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June 15, 2010 / jamieai

Firestarter for Atlassian Confluence


Thanks to everyone who posted twitter updates from the Atlassian Summit last week. I wasn’t able to attend, and followed along with the video and twitter stream.  I heard about a useful tool for Confluence wiki from the summit tweets: Firestarter from AppFire Technologies. Firestarter is a portable wiki appliance that allows community members to view and update Confluence wiki content while away from the office. One Firestarter solution is a USB stick that holds a copy of your enterprise wiki.

I look forward to testing this solution. It should be useful for people who experience performance challenges over a WAN. Firestarter also works offline, so may be useful during travel (on a train, a plane or other away-from-network times, including conferences or possibly business-vacation time). Video use cases are posted on AppFire’s website.

The product isn’t available yet, but you can follow AppFire in social networks and through their blog.

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