Community Forums for Confluence Server and DC

Release 2.26

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2.26.6

17 Sep 2019

Compatible with Confluence Server and Confluence Data Center 6.5.0-7.0.1

What’s New

  • Adds compatibility to the plugin for Confluence 7

2.26.5

26 Jun 2019

Compatible with Confluence Server and Confluence Data Center 6.2.0-6.15.9

What’s New

  • Added a new getting started page to the app for Confluence Administrators

  • Added new guides for all users

2.26.4

07 May 2019

Compatible with Confluence Server and Confluence Data Center 6.2.0-6.15.9

Fixes

  • Fixed a security vulnerability (FORUMS-111)

  • Fixed a bug where editing the forum summary page, in certain cases, caused forums not to display (FORUMS-64)

2.26.3

01 Apr 2019

Compatible with Confluence Server and Confluence Data Center 6.2.0-6.15.9

Fixes

  • Fixed an issue where special characters weren’t being rendered correctly if an excerpt macro was being used (FORUMS-60)

2.26.2

06 Feb 2019

Compatible with Confluence Server and Confluence Data Server 6.1.0-6.14.3

What’s New

  • Updated third party libraries containing a security patch.

Fixes

  • Fixed a bug where reordering topics by the number of views created an error (FORUMS-70)

2.26.1

30 Oct 2018

Compatible with Confluence Server and Confluence Data Center 6.1.0-6.14.3

Fixes

  • Added security fixes

2.26.0

31 Aug 2018

Compatible with Confluence Data Center 5.7-6.11.2

What’s New

  • Created support escalation process for each DC app (24 hr - reasonable responses)

  • Developed a process to enable the spin up of DC instances of BitBucket, Confluence, and Jira in a cluster, allowing the testing of app performances in different DC environments

  • Developed solutions using tools like nGrinder, JMeter, and Gatling to help measure the performance of BitBucket, Confluence, and Jira with and without apps to be sure the best offering is at scale

  • Invested in scripts to help create larger data sets so Atlassian instances better reflect larger instances that DC customers are using.