The Tiki community is made up of Tiki Wiki CMS Groupware developers, site operators, consultants, and end users around the world.
Teams are one way you can help out in the Tiki community. Feel free to participate according to your experience, availability and interests, to make our community more efficient and scalable. The more-involved members are mentors, coordinators, and facilitators. Find out more at Teams.
Tiki community members can get together in Tiki user groups based on interests, locality, or language.
The main focus is to set up language-based user groups to give an opportunity for people to communicate and contribute in their preferred language.
Feel free to ask questions or discuss Tiki in the forums.
Follow these news feeds to keep up to date with the Tiki community.
- A giant in Open Source: Jonny Bradley's 10,000 Commits to Tiki Wiki CMS Groupware
- Happy 21st Anniversary, Tiki!
- Tiki 26 Release Continues Rapid Feature Development
- Tiki monthly round table recordings and schedule
- Tiki's code contributions are up 100% compared to the previous year!
- More New Security Updates Released and again Strongly Recommended
- New Security Updates Released and Strongly Recommended
- Biggest Tiki Release Ever: Tiki 25
- Tiki 21.7 Released and Recommended
- We Are Celebrating 20 Years of Tiki!