Tiki 20.1 has been released with enhancements, improved security and several bugfixes.
Tiki 12 LTS, first released in November 2013, 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 12 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 12 can seek professional enterprise support from a Tiki consultant.
As always, this update includes many new features, code optimizations and bug fixes. See the (never complete) list of changes on the Documentation wiki (yep, you can help by editing the page). Get Tiki 20.0 through the download page.
16 years ago it started:
Oct 7th 2002 - "Project founded" (first commit to the version control system, which was still CVS back then before we switched to SVN)
Oct 8th 2002 - Version 0.9 package released on Sourceforge.net
Oct 9th 2002 - Official announcement of the 0.9 release made
Since then, tons of features were added and a strong community was built. Today while we are working on Tiki19, countless organizations, corporations and individuals rely on the powerful features of Tiki!
"Happy Birthday, Tiki" and thanks to every user and/or contributor!
We strongly recommend all Tiki website administrators to upgrade their sites to the latest Tiki versions.
Thanks to chbi of https://chbi.eu for the security reports and helping us to make Tiki much safer application again!
Visit https://tiki.org/Download to get the latest version.
We, the Tiki community, warmly encourage current Tiki users to update to - and new users to try out - Tiki 18.1 and benefit from the new features, options and fixes. Thanks to the hundreds of reports and wishes submitted by Tiki testers and community members, the changes from 15 to 18 have been impressive and this update continues that trend. This is another occasion to remind you that updating your site regularly will ease your own update and maintenance process as well as keep your site as secure as possible.
This is also the time to say goodbye to Tiki 17, which has come to the end of its support period and won’t be further upgraded.
The security team would like to give thanks and credit to Pranav Digambar Jagtap @pranavH4x0r, chbi of https://chbi.eu, Karim of ripstech.com and Omar Kurt of netsparker.com for their security reports and help to make Tiki a safer application.