Since September 2007, 1.9 branch is reputed stable and frozen, only bugfixes are permitted there. The 1.10 development branch has been created back in October 2007, in preparation for subsequent release.
Beta testing is now underway for the 1.10 development branch, and there is now a feature freeze on 1.10. Refer to Branch110Beta for more information.
Release manager for the first release candidate is nkoth. His task is to coordinate the release efforts and to enforce the freezing.
Please refer to Branch110 for more developer information.
Here is list of new features in TikiWiki 1.10
Here is a 1.10 test site: http://110.tiki.org/
Release cycle for 1.10
The beta opens the bugfixing/stabilization period of time that should lead us to a final 1.10.0 release, after sufficient number of release candidate are made to address issues we'll find in the source code. Beta versions will get out every few weeks until satisfactory consensus on its stability among the community.
What next ?
As 1.9 is frozen, and now 1.10 is under release cycle and then frozen as well, new contributions will have to go to HEAD branch. There are currently discussion about switching from CVS to SVN, and incrementing the major version number, so after 1.10, we could begin the 2.0 development process. All these are important parallel discussions but should not interfere with the current RC process of the code in BRANCH-1-10.
Please refer to Branch110.
For preparing 1.10 release we need to establish an exhaustive inventory of all features, with information about their state of development, their usability and buginess. Some very old unused features could be removed from the code repository if they are proven as disfunctional and have no developer maintaining and responding.
We could use trackers for such inventory, but it suffice to use wiki pages to have an easier whole picture to come out from its browsing. If you want to participate in that inventory, please visit and edit Release110Checklist.
Bugs that are related to the release
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The following information could be outdated and should be merged into information on Release110Checklist
Those are in 1.9.x, too! Listed here for completeness.
What will be great to have