A way into a wiki, plus two trees
This week I finished writing a new administrator’s guide for Atlassian’s Confluence Hosted.
Check it out. It’s a cool green colour, with lots of pretty pictures and helpful words. In fact, it should have the words ‘Don’t Panic’ printed on the front cover. I’m quite proud of it.
When you’ve finished admiring the doco, you’ll probably start wondering what a ‘Confluence Hosted‘ is, and why you might want one. Well, it’s an easy way into a wiki. Instead of downloading and installing the wiki software, you can use the one on Atlassian‘s servers.
Continuing with the green theme: I’ve just bought two new trees: a prickly paperbark and a saw banksia. They’re both native Ozzie trees. Both very small right now – evidently the technical term is a ‘tube’, but basically they’re baby trees. The banksia will attract birds, like the colourful lorikeets that zoom around here. The paperbark will strew its bark all over the garden.
Going planting ♥
Posted on 18 August 2007, in atlassian, Confluence, environment, technical writing, wiki and tagged atlassian, Confluence, documentation, technical documentation, technical writing, wiki, wikis. Bookmark the permalink. 3 Comments.