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Roundtable meeting is coming ! (21/07/2016)

Author: Bernard Sfez - Published

Our monthly Roundtable Meeting is scheduled for this Thursday (21/07/2016)!

If you are an active member of the Tiki community this is just a reminder.
But if you are not yet and are interested to participate or you just want to see how we discus and plan next improvement and maintain Tiki you are welcome to come.

Connect at : live.tiki.org (logon or come as guest)

Topics
1st hour quick news
• Quick update on releases (security) status
• Quick update on Tiki15 LTS status
• Quick updates on TikiFestFroscon2016 and TikiFestHu2016
• Quick update on Facebook & Twitter integration
Second hour, longer topics
• Planning TikiFestFroscon2016 and TikiFestHu2016
• Strategy discussion for Tiki
As it has been said in the devlist we are short of hands and summer won’t help
We have to adapt so our ship flag Tiki15 doesn’t suffer anymore regression and the nasty ones are fixed.
• Setting/reviewing guideline about strings and translation.


More information about this meeting at : https://tiki.org/Roundtable+Meeting+2016+07

After-FOSDEM TikiFest 2016

Author: Jan Bambach - Published

FOSDEM may be over, but this doesn't stop the attendees among our community from being productive. If anything, because of the TikiFest that followed immediately, the opposite was the case; two days of hacking led to a huge amount of items to be struck off the to-do list.

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Tiki at FOSDEM 2016

Author: Jan Bambach - Published

570 speakers, 609 lectures, 619 events more than 5000 hackers and two days - that's the best way to sum up what the annual event for Free and Open Source developers was like this year. Read more about our presence to find out how we reached out to the community.

FOSDEM2016

Two-week Canadian Spring TikiFest

Author: Rick - Published - ( Reads)

The Tiki Community is planning a two-week, two-city TikiFest (code sprint) in Canada this spring. All members of the Tiki Community, as well as anyone interested in wikis and content management systems (CMS) are invited to join us!

TikiFest Montreal    TikiFest Ottawa

TikiFest Barcelona

Author: Rick - Published - ( Reads)
Join us for a week-long TikiFest in beautiful Barcelona (Catalonia, Spain) from August 20-27. Members of the Tiki Community will meet to collaborate on several Tiki features, including:
  • Extending the Tiki calendar to allow resource management (reservations and bookings)
  • Improving the user interface for Tiki Workspaces
  • Additional integration of CCLite (Community Currencies)
  • Looking at ways to improve the overall Tiki Community by introducing collaborative code reviews, bug triage, and more.

Perspective participants are encouraged to add their own ideas, too. If you're planning to come to TikiFest, you might as well stay for WikiSym, which runs August 27-29.

For complete information, see http://tiki.org/TikiFestBarcelona3

Next Tiki Webinar to Highlight Recently Updated Tiki 8 Features

Author: ricks99 - Published - ( Reads)

On February 16, the Tiki Community will present the second in the year-long webinar series. Long-time Tiki Community members and contributors from Citadel Rock Online Communities Inc. will show a newly developed Tiki site that takes advantage of several features introduced in Tiki 8 including the Unified Search and advanced Tracker techniques.

Tiki Community Presents Free Webinars

Author: Rick - Published

Tiki Wiki CMS Groupware will present a series of free webinars starting Thursday, January 19, 2012 at 21:00:00 UTC (find your timezone) using BigBlueButton (http://bigbluebutton.org). These webinars will allow the Tiki Community to introduce new features in current and upcoming releases of Tiki. Additionally, Tiki Developers will be able to show off their latest work and Tiki admins can give a virtual tour of their own sites.

The seminars are free for anyone with an interest in Tiki, wikis, and content management systems (CMS). Participants attending the seminars will use the Tiki + BigBlueButton integration. This integration features full audio and visual communication, chatting, desktop sharing, and much more... and requires only a browser! The seminars also allow the Tiki Community to "dogfood" these features!

The first webinar, on January 19, will feature a demonstration of Tiki Draw and Tiki Docs, a developer-led discussion of several upcoming features, and include plenty of open time for community discussion.

All Tiki Community members are encouraged to attend as well as present their own work. For details, see http://tiki.org/Webinars and the Tiki Community calendar: http://info.tiki.org/Calendar.

Upcoming TikiFests

Author: Rick - Published
The Tiki Community is planning two TikiFests (code sprints) in the upcoming months. All members of the Tiki Community, as well as anyone interested in wikis and content management systems (CMS) are invited to join us!


The first event, on October 4 and 5 in Sherbrooke, Quebec, Canada, features technical sessions on wikis in general, held at Révolution Linux. Several sessions will be led by key Tiki Community leaders and Tiki Association members. For more information, see http://tiki.org/TikiFestSherbrooke8.

Planning is also underway for a design-focused TikiFest. The week-long event, tentatively planned for mid-January in Montréal, Canada, deal primarily with design, themes, and user experience. Anyone interested in usability or interface design is encouraged to join the Tiki Community for this event. See http://tiki.org/TikiFestDesign9 for details.

For complete information on all TikiFests and community events, see the Tiki calendar: http://info.tiki.org/calendar.