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The Tiki Community wishes to announce the release of Tiki 13.0, the latest version of Tiki Wiki CMS Groupware. Following the Tiki tradition of naming versions after stars, Tiki 13 is named after Fomalhaut, one of the brightest stars in the sky.
Tiki 13.0 is the first Tiki to make use of the industry leading Bootstrap CSS framework, providing a much needed modernization to the look and feel of Tiki. This sets the foundation for mobile-friendly and device-responsive layout. Unfortunately, this means that many old themes will not be compatible and need to be converted. On the other hand, Tiki can now more easily make use of third party Bootstrap themes.
The Bootstrap transition was planned to span two versions (Tiki 13 and Tiki 14). As such, Tiki 13 being the midway version is expected to be more rough around the edges than most other major releases. Upgraders should take note of various known issues documented on the release notes at Tiki13. The page also contains a list of enhancements and known issues in the latest version.
If you are starting a new Tiki install and wish to take advantage of the latest features, you should try Tiki 13 first. On the other hand, if you are looking for an older but more stable version, Tiki 12 which is a Long Term Support (LTS) version might be more suitable for you. If you plan only to upgrade with the LTS cycle (i.e. from Tiki 12 to Tiki 15), you could try Tiki 13 out as a preview of what is to come. For more information about which Tiki version is right for you, see the Tiki Version Lifecycle page (Version Lifecycle).
You can download the new Tiki 13 (as well as all other Tiki versions) from Download.