What a tremendous first year!!!
I'd like to thank all the contributors for making Tiki a great project and a great community. Special thanks to Luis Argerich who started all this!!
We deserve to be proud of what has been accomplished. And the perspectives for the future are very bright.
October 7th, 2002: Luis Argerich releases Tiki 0.9 (Spica). During the first 10 weeks, 7(!) Tiki versions are released.
December 2002: Tiki 1.4 documentation is released. (231 pages, fully illustrated). Tiki is described as "a CMS system based on a Wiki"
May 2003: Version 1.6 is rebranded Tiki CMS/Groupware to showcase the "MyTiki" and other groupware features.
June 2003: IRC #tikiwiki chatroom is lauched with instant success and spawns a collaboration space & spirit ever since.
July 2003: Tiki is awarded Project of the Month on Sourceforge
August 2003: After weeks of testing, (eating our own DogFood on tikiwiki.org), 4 release candidates and unprecedented collaboration on IRC, Tiki 1.7 is launched.
top-10 most active projects on Sourceforge
top-10 best rated app on Freshmeat.
120 developers on SourceForge:
1500+ members on
The codebase & the number of contributors is growing:
Very active IRC chatroom (Often 20+ people logged in)
350 page fully illustrated documentation for Tiki 1.6
1.7 doc is in progress. Here is a list of "undocumented features":
An idea of what's ahead:
Here are our current partners:
Here are future partners: