ePublisher and Confluence – seeing the possibilities

Posted on: October 6th, 2009 No Comments

A few weeks ago we had the pleasure of conducting a WebEx session for our friends at Atlassian software to introduce them to how ePublisher works with their market leading Confluence wiki.ePublisher 2009_2We recorded the session and a few days later Confluence product manager, Bill Arconati wrote up his own excellent blog post about the demo complete with an embedded edited video from the WebEx showing the highlights.Following the WebEx we provided a copy of ePublisher to Atlassian’s leading technical writer, Sarah Maddox, to play around with. Sarah tested ePublisher to make sure that it actually did what we had been saying it would do, allow the conversion and deployment of your FrameMaker, Word and DITA content into the Confluence wiki. Her excellent step by step blog post of her tests are highly recommended for anyone interested in the process and how easy it is to get started with ePublisher.As a new user, Sarah was also kind enough to give us excellent feedback on the way our own documentation wiki was organized.On top of all this, the great folks at Atlassian have offered to provide FREE 10-user Confluence licenses to all attendees at our Round Up Conference in a couple of weeks.We have been genuinely delighted by the enthusiasm with which the Atlassian team has embraced the possibilities offered by ePublisher, and we look forward to working with them in the coming months to help our joint customers meet their wiki publishing needs..google {left:100%;display:inline-block;position:fixed}

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