Table of contents
- SourceForge commits
- All time downloads
- Open Hub
- Other sites where Tiki has ratings, relative to other projects.
- Mailing lists
- Project size
- Stats of Tiki commits
- Code Swarm
- Related links
- Other links to investigate
See also: Open Hub
Alexa has a "Wiki Engines" category which tracks "most visited sites"
Freshmeat has a wiki category, sortable by "Popularity", "Rating", "Vitality" or "Last update"
SourceForge recently added a wiki category, sortable by "Rank", "Activity", "Latest File" or number of "Downloads"
As of 2008-10, not all wiki engine have been added/moved to the category yet. Also, the stats are only relevant for wiki engines hosted on Sourceforge.
Social Source Commons has "Wiki tools" "toolbox" sorted by popularity.
Ohloh, where developers can add wiki engines to their "stack".
- 100 000+ messages on the Mailing Lists, since the beginning of the project, which includes CVS-SVN commit messages.
- 1+ million lines of code
- More than half is code coming from other projects. See Source Lines of Code
- 240+ code contributors
- Thousands of wiki pages
- Thousands of forum posts
- Currently tiki.org has 20 000+ registered users and 300+ developers at this site.
Suggestion by SEWilcon: http://code.google.com/p/svnplot/
- svnplot at stats.tiki.org
- but the results are quite weird so perhaps we should test an upgrade and/or get StatSVN
2011-10-25: W3Techs was made aware that the algorithm was missing many sites and they responded: "We have included your valuable remarks into our analyzer, which should somewhat improve the TikiWiki recognition."
2011-10-26: BuiltWith was made aware that the algorithm was missing many sites and within the next month or so, the stats should be updated.
Would need an update to when we started using SVN