This page is dedicated to the desing of the homepage of Tiki.The pages on info.tiki.org are those first impression pages for folks arriving to Tiki. In order to keep them organized they can not be edited directly on the info.tikiwiki page, they are discussed and desinged here first, then go public
Communication related content
- Unify text with promo sheet & use famfamfam icons?
- The opening page of Tiki should give a quick and easy overview on what Tiki is about with as few clicks as possible
- gezza: I think we should avoid using links for the Features, Join!, etc subpages and try to make a tabbed layout where you can navigate without page reload. Currently there is no such feature in Tiki but maybe it should go on the roadmap to have plugin for this. It could be called "tab plugin" and should be similar to the existing "versions" plugin (maybe this one could be enhanced to use ajax and a few more parameters).
- what to include in the article listing
- tab switching reloads the page
- can not center H1, the syntax does not work
- Need to use a DIV:
anonymus in users can not navigate, when trying to switch tab the page just reloads but the tab is not switched. When logged in it works fine. This is caused by cache! If it need a refresh from cache, navigation will not work. After you refresh (with the green arrow icon on the top), navigation will work for anonymus
- the first H1 of a tab is not processed correctly. workaround is to start a raw, put one space than press enter and put the H1 in the 2nd row, than it is fine in preview mode but not fine after save
- having a wikilink in a H1 disrespects H1 style
|Official Project Name||TikiWiki CMS/Groupware|
|Backronym||Tightly Integrated Knowledge Infrastructure|
|Category of software|| Content management system (CMS) (external link)|
Wiki engine (external link)
Corporate wiki (external link)
Semantic wiki (external link)
Application Wiki (external link)
Groupware (external link)
Web application (external link) (browser based)
Internet forum (message board) (external link)
Bug Tracker (external link)
Form generator (external link)
Knowledge base (external link)
Geospatial Content Management System (GeoCMS) (external link)
|Underlying technology|| PHP (external link) |
Smarty (external link)
ADOdb (external link) (database abstraction layer to use various databases such as MySQL (external link))
|Very short description||A powerful multilingual CMS/groupware/wiki.|
|Short description||A full-featured, open source, multilingual, all-in-one Wiki+CMS+Groupware written in PHP.|
|Medium description||TikiWiki CMS/Groupware is a full-featured, tightly integrated, open source, multilingual, all-in-one Wiki+CMS+Groupware, written in PHP and actively developed by a very large international community. Major features include articles, forums, newsletters, blogs, a file/image gallery, a wiki, bug & issue tracker (form generator), a calendar, RSS feeds, a category system, tags, an advanced user, group and permission system and more.|
|Long description|| TikiWiki CMS/Groupware is a full-featured, web-based, multilingual, tightly integrated, all-in-one Wiki+CMS+Groupware, Free Source Software (GNU/LGPL), using PHP, ADOdb, Zend Framework, jQuery and Smarty. It is actively developed by a very large international community and is translated to over 35 languages. Tiki can be used to create all sorts of Web applications, sites, portals, knowledge base, intranets, and extranets. |
Tiki offers a very large number of features "out-of-the-box", arguably more than any other Open Source Web Application. Highly configurable & modular, all the features are optional and administered via a web-based interface.
Major features include a robust wiki engine, news articles, discussion forums, newsletters, blogs, a file/image gallery, bug & issue tracker (form generator), a links directory, polls/surveys and quizzes, a FAQ, a banner management system, a calendar, maps, Mobile Tiki (PDA, VoiceXML and WAP access), RSS feeds, a category system, tags, an advanced themeing engine (Smarty), a spreadsheet, live support, Shoutbox, inter-user messages, a menu generator, an advanced user, group and permission system, internal search engine, external authentication support, and much much more.
|Promo Sheet||PDF - English (external link), PDF - French (external link)|
|Started||October 9th 2002|
|Short name||TikiWiki or Tiki|
|Versions|| legacy: 1.9.11 and 2.4 |
development: 4.0 (November 2009)
|Project type||Community managed and open development with an official Tiki Software Community Association (external link). While Consultants are available for hire, Tiki is "Community Open Source" vs "Commercial open source" (external link)|
|Roadmap/release schedule||Major releases every 6 months|
|License||Free and Open Source Software: LGPL 2.1 (external link) (free speech and free beer)|
|Number of contributors to the code||220+ (external link)|
|Number of contributors in general||several hundred|
|Number of Lines of Code (LOCs)||Over 1 million (version 2.4)|
|Number of downloads & installs||Over 700 000 downloads, and it's very difficult to have even a guesstimate of the number of live installs (click to find out why!)|
|Number of languages||35 -> i18n|
|One liners|| When just a wiki is not enough |
Whatever you're looking for... TikiWiki has it!
Software development, the wiki way
|Events||A tradition in the TikiWiki community, a TikiFest is when there is a meeting between contributors that don't usually meet. Over 35 so far...|
|Runs on shared hosting||Yes. Can be installed with FTP or control panels|
|High profile users||http://support.mozilla.com/ (external link) (Firefox) 10 million page views per week (external link)|
|RSS||http://info.tiki.org/tiki-articles_rss.php (external link)|
|Download||http://doc.tiki.org/Download (external link)|
|Mailing Lists||http://sourceforge.net/mail/?group_id=64258 (external link)|
|Beginners's guide||http://twbasics.keycontent.org/ (external link)|
|Demo||http://tikiwiki.org/demo (external link)|
|Official documentation||http://doc.tiki.org/ (external link)|
|Changelog||http://dev.tiki.org/changelog.txt (external link) (very long) 50 000+ lines!|
|Security||http://security.tiki.org/ (external link)|
|Developers site (bug reports & feature request)||http://dev.tiki.org/ (external link)|
|Forums||http://tikiwiki.org/tiki-forums.php (external link)|
|Profiles (Out of the box solutions)||http://profiles.tiki.org/ (external link)|
Look and feel
|Tag||TikiWiki or tikiwiki|
|Official presence on Social Networking sites||Networks|
|Alternate names (if space or slash is a problem)|| TikiWiki-CMS-Groupware |
Tiki is a web-based, multilingual, wiki and content management system (CMS) tightly integrated with a comprehensive set of groupware features. It is a free and open source software created by a large, international development team.
Tiki includes hundreds of well integrated features. In most situations, Tiki “does it all”, you do not need to find other software to fill in a missing piece.
Because of this, Tiki helps you to easily create all types of collaborative applications:
- Use one and only one of the following parameters: fileId, randomGalleryId, fgalId, attId, id, or src. websites
- knowledge bases
Tiki’s web-based, graphical interface makes it easy to configure the features you need. Tiki’s enormous set of features allows you to have the confidence that it will adapt well to all your requirements, now and in the future.
Whatever you are looking for, chances are Tiki has it. Your search for the most feature-complete CMS is over.
Read the Top 10 Reasons to use Tiki and get started with Tiki today!
TikiWiki is Free and Open Source software (LGPL 2.1 (external link)). You do not have to pay anything to anyone to use TikiWiki. However, you may choose to get hired help for setup, hosting, training, etc.
These consultants are active contributors to the TikiWiki community. By hiring them, you are permitting them to spend more time to contribute to TikiWiki.
When you do hire people (they don't have to be on this list!), make sure to insist the fixes and enhancements are re-contributed back. This is good for you so you don't end up with a forked-version which will be difficult/expensive to maintain. It's good for the whole community as it accelerates Tiki's progress.
* Jonny Bradley (external link)
* Louis-Philippe Huberdeau (external link)
* luciash d' being (external link)
* Gary Cunningham-Lee (chibaguy) (external link)
* Hans van Ee (The Netherlands) (external link)
* Stéphane Casset (external link)
* Sylvie Gréverend (sylvieg) (external link)
* Ian N Higginson (external link)
* Tom Bouillut (external link)
* Philippe Back (Belgium) (external link)
* Rick Sapir (external link)
* Xavier de Pedro (external link)
* Régis Barondeau (external link)
* Alexander Mette (external link)
* Gilles Maire (external link)
* AvanTech.net (external link)
* High Octane SPRL (external link)
* HighProductivity (external link)
* Enmore Services (external link)
* UNGI (external link)
* 3RCorp (external link)
* Citadel Rock Online Communities (external link)
* CGCOM (external link)
Avonsys (external link) monitors the sites of the Tiki community. Avonsys can monitor your site too in addition to offering general Tiki-related services.
You may also be interested by:
http://www.wikimatrix.org/consultants/TikiWiki+CMS-Groupware (external link)
On the 15th of July 2021 at 14:00UTC we will have our monthly community meeting.
Below are some of the topics of our two-hour meeting that you can join in at : https://live.tiki.org.
- New way to populate TRM topics
- Status of Tiki 23 release process
- Status of TikiFest Virtual 2021 Summer Workshops
- "Site closed" message translation dilemma
- Improve setup.sh php version detection
- Menu option for Wizards integration in our new admin dashboard
- Gitlab questions and answers
- How to develop the new Admin Dashboard
- Status of Tiki Community 2021 Navigation Revamp (15 to 20 minutes if we have time to present the work done)
More details at : https://tiki.org/Roundtable-Meeting-2021-07.
TikiFest gathering to discover, share, discuss and code together. All opinions about the present and future of Tiki Wiki will be on the table. Discover the new Tiki23 that will be release very soon, follow the discussion and progress on new technologies added or may be added to Tiki, learn about cache improvement and error reporting, improve your code skills by following coders work, etc... Many topics during 4 days from June the 2nd to the 5th 2021
TikiFest Virtual 2021 will be held from June 2 to June 5, and everyone is invited to get together online at tiki.org/live for presentations and discussions.
The open source Tiki Wiki CMS Groupware provides tools for remote collaboration integrated with a wiki, calendar, and database features, among others, so we will be using these in-house tools for the virtual Tikifest.
The Covid-19 pandemic is still impacting travel and other activities around the world. Unfortunately, then, it isn't possible yet to hold a normal in-person TikiFest, to meet and work together in one place for a few days. But with Tiki providing the tools for remote collaboration, we're doing the next-best thing: we're having another virtual TikiFest, following the first one held a year ago.
During the TikiFest, some time slots might have parallel tracks for developers and users (advanced or new) but in any case there will be something for everyone, no matter whether you are a Tiki veteran or are new to Tiki and want to discover how we do things the Tiki way.
Everyone is invited to take part in the Tiki community life and the Tiki project.
Tiki 15 LTS, first released in April 2016, 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 15 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 15 can seek professional enterprise support from a Tiki consultant.
Hello, folks! We have a Tiki Roundtable Meeting coming up!
Please visit: https://tiki.org/Roundtable-Meeting-2021-04
Add your preferred date/time.
Add your topic(s).
And join us at: https://tiki.org/live.
So far we’ll discuss the Tiki22 status and preparations for the Tiki23 release (in June), and continue with the Tikifest preparations (https://tiki.org/TikiFest-Virtual-2021).
More topics may still be added.
Here is a draft of what it should look like
Here is an
excel sheet of the links related to the splash screen.
If you open the excel sheet, have a look at the tab that says: Proposed Look & Feel