Our company is changing to use WordPress for the CMS of our main website. We also have a community portion that uses Zimbra (formerly Telligent) and CollabNet/Team Forge. We have "hooks" into these 2 systems that display relevant data on the main website.
I want to move off Zimbra and CollabNet and use BuddyPress and Confluence. I saw this great answer about putting Jira reports in WP https://answers.atlassian.com/questions/275178/how-can-one-post-jira-reports-in-wordpress-instance
I am wondering if anyone is working on an activity stream gadget for Confluence activiy on a WP page? I'd love to put this a Popular content, active content and active contributors gadget on our main website to drive users to the Confluence work.
I found this from 2009 ... any updates? http://ffeathers.wordpress.com/2009/11/12/gadgets-on-confluence-wiki-pages-oh-and-in-jira-and-igoogle/
I did the same for JIRA by creating an RSS feed and using the RSS feed plugin in WordPress and it worked.
You should be able to do the same with Confluence Activity Stream gadget via RSS as also described here:
Hope that helps,
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