Welcome to the XWiki & CryptPad stand!

Hi there! The team behind XWiki and CryptPad will gladly answer all your questions on collaborative solutions, privacy, and how to finance Open Source in the Q&A sessions of our talks and in the chat.

XWiki & CryptPad @ FOSDEM

We'll gladly answer all your questions on collaborative solutions, privacy, and how to finance Open Source in the Q&A sessions of our talks and in the chat.

Our program at FOSDEM

Saturday

Sunday

  • 10:00 - 18:00: Available to answer your questions (chat & video)

XWiki talks you shouldn't miss

Saturday

Welcome to the XWiki & CryptPad stand

XWiki & CryptPad in 2022

Releases

Since we last had a FOSDEM stand (2021): XWiki underwent one development cycle. The 13.x cycle is defined by having introduced several new features and improvements: from a new live Data rendering macro, a new "translate page" button, and link to in-place editor to global notificator filters and more flavor changes such as an increased maximum size for pages title, reference and short strings, administrator being able to access user notification settings, annotations on content generated by the HTML macro. In total, we managed to have over 682 issues closed: 310 bugs, 88 improvements, 24 new features, and more.

CryptPad had 17 releases. The beginning of 2021 welcomed CryptPad 4.0.0 with a full rebrand, which was the culmination of a great deal of work in search of the right metaphors and imagery to clearly represent what CryptPad is all about. There were also significant improvements to the tools that are most essential to effectively coordinate distributed groups of people, namely a new forms application, calendar, improvements for instance admins and better mobile support. In addition to these "big" features, many other improvements have been made to refine the stability, performance, and ease of use of CryptPad.

Advocating for Open Source

By sharing our experience

How Open Source values guide our work A to Z of XWiki recommended Open Source tools

By insisting on the importance of supporting and financing Open Source

"Open Source has been my main answer (to innovation), knowing that by building our software as Open Source it would still be there whatever happens."

XWiki and CryptPad are not only our software, but they also belong to the community and you. You are welcomed to participate by developing, reporting bugs or features, and also sponsor the development of these projects: XWiki & CryptPad.