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Welcome to new Tiki project administrators

Author: Gary Cunningham-Lee - Published

Tiki Wiki CMS Groupware is an organic self-governing project that values doing things "the wiki way" and, in this spirit, when it's time to find people to join the group of project administrators, we draw from the community, looking for members who have been participating actively and are in a position to contribute time and effort to help with the guidance and direction of the project.

At this time, the Admin Group of the Tiki Software Community Association is pleased to announce the addition of four new members: Bilal Siddiq, Brendan Ferguson, Fabio Montefuscolo, and Lindon Barnfield, who have been involved in the project in various ways and can contribute their particular skills and perspectives. The new members expand the range of the admin group in terms of geography, knowledge and experience, and we are very pleased to make this announcement. Thanks again to the new admins for joining as we look forward to a great 2020.

About the new members . . . .

Happy Seventeen, Tiki !

Author: Bernard Sfez / Tiki Specialist - Published

Congratulations to all of the Tiki family for completing 17 years of improvement, enhancement and continuous releases.

In October 2002 (on the 9th), the first piece of the Tiki open source software code was released, and today Tiki is one of the most advanced wiki-centric web applications available. Tiki 20 is the fruit of this hard work. This version is a big jump toward our next major release and everyone is warmly invited to upgrade to Tiki20 to enjoy many improvements. This achievement is the result of the continuous efforts of the Tiki contributors and community and it is a great celebration for all!

Tiki 12 reaches end of service life - what are your options?

Author: Gary Cunningham-Lee - Published

Tiki 12 LTS, first released in November 2013, has reached the end of its service life, so is no longer being maintained by the Tiki Community or receiving security fixes or feature updates. Tiki 12 users are urged to upgrade their site to the latest Tiki Long Term Support version. Organizations that for some reason choose to continue using Tiki 12 can seek professional enterprise support from a Tiki consultant.

Tiki 20.0 (codename Tarazed) Released!

Author: luciash d' being 🧙‍♂️ - Published
We, the Tiki Community, are pleased to announce the latest stable release - Tiki 20.0!

As always, this update includes many new features, code optimizations and bug fixes. See the (never complete) list of changes on the Documentation wiki (yep, you can help by editing the page). Get Tiki 20.0 through the download page.

Adieu Pkdille

Author: Jean-Marc Libs - Published

Pascal Kustner (pkdille) left us in the night of April 30th/May 1st 2019, succumbing to cancer.

Tiki 19.1 Released

Author: Mike Finko - Published
The Tiki community is proud to release Tiki 19.1, an undoubtedly strong update to Tiki 19.x stable branch. This update includes many bug fixes (one of the biggest pieces of good news is that H5P and Bootstrap Tour features are working again) and several UI/UX enhancements. Read more for the details or hit the download button below!

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