It is with great pleasure that the TikiWiki community releases TikiWiki CMS/Groupware 2.0
Tiki 2.0 (previously known as Tiki 1.10) is the next generation of TikiWiki. Special thanks to the countless people that made this release possible. TikiWiki is truly a community success. Over 80 people contributed 6894 commits (code changes) to the source code of version 2.0 and so many more to testing, documentation, bug reporting, etc.
TikiWiki 2.0 offers countless (really!) new features & enhancements.
Get TikiWiki 2.0 here:
We thank all the security people who audited 2.0 before the release. As always, please report any security issues to security.tikiwiki.org
Specifically, the following people helped to identify issues that were addressed before release:
- Joshua Morin reported several issues
- Jesús Olmos at Internet Security Auditors reported a leak which could have been used to disclose path and PHP path configuration.
- Special thanks to Philippe Gamache & Damien Seguy for their advice
TikiWiki 1.9.11 was already the open source Web app with the most built-in features. It now has even more features, is faster and has a better user interface. Please see:
Please also see the Release notes, especially if you are upgrading from a previous version.
Report any issues here:
You can play with a fully functional Tiki demo, hosted by opensourcecms.com, before you install Tiki on you server. Try it out now.
Additionally, you can download an iso of the tw:TikiLiveCD, version 1.9.11 or 2.0, burn a CD (or use a virtual machine with it) and play with it.
Work has already started on TikiWiki 3.0, which will be released in April 2009. The main focus of version 3.0 will be further enhancements to the user interface, the admin interface, the theme system and built-in themes.