Creating a Risk Matrix with Jira and Confluence turned out to be an easy enough task that provided a much liked feature to the users.
When you host Confluence yourself, custom Confluence user macros can become a powerful companion for your daily work.
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The new release 1.0.9 now supports Jira Service Management queues. One of the hottest UX topics discussed for JIRA is it’s restriction to only visualize three status categories by color. The free JIRA Statuscolor Plugin eases that pain by allowing to custom color each status in filter and gadget results.
The Rainmeter Skin “Grayhound” is a skin for the desktop metering software Rainmeter. Rainmeter is a popular and free metering software providing beautiful skins to display system information on your desktop. It allows to design your own skins as well. My Rainmeter Skin Grayhound provides a non-intrusive, grayish visualization of your meters – placed at…
The Confluence Plugin MathJax makes MathJax available in your Confluence wiki. Must I say more? From within your Confluence editor you can access MathJax functions to display mathematic formulars on your Confluence page. The plugin was developed by David A.W. Barton (davebarton @ cityinthesky.co.uk). However, his last release is not compatible anymore with Confluence 7.x….