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How to use Tiki Show Submit a bug report Part 3 of 4 pascalstjean
Tips on how to get your bug resolved faster Submit a bug report Part 2 of 4 pascalstjean
Filling out the basic bug form Submit a bug report Part 1 of 4 pascalstjean
an overview of the bug submission process on Dev.Tiki.Org How to submit a bug report pascalstjean wishlist
Quick overview of the PluginWebDocViewer PluginWebDocViewer pascalstjean plugin, webviewer
Rick Sapir is first and foremost an End-user Advocate  not a hard-core programmer. He possess 15 years of experience in usability, documentation, and training (primarily with computer software, but other fields too). His primary contributions to the Tiki community are:
Monitoring the Forums and IRC channel, helping when I can.
Working on the Tiki Docs
Contribution useful plugins and mods, where I can. It has been a long time since he's done any real coding (does anyone still use Pascal and Fortran?),
You can read about some of his Tiki ideas modifications at  Tiki blog.
Monitoring the TikiWiki feedback.
Working the Tiki Promo Squad to improve Tiki's pubic image (or lack-there-of)
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ick Sapir is an independent contractor providing assistance in creating, managing, and customizing technical content. This content includes:
End-user documentation (such as user guides and online help)
Training material (such as tutorials and videos)
Website delivery (specializing in the Tiki Wiki CMS Groupware platform) RickSapir.mp4 daniam join the community
Bernard Sfez specializes in system specification, solution design, Tiki Wiki CMS, right to left solutions (Hebrew or Arabic) and multimedia integration. His skills includes capacity to manage on the behalf of  customers complete projects. He plan database design to assure security, extensibility and flexibility.
His relation with his clients are based on partnership and tight collaboration. This include ongoing consultancy, technical support and training at all stage of a project.
Services offered:
Consulting
 Upgrades
 Custom programming
 Training
  Hosting
  Installation and setup
 Troubleshooting
 Themes and skins
 Third-party integration BernardSfez.mp4 daniam about complexity with an example in the translation field
You can make a difference. The Technology Advocates project is a community effort. Without community participation we're just a couple of guys with a site. You are more powerful, have more to contribute to bringing sensibility to our society's on-line world, than you may realize.

You need only have a thought, an opinion, an experience; and the will to make something from it, to add value that could be precious to someone you don't even know. Technical skills are of course always welcome, but if you can read you can help us better the site. If you can write you can contribute to your community. You can make a difference.

Simply by suggesting wording changes on a page you can make something clearer for the next person that might have otherwise bypassed the information altogether. Your lack of technical knowledge can be a benefit to everyone as well. If you don't know something chances are someone else doesn't either. Questions asked of us are how we know what information needs to be posted to help everyone. Ask once and help many. SteveCichosz.mp4 daniam steve cichosz
Jonny Bradley

Developer
I am a freelance developer/programmer based in London, UK. I have been using Tiki since 2002 and have gradually become a regular contributor to the project.

I championed the inclusion of JQuery as the de-facto JavaScript library within Tiki and have been working on widening the use of it and adding new features such as jQuery.mobile in Tiki 7.0.

I was Release coordinator for Tiki 6.x and 7.x and assisting in releases since then. I am a member of the Tiki Quality Team looking after updates to the stable branches and also the Admin Team for the past few years.

Most of my work on Tiki has been related to the front-end user-experience, rather than back-end functionality, and I come from a TV production and design background. Over the years I have tried most of the programming languages at some point, with most experience recently being in PHP, JavaScript especially with jQuery and Java.

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2013-06-03 Presentation about Natural Language Processing (NLP) in Tiki admin@tiki.org
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A talk with Pascal St-Jean. mp4 transcoded (4/3 formated) Pascal St-Jean about Community Management Systems chibaguy
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What is the tiki.org business model Tiki as a Community Management System daniam pascal st-jean
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