WikiSuite is the new name for Tiki Suite. Please see: WikiSuite.org
The Tiki Suite is especially suited to decentralized and knowledge-centric organizations and offers most (80%+) of the features all organizations need, such as: Email, Website & Blog, Shopping Cart, Intranet & Project Management, E-learning, Social Networking, Knowledgebase & Customer Support, File sharing, Issue Tracker, Video-conferencing, LDAP, VPN, Gateway, Network, etc.You can install anywhere (home, office, laptop, data center, etc.)
Key components include:
- Server-side (which you can install in your home/office or in the cloud)
- ClearOS Server & Networking
- Tiki Wiki CMS Groupware
- Kolab / Roundcube mail / appointments
- Openfire XMPP + WebRTC videoconference
- Syncthing file sync & backup
- Options, depending on your use case
- Client-side (The devices used by your team)
|App||Windows||GNU/Linux||Mac||Android or CyanogenMod via F-Droid|
|Jitsi SIP / XMPP / IRC client||yes||yes||yes||yes|
|Thunderbird or SeaMonkey if you don’t want to use Roundcube (Kolab)||yes||yes||yes||no, use K-9 Mail and DAVdroid for contacts / calendar or ActiveSync|
Background information: The typical installation of Tiki Wiki CMS Groupware is on shared hosting, which makes it popular and accessible, however, it limits what features can be implemented. This has not stopped Tiki from becoming the FLOSS Web Application with the most built-in features and the FLOSS Web Application with the fastest release cycle. However, there are things you just can’t do well in PHP/MySQL and there are things for which we judge more future proof to partner with another (preferably PHP) project (ex.: Piwik).
This will not work on shared hosting and will require VPS or dedicated server hosting. You have the choice of self-hosting or renting a server. For most small organizations, one server is sufficient. However, if you require Kaltura, you need one or more additional server. Setting up the mail on a different box makes sense as well.
- 2016-04-25 Soft launch of WikiSuite.org (Basic content, for now, more in the works) WikiSuite is the new name for Tiki Suite
- 2016-04-08 Openfire Meetings Documentation improved
- 2016-04-24 LXLE 14.04.4 Posh
- 2016-03-23 Kimchi 2.1
- 2016-03-21 Openfire 4.0.2
- 2016-03-14 Openfire Meetings: Implemented auto-recording of conferences.
- 2016-03-11 Openfire Meetings: The chat component (Candy) has been upgraded to version 2.2.0, which includes the responsive changes for mobile, using the Bootstrap front-end framework.
- 2016-03-09 KeePass 2.32
- 2016-03-08 ClearOS 7.2 released
- 2016-03-08 New Attack Detector app from ClearOS (Fail2ban)
- 2016-01-26 Openfire 4.0.1
- 2016-01-11 Openfire 4.0
- 2015-12-14 Openfire 4.0 Beta
- 2015-11-07 Syncthing v0.12.0, with Connection Relaying
- 2015-09-16 Syncthing Periodic #2 v0.11.25, temporary indexes, discovery protocol rewrite.
- 2015-09-08 Syncthing Periodic #1 Introduction, latest v0.11 release and troublesome default choices, v0.12 connection relaying
- 2015-06-05 ClearOS 7.1.0 Beta 2 released
- 2015-05-27 Talky Kickstarter is now live!
- 2015-05-03 Roundcube Next campaign launched
- 2015-04-30 BigBlueButton 0.9.0 released
- 2015-04-18 Prosody 0.9.x RPMs on the way. Special thanks to Robert Scheck and Matthew Wild!
- 2015-04-10 KeePass 2.29 released
- 2015-04-03 LXLE 14.04.2 and 12.04.5 released and LXLE switches to the SeaMon
key Web Browser and its components which replace standalone software that was originally included in LXLE. These include Claws Mail, Filezilla, Osmo, Xchat that have been replaced by the standard components of SeaMon key with the addition of Lightning (Calendar/Scheduler) and FireFTP.
- 2015-03-27 Kichi 1.4.1 has been released
- 2015-03-26 Prosody 0.9.8 released
- 2015-03-19 Jitsi 2.8 released, with security and bug fixes
- 2015-03-17 ClearOS 6.6.1 will be released any day now
- 2015-02-26 Beta documentation to install FusionPBX
- 2015-02-19 ClearOS 6.6 has been released
- 2015-01-27 Jitsi 2.6 released, now with IRC support
- 2014-11-07 Lubuntu picked as explained at Tiki Suite Desktop
- 2014-07-27 Major push to get Tiki & LDAP working optimally.
- 2014-07-24 Started Developer documentation
- 2014-07-23 suite.tiki.org along with other *.tiki.org sites have been upgraded to Tiki 13.x The design will be wonky for a little while (it’s a major migration to Bootstrap). However, the site is functional and content accurate. Please report any issues too dev.tiki.org
- 2014-06-16 Tiki Suite presented at TA3M
- 2014-05-22 Tiki now an app of ClearOS 6.6.0 Beta 1
- 2014-05-06 ClearOS & Prosody authentication resolved
- This will be transformed into a ClearOS app down the road
- 2014-04-21/22/23/24/25 In the context of the TikiFest to produce Tiki 13 Alpha, we’ll have some work sessions on Tiki Suite
- 2014-03-22 Tiki Suite presented at LibrePlanet 2014 Boston, USA.
- 2014-03-10/11/12/13 Tiki Suite meeting in Atlanta
- 2014-03-06/07/08 Tiki Suite meeting in Salt Lake City (ClearOS Headquarters)
- 2014-02-04: Tiki Suite at Linux-Meetup
- On October 22nd, 2013, was held TikiFestClearOS.
- Status as of 2013-08: ClearOS 6.x is developing nicely and we can now proceed. There are still some things to clear up (such as the webmail), but it’s looking very promising. BigBlueButton 0.81 has a much better UI, and we’ll be using this, along with Tiki 12 LTS. See: Tiki Suite 2013 deployment plan
- 2012-04 news: We improved Tiki-Kaltura integration
- Status as of 2012-02: After successful testing with ClearOS 5.2, we are now awaiting the final stable release of ClearOS 6.x (now in Beta) as the basis of version 1.0 of Tiki Suite. ClearOS 5.2 is awesome but is a distro with components from 2007-2008, and we prefer to build Tiki Suite on version 6.x
- 2011-07 A second presentation occurred the Libre Software Meeting 2011, in France. See slides
- 2011-03 This project was first presented at the Confoo 2011 Web Conference in Canada. Please check the slides.