We have launched myDM, it's a software service designed for everyone interested in collaborative knowledge management. You are welcome to join us sharing knowledge. The donation based service is in public beta for some months now and with your feedback we'll keep improving it. For your feedback consider to use the Improvements workspace and if you need any further help do not hesitate to ask us your question on our german or english users list.
This new version of DeepaMehta is a maintenance release that brings one improvement and several bug fixes. It builds on our experience using DeepaMehta for collaboration in several projects. For detailed information on this and previous releases please check out the Release Notes.
Besides a minor improvement DeepaMehta 4.8.1 fixes several bugs that prevented some 3rd-party plugins to run with DM 4.8. For detailed information see the Release Notes.
DeepaMehta 4.7 is a maintenance release that focuses on both, multi-user server installations, and touch devices. The DeepaMehta file repository is now under access control, in particular private and collaborative file repositories are now supported. Administrators can interactively configure a disk quota (for file uploads) on a per-user basis and enable/disable user accounts. For the first time the DeepaMehta webclient is usable also on touch devices. For plugin developers new features include a configuration facility, and webclient support for hierarchical menus. For detailed information see the Release Notes.
DeepaMehta 4.6 is a maintenance release that comes with an extended DM meta-model, a lot of small improvements, and (partly overdue) bug fixes. The extended meta-model allows you to define more expressive data models which results in more "natural" topic networks with more dense semantics. As a first application of the extended meta-model the DM Contacts model is revised. For detailed information see the Release Notes.
4.5 is a major release that brings DeepaMehta's basis for Sharing/Collaboration to the next level. For the first time the user can control how (if at all) the content of a workspace is accessible/editable by other users. To accommodate typical sharing/collaboration scenarios 5 access levels are pre-defined: Private, Confidential, Collaborative, Public, and Common. The access levels are enforced by the DeepaMehta backend, so that confidential content is never exposed to unauthorized users. For the first time DeepaMehta supports Privacy. For plugin developers the highlight feature of DeepaMehta 4.5 is Service injection for migrations. This is helpful for the development of upgradable plugins. For detailed information see the Release Notes.