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It is hard to believe: the current version of BlueSpice, BlueSpice 2, will be four years old this year. It feels like just a few months ago that we announced version 2.

Anyway, it is now time to start thinking about a new version and to continue writing the road map.

We have spent the last months collecting ideas, and checking and weighting requirements. To get more information about what to expect from BlueSpice 3 see the latest post in our BlueSpice Blog:

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We have great news: BlueSpice MediaWiki 2.27 has been released!

Additonal to numerous improvements we are now compatible with the long-time support version #MediaWiki 1.27.

The focus of this release is on quality assurance, user-friendliness and wiki farming.

For more details and information, please visit our BlueSpice Blog.

Enjoy the new version!

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The Wikipedia software #MediaWiki is a well known solution for collaborative knowledge platforms. It is less popular, but not less ideal, for the development of prototypes and new platforms.

At this year’s Semantic-MediaWiki-Konferenz (SMWCon) in Frankfurt, our Hallo Welt! Technical Manager Markus Glaser talked about this connection between MediaWiki and prototyping. 

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Have you already tested?

Since last week, you find the new #BlueSpice for #MediaWiki free 2.27.0-beta version on #Sourceforge to download.

For further information visit our BlueSpice Blog:

Or got to our BlueSpice Helpdesk:

Have fun testing! We highly appreciate your feedback.

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A new package in our shop! SemanticData. Enhance your BlueSpice free with an integrated Semantic MediaWiki for working with metadata, forms and lists. This package includes support and can be found here:

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Looks great: the #MediaWiki extension RevisionSlider helps you to navigate and compare revisions on the diff page.

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At ‪#‎Wikimania‬ there has been two interesting talks about a better collaboration of the ‪#‎MediaWiki‬ Foundation, independent developers, community members and third-party users.

Quim Gil and Markus Glaser sketched the situation and made some helpful suggestions for the near future.

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A nice example for using #MediaWiki beyond Wikipedia and its sister projects.

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Document management: G. Brett Miller summarizes perfectly, how WebDAV provides a much user friendly experience for uploading and working with files on ‪#‎MediaWiki‬

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