Welcome to Tiki

Tiki Wiki CMS Groupware is a powerful open-source Content Management System (CMS) and Groupware that can be used to create all sorts of Web Applications, Sites, Portals, Intranets and Extranets. Tiki also works great as a web-based collaboration tool. Tiki is a multi-purpose package with a lot of native options and sections that you can enable/disable as needed. It is designed to be international, clean and extensible. Tiki incorporates all the features present in several excellent wiki systems available today plus many new features and options, allowing you flexibility in the design of diverse applications from a single point of entry--whether you want a simple wiki or a complex site offering a variety of services to a whole user community. You can use Tiki as a forums site, a chatroom, for poll taking, customer support site and much more! And, Tiki is under active development so the possibilities are endless. You can see some NiceSites or Other Tiki sites in action.

Major features include articles, forums, newsletters, blogs, a file/image gallery, a Wiki, drawing applet, trackers, a directory, polls/surveys and quizzes, a FAQ, chat, a banner management system, Webmail, a calendar, Ephemerides, maps, charts, Mobile Tiki (PDA and WAP access), RSS feeds, a category system, a theme control center, workflow, live support, Shoutbox, ACLs, and more. A full feature list is available on the developers web site.

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Torsten Fabricius, 09:54 UTC, Wed 19 Feb 2014: Hello everybody, please mind the ((TikiFestSysadmin2014)) in August. Mainly meant for the Sysadmins, which are located in and near Germany (and France), active community members from Canada are expected to be attending.
luciash d' being, 12:28 UTC, Wed 01 Jan 2014: Happy New Year ! :-)
luciash d' being, 14:00 UTC, Sun 27 Oct 2013: @ricks99: there is a regression bug in Tiki resetting the avatars to the default one imho
Rick, 16:56 UTC, Wed 31 Jul 2013: What happened to the avatars?
Jonny Bradley, 12:44 UTC, Wed 10 Apr 2013: Biggest TikiFest in ages starts tomorrow [Link]