for W3c validation
Between now and the 24th April, enterprise wiki software company, Atlassian, is offering a fully functional 5 user license to Confluence for just US$5 (that’s about AU$7) as part their ‘Atlassian $timulus Package‘. This includes a full year of support and maintenance, and renewable for only US$5.
We wouldn’t normally just recommend buying a piece software for the sake of it, but if you’re a small business or a project team in a larger organisation then this is a great deal. The Atlassian Foundation is also donating proceeds from this special offer to Room to Read, who help improve education in the developing world by establishing libraries, schools and more. But remember, you need to act by the 24th April 2009 to take advantage of this offer.
Of course, if you just want to evaluate Confluence yourself or have plans for bigger wiki deployment (be it Confluence or another social computing solution) then give me a call on +61 414 233711 to discuss your options – here at Headshift we can help you take a great wiki solution like Confluence and work with you to create and implement a custom solution for your organisation or business.
To give you an idea of what is possible, MentorNet is just one example of what we can create using a platform like Confluence as its basis.