Lightbox extension now in the BlueSpice shop

View images with the Lightbox

With the Lightbox extension it is possible to display thumbnail or image galleries as full-size images in a pop-up while the background is darkened. So with a click on an image you won’t be redirected to the image’s meta page. If you want to call-up the meta page of the image, please click on the […]

Collecting and distributing an organisation’s knowledge: Knowledge management and QM at ASIS GmbH – a use case

A part of the exchange station for abrasive materials from ASIS GmbH

ASIS GmbH from Landshut works in the area of automation technology. This medium-sized company is focused on surface engineering for the car industry. ASIS develops and produces, amongst other things, painting and grinding finishing systems. They currently have about 120 employees. I spoke with Jana Timinger, Technical Editor at ASIS GmbH, about how knowledge and […]

Security release 2.23.1.1, and how to report vulnerabilities

Yesterday, we published the security release BlueSpice 2.23.1.1. Community user Frederic Mohr had reported a severe cross-site-scripting vulnerability with the Shoutbox, where arbitrary JavaScript code could be inserted in the box and would be executed on each page load. The fix he provided contains a minor change in the input handling. The new release fixes […]

Relaunch of the BlueSpice website

Have you already seen our new website? No?! We hope you will like it as much as we do 😉 We have not only updated the content, but also redesigned the page and – last but not least – changed the domain to bluespice.com. We tried to focus on frequent asked questions about BlueSpice to […]

Monthly releases for BlueSpice free

Today we published our first “monthly” release. This means you can download a BlueSpice free version that reflects the recent stage of development. Please, be aware that the monthly release is for testing only! For productive use, please use releases that you will find directly in bluespice/files on sourceforge. http://sourceforge.net/projects/bluespice/files/monthly/

A Wiki for the Amazon Web Services – Launch BlueSpice in the Amazon Cloud now

Amazon Web Services also offers the wiki engine BlueSpice now. Our American partner Orbitera provides BlueSpice in the free version in the Amazon Cloud. This means that you start your wiki with just a few clicks in the AWS Marketplace. BlueSpice in the Marketplace of the Amazon Web Services 1. Call up the BlueSpice page […]

Popular packages for BlueSpice 2.23.x in the shop for self-installation

Next to some packages for the older version BlueSpice 2.22.x, you can now purchase our most popular packages for BlueSpice 2.23.x in the BlueSpice shop e.g. Teamwork: modul for reviews, approvals and workflows in a BlueSpice Wiki. Very important for quality assurance and in combination with the Reminder package you will keep articles up-to-date. Bookmaker: combine single […]

Knowledge platform for service and support processes – cooperation with marillabax

Radovan Kubani and Marilla Bax raising mugs to the cooperation at CeBIT 15

Since the beginning of 2015 we welcome service specialist marillabax as a partner at Hallo Welt! With marillabax we develop a wiki that is not only functionally, but also matches perfectly to the content-related needs of service and support employees. The result of this partnership is called „b-know“, and it is introduced on CeBIT 2015. […]

BlueSpice 2.23.1 – Patch Release for the Free Enterprise MediaWiki

Today we released BlueSpice 2.23.1 on sourceforge. This is a patch release which you can download on sourceforge.net. However we focused on bugfixing there are also some notable new features: Database: added experimental SQLite compatibility ExtensionInfo: Added link to Mediawiki version page Shoutbox: mentions of users with @ now possible and with ajax autocomplete SmartList: […]

A new model for BlueSpice

We set ourselves a couple of goals for 2015 and 2016 at our strategy meeting at the start of January. The most important ones relate to the MediaWiki distribution BlueSpice. We are making this successful product truly open source, offering new prospects for customers and partners. 100% subscription, one product, no more modules. We have […]