[Brainstorming] XWiki 11.x cycle roadmap



By the way, in WYSYWIG editor my users want a simple way to colorize some lines (or column) of a table.




Update page Navigation tree so that hidden items are visually distinguished from content normal users would see.

For example: I have “display hidden pages” set to “Yes” under my profile preferences; however, I cannot easily distinguish between Normally hidden pages and always visible pages in the Navigation Tree.

Also- I think setting this option to “Yes” also shows redirects in the navigation tree - if so, it would be useful to visually distinguish these as well.

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New idea for 11.x cycle: Allow customization of Solr search defaults via Admin GUI.

For example: we have a main wiki and a “dev” sub-wiki. I would like to limit search results to the main wiki by default.

In general, it would be nice if admins could easily manipulate the default facets / scope for Solr.

(this is detailed on: https://extensions.xwiki.org/xwiki/bin/view/Extension/Solr%20Search%20Application#HSearchAdministrationSection)



I only start using xwiki as a user and really like it. Well, not sure if this is only in our installation(s), but when adding a macro using CKEditor one ends up at the beginning of the page all the time after adding … one need to scroll down to the paragraph where the macro was inserted … a bit annoying …

Anyone else experiencing this? If this is normal behavior, it would be nice if one would stay at the position of the page where the macro was added

Thank you



@Beat_Burgener I think I remember some user reporting this too but I cannot find it in our issue tracker. Feel free to log it in jira at https://jira.xwiki.org.


PS: Don’t hesitate to start some new topics for questions since this is not really related to the 11.x roadmap topic which is about large domains to tackle in 11.x. Back to your question,



Sorry about that … ended up in this thread via https://forum.xwiki.org/t/your-xwiki-usability-pain-points/440 … which was for 10.x … :wink: