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Tiki Roundtable Meeting 2021 07

Author: Bernard Sfez / Tiki Specialist - Published

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.
Short discussions

  • 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

Longer discussions

More details at : https://tiki.org/Roundtable-Meeting-2021-07.

TikiFest Virtual 2021 starts today at 12UTC

Author: Bernard Sfez / Tiki Specialist - Published

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
https://tiki.org/TikiFest-Virtual-2021.

Coming Soon: TikiFest Virtual 2021

Author: Gary Cunningham-Lee - Published

TikiFest Virtual 2021 banner 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 reaches end of service life - what are your options?

Author: Marc Laporte - Published

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.

April 2021 Tiki Roundtable Meeting

Author: Bernard Sfez / Tiki Specialist - Published

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.

See you!

New Tiki Versions Released: Tiki 22.1, 21.3 LTS and 18.8 LTS Just Out of the Oven!

Author: luciash d' being 🧙 - Published
The Tiki community just released fresh new Tiki versions with some security fixes and bug-fix updates of the LTS branches!


We strongly recommend all Tiki website administrators to upgrade their sites to the latest relevant Tiki version.

We released Tiki 22.0 (but forgot to tell you about it)

Author: Communications Team - Published
The Tiki Community is happy to announce that Tiki 22.0, a new major version (codenamed Corona Borealis), has been released!


We recommend all Tiki users who are eager to get the latest cutting edge Tiki version to install it fresh or upgrade their existing sites to Tiki 22.0 and try it out. For the LTS we recommend you wait until Tiki 23.0 is released.

Happy Birthday, Tiki!

Author: habiba - Published

October 9th is a special date for us, as it marks the completion of another successful year for Tiki Wiki CMS Groupware. It was all started in 2002 by Luis Argerich with just a handful of users and with significant community support still off in the future. After years of active development, in 2020, Tiki has had one of the largest Open Source teams in the world. Tiki has been contributed to by some 300 developers, and has thousands of users, many features and configuration options, continuous improvement and industry-wide use for public websites and nonpublic intranets and special applications.

Security Releases of all Tiki versions since 16.3

Author: The Tiki Team - Published
Due to some essential security fixes in all Tiki branches since 16.x we are happy to announce the release of the following minor updates: 21.2, 20.4, 19.3, 18.7, 17.3, 16.4.


We strongly recommend all Tiki website administrators to upgrade their sites to the latest Tiki versions.

If you cannot do even a minor upgrade please contact security at tiki.org for advice on to how to secure your installation.