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AgileWiki is a composable platform for advanced Web-based and P2P networks. It allows multiple points of entry, where each node is an information fusion system with controlled access, pluggable applications, and native deductive reasoning.

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Recent releases

  •  07 Feb 2010 12:59

    Release Notes: The JQuery Webtop now supports windows and a toolbar.

    •  27 Oct 2009 04:24

      Release Notes: The desktop now supports Icon Close, attribution, languages, rtl, and logout. The server now optionally creates a test script from any number of desktop sessions.

      •  13 Oct 2009 14:58

        Release Notes: The webtop auto-scroll now works nicely, especially if you open two browsers, e.g., Firefox and IE8, with the same account (demo mode). The test framework can now update stale regression tests.

        •  03 Oct 2009 04:04

          Release Notes: The webtop now displays icons that can be selected and moved, where the selection and position of an icon is persisted. The test framework now validates server responses. Any number of languages can now be supported.

          •  27 Sep 2009 05:11

            Release Notes: A test framework was added for the desktop and resource bundles for desktop labels (English and Arabic). The server now fully processes OpenDesktop cometd messages, responding with 2 LoadIcon messages.


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