large deployments (a million plus pages and tens of thousands of users).
Release Notes: This release fixes a number of bugs and has some incremental enhancements. Most importantly, it incorporates a fix for the security issue CVE-2013-1751, where the MAKETEXT variable allowed arbitrary shell command execution using the tilde (~) character. This is a followup to the CVE issued in December.
Release Notes: This release fixes a number of bugs and has some incremental enhancements. Most importantly, it incorporates a fix for the security issue CVE-2012-6329, where the MAKETEXT variable allowed arbitrary shell command execution.
Release Notes: This patch release adds some usability enhancements, adds a few new features, and fixes over 20 bugs. It is well tested and is very stable. The TopMenuSkin now has an option for auto-hidden or fixed top menu-bar. In auto-hidden mode, the menu is always accessible via a stub on the upper left. For power users, the SpreadSheetPlugin has new functions $ISDIGIT(), $ISLOWER(), $ISUPPER(), $ISWIKIWORD(), and $FILTER(). For programmers, the SetGetPlugin adds a REST interface for setting and querying variables, which is useful for TWiki apps that need to store variables persistently via Ajax calls.
Release Notes: This patch release adds some usability enhancements, adds a few new features, and fixes a number of bugs. It is well tested and is very stable. Use the BackupRestorePlugin to easily upgrade your TWiki site.
Release Notes: The primary focus of this release was usability. It added point and click user data management, more visual user profile pages with a picture selector, and a backup feature that helps upgrade TWiki sites. The new release also strengthens TWiki as an application platform for more easily building custom wiki applications.
Release Notes: This patch release fixes a CSRF vulnerability with the image tag, changes TWiki to use ISO date format by default, and fixes a number of bugs.
Release Notes: This release includes enhanced security, search, and enterprise collaboration capabilities. The new security enhancement provides added protection against malicious attacks that exploit inherent vulnerabilities in cross-site scripting. Enhanced search capabilities enable TWiki users to perform advanced searching, including adding footer parameter and topics to formatted searches. Enhanced enterprise collaboration capabilities provide added newsfeeds to TWiki topics as well as flexible corporate look-and-feel options using built-in TWiki Skin plug-ins.
Release Notes: This patch release fixes two major security issues, as well as over 30 defects.
Release Notes: This release has a completely new, simple to use WYSIWYG editor that virtually eliminates the need for training and promotes faster and more inclusive take up of the wiki within the organization. It has an SQL-style query language for programmable search. A new restore feature allows for easier rollback and policing of page changes/edits. There are installation enhancements to make installation and upgrades easier. Improved login name/wiki name mapping to enable easier integration with external authentication mechanisms, such as LDAP. An improved plugins API.