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Mindquarry Collaboration Server

The Mindquarry is an integrated set of tools for better teamwork including file sharing with version control, WYSIWYG-Wiki, and easy-to-use task management. It is accompanied by a small desktop client that allows desktop synchronization, and features a small todo list.


Recent releases

  •  12 Jul 2007 03:27

    Release Notes: An issue where SVN URLs were not in the correct format under Windows was fixed and long with a problem where the check for unique email address upon changing a profile included the current user, so changing the profile a second time with the same email address did not work. This release also fixed problems where task dependencies were not reloaded until restart, nested lists in wiki were not in the correct format for xsl:fo, output encoding for JSON was not set to UTF-8, lots of Dojo errors appeared when scrolling after wiki save, and the AutoSize on resize handler was not removed.

    •  03 Jul 2007 18:17

      Release Notes: More user friendly error pages. Better display of errors in forms and hints on what to enter. Paging in the task list. Password recovery via email. Email address is used for login. 43 bugs have been fixed.

      •  14 Jun 2007 09:07

        Release Notes: Many bugs were fixed. Stability was improved and better documentation was included.

        •  29 May 2007 18:01

          Release Notes: A more intuitive graphical user interface. An activity timeline to view older versions of files, Wiki pages, and tasks. Includes tables and images in Wiki pages. Conveniently link to a file, a task, or another Wiki page from within the Wiki. In the window for adding a link, you can search for the item you intend to reference. A desktop client for Mac.

          •  01 Mar 2007 01:13

            No changes have been submitted for this release.


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