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Adieu Pkdille

Author: Jean-Marc Libs - Published

Pascal Kustner (pkdille) left us in the night of April 30th/May 1st 2019, succumbing to cancer.

Tiki Celebrates 15th Birthday

Author: Gary Cunningham-Lee - Published

On October 8, Tiki Wiki CMS Groupware marked 15 years of continuous development. Many thanks to everyone who has contributed to the project over the years by coding and bug-fixing, creating and hosting websites, and providing great feedback for further improvement.

The 15-year milestone was celebrated over a tonkatsu dinner at TikiFest Japan 2017 as Marc (Laporte) told the story of how Luis Argerich began work on the software in Buenos Aires, Argentina in 2002. Tiki has steadily grown to become the Open Source web application platform with the most built-in features, leveraging the efficiency of the all-in-one, no-third-party-plugins model.



Happy Birthday, Tiki!

Two Upcoming TikiFest Events

Author: ricks99 - Published

The Tiki Community is planning two TikiFest (code sprint) events in the next month:


All members of the Tiki Community, as well as anyone interested in wikis and content management systems (CMS) are invited to join us! Many of the most active contributors to Tiki will be present to plan, design, and code upcoming Tiki releases.

What is a TikiFest? It is a tradition in the Tiki community, a TikiFest is a meeting between Tiki community members (that usually only meet online). This is an opportunity to socialize, code and discuss about wiki technology and culture, etc. Learn more at https://tiki.org/TikiFest.

Two Upcoming TikiFest Events

Author: ricks99 - Published

The Tiki Community is planning two TikiFest (code sprint) events in the next month:


All members of the Tiki Community, as well as anyone interested in wikis and content management systems (CMS) are invited to join us! Many of the most active contributors to Tiki will be present to plan, design, and code upcoming Tiki releases.

What is a TikiFest? It is a tradition in the Tiki community, a TikiFest is a meeting between Tiki community members (that usually only meet online). This is an opportunity to socialize, code and discuss about wiki technology and culture, etc. Learn more at https://tiki.org/TikiFest.

Tiki named to 10 Best Open Source Collaboration Software Tools list!

Author: Rick Sapir / Tiki for Smarties - Published

The Tiki Community is proud to announce that Tiki Wiki CMS Groupware has been named by Small Business Computing as one of the best open source collaboration tools!
Top 10 list

From their article:

Collaboration software offer small businesses a wide variety of benefits. They can increase teamwork and communication, particularly if people on your team work in different locations. They can also help you share knowledge more widely throughout the organization and lessen the chance that employees will waste time duplicating the same work. They can also streamline your business processes and reduce the need for face-to-face meetings—both of which can decrease costs.


For Tiki specifically, the article goes on to say:

Today, it's a more full-featured open source collaboration software tool that also includes blogs, forums, calendar, image galleries, and surveys. Many people use it to manage their websites, and it can be particularly useful for intranets focused on a particular project.



See the full list at: http://www.smallbusinesscomputing.com/slideshows/10-best-open-source-collaboration-software-tools.html

Thank you to our helpful, active community of developers and users for helping Tiki make the list!

Roundtable this Thursday 19 May 2016

Author: Bernard Sfez - Published

This month of May our monthly meeting, our Roundtable discussion, is on Thursday, 19 May 2016. Our Roundtable meetings are cordial and fun, and besides, you will learn and be at the heart of Tiki’s team action.

What time, do you ask ? :-)
We had a usual 1800 (6 p.m.) (UTC) meeting but it turned out to be a bit difficult for some of our members as the Tiki team is worldwide with members found in every time zone. We discussed the matter and initiated a time rotation to help widen participation and to encourage people to join us all around the clock. The time was set by a vote of the people!

Our Roundtable meeting will be, then, on Thursday, 19 May 2016 at 13:00 (UTC).

We will continue with this time adjustment if the experience is a success.

This month we have a very interesting second hour around "Branding and Marketing" for Tiki.
Please have a look at https://tiki.org/Roundtable+Meeting+2016+05
New propositions for graphic communication are attached to the page!

Community Interview with Steve Cichosz

Author: Rick - Published

In the latest Tiki Community Interview, we talk with Tiki community member Steve Cichosz about the benefits of using the Tiki Wiki CMS Groupware.

Steve is a 30 year veteran of the technology industry and the founder of Technology Advocates, a company established to help the average person navigate the Internet Superhighway. Steve started working with large scale computers back when punchcards were the norm. Throughout the years, Steve has consulted internationally with major corporations, worked in startups, and been employed by the Fortune 500 companies.

This video, part of an on-going series, highlights members of the Tiki Community, is produced by Daniel Gauthier. Daniel is a video producer entrepreneur and has been a Tiki Community member since 2009.


You can see the full interview at: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kU90DJbOpfk

New Tiki Community Video

Author: Rick - Published

In this newly produced video, Tiki community member Jean-Marc Libs (aka Jyhem) speaks about the benefits of using the Tiki Wiki CMS Groupware. In an interview originally recorded in Ottawa in 2012 (in French), Jean-Marc explains one of TIki's greatest strengths: tight integration among its features. Jean-Marc is a senior contributor to the Tiki Wiki CMS Groupware, dedicating several hours each day to programming and development, as well as general administration of the Tiki Community and infrastructure. Jean-Marc lives in Strasbourg, France and founded the alsawiki.com company, which specializes in open-source software and Tiki deployments.

Tiki Wiki CMS Groupware 12.0 Beta is now available for download

Author: Bernard Sfez - Published

The release team is pleased to announce that the public beta of Tiki Wiki CMS Groupware 12.0 Beta is now available for download.

This beta release is made available to allow a broad user base to test and evaluate the next major version of Tiki Wiki CMS Groupware.

Tiki 12.x is our next Long Term Support (LTS) version and it will be supported for 5 years (until 2018). The Tiki community and especially the test and development team have done (and are still doing ;) some awesome work to deliver a very stable version of Tiki.

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