Share stories about Confluence wiki for technical documentation

Do you use Confluence wiki for technical writing or documentation? We’re looking for great case studies to share with the technical writing community.

Atlassian is the developer of Confluence wiki. It’s also the company I work for. We write and publish all our technical documentation on Confluence. I’ve seen some great blog posts, comments and tweets from other technical writers who use Confluence too. Now Atlassian would like to learn more about how you’re using Confluence and to publish your stories.

If you’re interested, let me know:

  • Mail me: sarah at atlassian dot com.
  • Tweet at me: @sarahmaddox.
  • Or just add a comment to this blog post. (You’ll be asked for your email address. It will not be displayed on the blog, but I will see it.)

An Atlassian will be in touch to get a brief overview of what you’re doing and to ask permission to publish your story.

Update: A quick clarification – Atlassian would publish your case studies on the Atlassian web site or blog. They wouldn’t appear on my personal “ffeathers” blog. (Unless you want them to, of course.) 🙂


About Sarah Maddox

Technical writer, author and blogger in Sydney

Posted on 6 August 2010, in atlassian, Confluence, technical writing, wiki and tagged , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 4 Comments.

  1. Yes I have started designing / developing the documentation. Will send you a separate email.

  2. Hi Sarah,

    We use Confluence at Dark Blue Sea for our products. We are still developing a new product and will be using Confluence as the external wiki.


  3. Hallo Ruth
    Thank you for adding this comment! I’ve passed your message on to Jon Silvers and Matt Hodges, the two Atlassians who are conducting the case studies. Your products at Dark Blue Sea look very interesting indeed. It will be cool to see your documentation wiki, once it’s visible to the general public. Have you started designing or developing the docs yet?
    Cheers, Sarah

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