By oracletechnet on Nov 14, 2011
The Oracle Wikis are back - this time, with Oracle SSO on top and powered by Atlassian's Confluence technology.
These wikis offer quite a bit more functionality than the old platform. For example, wikis are now associated with groups/spaces, as opposed to an open free-for-all, and space owners have curative responsibility (for approving new members, moderating comments, and so on). All in all we're confident that you will be pleased with the experience.
(I have to add one important change from the previous incarnation of Oracle's wikis: due to persistent and ongoing spam problems, currently it is possible only for Oracle employees to create spaces initially. However external users can get edit access to spaces via request to the space's mod. In this sense, the wiki area is now intrinsically group-related - which is a change.)
Of course, we'll be on the hunt for bugs/issues for a while, and if you find any yourself we encourage you to report them here.