Since July 2003, the Tiki community started eating its own DogFood, used only Tiki to manage the official site (not just a demo site). Tiki 1.7 ran through 4 release candidates and this has produced a great improvement in stability and usability.

During 2003-2004, tiki-forums.php started being used more & more and eventually, the Tiki forums at SourceForge were closed down.

In April 2005, the Tiki community started using dev.tiki.org to manage all trackers (bugs, feature requests, etc).

In May 2005, mobile.tiki.org was started to speed up development & integration of the excellent HAWHAW toolkit to make Tiki useable on cell phones, PDAs, Lynx text browsers and via VoiceXML.

In 2006, Themes & workflow community sites were launched:
http://themes.tiki.org/ & http://workflow.tiki.org/

In fall 2006, an internal system to get help was implemented for the documentation site: doc.tiki.org. Our documentation development is full-on wikified and as good as any volunteer based open source project out there.

Mid-2007, a new informational site was launched. At the end of 2007, the Tiki calendar was put to work to plan community events

In 2007, www.wiki-translation.com was launched in an effort to participate in the development of a good system to manage the multilingual documentation at doc.tiki.org.

Mid-2009, http://profiles.tiki.org was launched, in conjunction with Tiki3

November 2009 (Tiki4)

  • Workspaces will be used for a more p2p organizational model for the community, with Organic Groups, etc.
  • Kaltura will be used for Tiki video site.
  • TikiWiki.org sites were upgraded to Tiki4 before the release to help with testing

June 2010 (Tiki5)

  • BigBlueButton Audio/Video/Screensharing/Chat for tiki.org/live
  • *.tiki.org sites were upgraded to Tiki5 before the release to help with testing

September 2010 (Tiki6)

  • *.Tiki.org sites were upgraded to Tiki6 before the release to help with testing

May 2011 (Tiki7)

  • *.Tiki.org sites were upgraded to Tiki7 before the release to help with testing

October 2011 (Tiki8)

  • *.Tiki.org sites will be upgraded to Tiki8 before the release to help with testing
    • New enhancements to OpenStreetMap integration will be very nice.

December 2011

May 2012

2012 and beyond: WikiSuite will be used to further improve community collaboration.

February 2018: Creation of a new Dogfood Team that will specifically focus on making sure *.tiki.org sites are configured and running Tiki optimally.

On the wishlist: DogFood



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