The Tiki Community completed its most recent TikiFest (code sprint) in Berlin last week. TikiFest Berlin (co-located with [http://wikifestbln.org|WikiFestBLN] Nov 12-14 in Berlin, Germany) provided an opportunity for Tiki developers, end-users, and supporters to meet and plan the the future of Tiki Wiki CMS Groupware.
Many topics were discussed and much work was done for the upcoming Tiki 6.1 release including:Improving Tiki.org server infrastructureGentoo build for Tiki distributionWYSIWIG strategyNon-interactive TRIM (Tiki Remote Instance Manager)Multi-level content and Tiki structures, based on perspectives and dynamic groupsRegistration procedures for parent-child and teacher-student scenarios
Additionally, several interesting talks were held, including a presentation on collaborative ecosystems by Dr. L. Marighetti and a basic datachennels presentation for beginners. For complete details of TikiFest Berlin, see http://tiki.org/TikiFestBerlin2010 .
As things were wrapping up in Berlin, final planning was taking place in the UK for TikiFest London, planned for Nov 22-24. This is the sixth TikiFest in London. In addition to a Tiki Boot Camp for new users, there are plans to work on topics of interest to "power users" such as Project Management, Tiki Workspaces, and Profiles.
For complete details of TikiFest London, see http://tiki.org/TikiFestLondon6 .
Tiki Wiki CMS Groupware is a full-featured, web-based, multilingual (35+ languages), tightly integrated, all-in-one Wiki+CMS+Groupware, Free Source Software (GNU/LGPL), using PHP, MySQL, Zend Framework, jQuery and Smarty. Actively developed by a very large international community, Tiki can be used to create all kinds of Web applications, sites, portals, knowledge bases, intranets, and extranets. Tiki is managed by the Tiki Software Community Association. For more information, visit http://tiki.org.