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As mentioned in The Beginning, the Atlassian setup that was inherited started out as 1 team’s answer to a problem. As such, the infrastructure too was built for 1 teams answer. This included servers for Jira, Confluence, Crowd, and Bamboo / Fisheye / Crucible on a shared server. By the time my team became owners, […]

Introduction It has been 11+ years since the 1.0 release of Crowd from Atlassian. Crowd is still around and development seems quite healthy. To this day, many Atlassian administrators I talk to (even long time users) are still not clear if and how Crowd can solve any of their problems. The question is, “Why Crowd […]

We all hate price increases, but we all love sandwiches. Let’s deliver the former via the later. “All of humankind has one thing on common. The sandwich. I believe that all anyone really wants in this life is to sit in peace and eat a sandwich.” – Liz Lemon, 30 Rock The ole Sandwich Technique… […]

What’s “JAC of the Month Club”? Click here to find out! Wonderful spoiler alert: This blog post will be hopefully be mostly obsolete by the time you read this. The JAC issue featured in this post (CWD-3388) was recently resolved to be release as Crowd 2.8.4. However, the release schedule of Crowd is not as […]

Although Atlassian Crowd is central to many enterprise deployments of the Atlassian stack, it seems like Crowd is the forgotten sibling in the Atlassian family of products. While every Atlassian product is constantly being refreshed and upgraded, after years of being in existence Crowd is still sitting at version 2.7. Stash is not even 2 […]