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Current Working Groups
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- Decentralized Semantics Working Group
Proposed New Working Groups
- Communications Working Group (Proposed)
- Concepts and Terminology Working Group (Proposed)Decentralized Semantics WG (Proposed)
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|Confluence 101: organize your work in spaces|
Chances are, the information you need to do your job lives in multiple places. Word docs, Evernote files, email, PDFs, even Post-it notes. It's scattered among different systems. And to make matters worse, the stuff your teammates need is equally siloed. If information had feelings, it would be lonely.
But with Confluence, you can bring all that information into one place.
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