Wiki@UCSF will be unavailable on Wednesday, July 27, 2022 from 6:00 PM to 9:00 PM while we upgrade the wiki software to long term release Confluence 7.13.7.
On July 27, 2022, we'll be upgrading our Confluence wiki software to version 7.13.7. This upgrade will provide several improved features. Here are a few highlights:
For full documentation of new features and improvements, see the Confluence Release Notes for all versions from Confluence 7.5 to Confluence 7.13 (UCSF has the SERVER license).
If you have any questions or comments about the upgrade, please email the wiki administrators.
The upgrade to Long Term Release (formerly called Enterprise Release) Confluence 7.13 focused on raising the already high bar we’ve set for quality, stability, and performance, and have tackled some particularly high impact bugs to make sure Confluence 7.13 is the best it can be.
- More audit log events, including logging end-user activity
- Single sign-on with OpenID
- Access logging enabled by default
- Webhooks and personal access tokens for better integrations
- Analytics for tracking page views, edits, and more.
Over 260 issues since 7.4.0 were resolved. For a bird's eye view of all the changes, check out the Confluence 7.13 Long Term Support Release Change Log.