What's new in XWiki

Glossary Extension 1.5.1 Released

2024/07/02 17:28

Version 1.5.1 of the Glossary Application is now available. It contains in particular the additional module Machine Translation Glossary Application which allows to control how specific terms get translated when translating pages with a Machine Translation service via the Machine Translation Application.

Machine Translation 1.1.1 Released

2024/07/02 16:19

This application allows to translate content using an external Machine Translation. At the moment only DeepL Translator is supported. The application can be used in combination with the Machine Translation Glossary application for controlling how specific terms get translated.

XWiki 15.10.11 Released

2024/06/27 08:29

The XWiki development team is proud to announce the availability of XWiki 15.10.11. This is a bug fix release. This release contains security fixes, with the highest severity being 10.0/10.0. See the release notes for more information.

XWiki 16.5.0 Released

2024/06/26 15:40

The XWiki development team is proud to announce the availability of XWiki 16.5.0. The most noticeable change of this release is a revamp of the notifications watch button. In addition, the notification email contrast has been improved. This release also contains a few bug fixes, as well as improvements for developers. See the release notes for more information.

Replication 2.0.0 Released

2024/05/30 16:03

The new major version of the Replication Application is now available. See Replication Application.

JIRA Macro 9.0 Released

2024/05/28 10:40

The JIRA Macro 9.0 has been released. Supports more recent JIRA versions by upgrading the JIRA REST client used.

Releases Notes Application 2.2 & 2.2.1 Released

2024/05/28 08:14

The Releases Notes Application 2.2 and 2.2.1 have been released (the 2.2.1 version fixes an issue that was supposed to be fixed in 2.2 but was missed). Add support for mp4 videos in release note changes and several bug fixes related to videos.

XWiki 15.10.10 Released

2024/05/27 09:18

The XWiki development team is proud to announce the availability of XWiki 15.10.10. This is a bug fix release to fix important bugs found after releasing XWiki 15.10.9. It especially fixes an important regression introduced in XWiki 15.10.8 which can cause a permanent loss of document history, see the related blog post for more details.

Serious risk of history loss in XWiki 15.10.8, 15.10.9, 16.3.0 and 16.3.1

2024/05/24 08:12

A regression related to the manipulation of the history of a page was introduced in XWiki 15.10.8 and 16.3.0, and it also impacts 15.10.9 and 16.3.1: if you move a page which contains an attachment, the history of the page will be lost, without any way to recover it (unless you have your own backup, of course).

LLM Application 0.3 and 0.3.1 Released

2024/05/22 11:47

The LLM Application 0.3 and 0.3.1 has been released. Version 0.3 is a major new release with many new features and some breaking changes in the configuration and REST API, showing the beta-state of the extension. Version 0.3.1 is a bug fix release, fixing some problems that we noticed shortly after the release. These are the first versions of the extension that include the developments of the WAISE - Wiki AI Search Engine project that is funded by NGI Search. The aim of the WAISE project is to develop a chatbot that can answer question based on content that is indexed by the LLM Application. The main new feature of this release is the ability to provide collections of documents that are indexed by the application and provided as context for answering questions to the LLM. This feature is provided by the Index for the LLM Application that needs to be installed for the feature to become available. At the moment, the main use case is to index content outside XWiki as the aim of the WAISE project is to provide a generic search appliance that can be embedded in any application. Features for indexing existing content in the wiki will be provided in the future, too. To support the use case of using the chat with an external application, a token-based authentication extension has been published together with an embeddable chat UI. This allows external applications to embed a chat powered by the LLM application that also authenticates the user in XWiki to allow for authorization checks.