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The Cross-border Spring Tiki Tour

Author: Rick - Published

A translation sprint in February followed by two consecutive weeks of TikiFests and industry conferences in March present the perfect opportunity to learn more about Tiki and become more involved with the Tiki Community.

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Tiki inclus dans The Inuit Uqausinginnik TaiguusiliuqtiitLanguageStandardizationSymposium

Author: GuyVigneault - Published

Tiki Wiki CMS Groupware a des capacités multilingues extrêmement robustes, et celles-ci seront présentés dans le cadre de Inuit Uqausinginnik Taiguusiliuqtiit Language Standardization Symposium à Iqaluit, Nunavut, Canada, 7-11 Février 2011.

Pascal St-Jean, un actif contributeur de la communauté Tiki et directeur du développement commercial chez Citadel Rock Online Communities, seront présents à la promotion de nouvelles normes par le biais de l'atelier Média et Technologies. St-Jean vous montrera comment Tiki a promu des normes internationales multilingues (tels que la Cross Lingual Wiki Engine Project).

La Communauté Tiki a récemment commencé à utiliser un nouveau processus de traduction interactive qui contribuera à la traduction additionnelle (et plus complète) de Tiki dans la prochaine version 7 ... y compris une version en langue Inuit de Tiki.

Pour plus d'informations sur le colloque, visitez http://www.gov.nu.ca/. Pour en savoir plus sur les capacités multilingues de Tiki, visitez http://i18n.tiki.org

Tiki included in The Inuit Uqausinginnik TaiguusiliuqtiitLanguageStandardizationSymposium

Author: Rick - Published

Tiki Wiki CMS Groupware has extremely robust multilingual capabilities, and these will be featured as part of the Inuit Uqausinginnik Taiguusiliuqtiit Language Standardization Symposium in Iqaluit, Nunavut, Canada, February 7-11, 2011.

Pascal St-Jean, an active Tiki Community contributor and Director of Business Development with Citadel Rock Online Communities, will be present at the Promoting New Standards through Media and Technologies workshop. St-Jean will demonstrate how Tiki has promoted multilingual and international standards (such as the Cross Lingual Wiki Engine Project).

The Tiki Community has recently begun using a new, interactive translation process that will contribute to additional (and more complete) translation of Tiki in the upcoming TIki 7... including an Inuit language version of Tiki.

For more information about the symposium, visit http://www.gov.nu.ca. To learn more about Tiki's multilingual capabilities, visit http://i18n.tiki.org

Tiki Training Day in Quebec City on December 8th

Author: Philippe Cloutier - Published

A day of training for Tiki will take place in Quebec City on December 8, 2010. The Tiki in Quebec City day is hosted by AFI Expertise and will be in French. People interested in wikis, thinking about starting a Tiki website, already managing one, or ready to start customizing Tiki are welcome.

Journée de formation Tiki à Québec le 8 Décembre

Author: GuyVigneault - Published

Une journée de formation pour Tiki aura lieu à Québec le 8 Décembre 2010. La journée Tiki à Québec est organisée par AFI Expertise et sera en français. Les personnes intéressées par les wikis, qui envisage de créer un site Tiki, qui en gère déjà un, ou qui sont prêts à commencer à personnaliser leur Tiki sont les bienvenus.

TikiFest London Wrapup

Author: Rick - Published
TikiFest London
TikiFest London ended last week, making several important contributions to Tiki Wiki CMS Groupware. This code sprint saw:
  • Implementation discussions of a Tiki Project Management feature
  • Planning the Tiki Tracker Revamp
  • Exploration of the removal of deprecated features (such as PHPLayersMenu, Image Galleries, and Xajax)

For complete details of TikiFest London, see http://tiki.org/TikiFestLondon6.

Several other TikiFests are planned in the upcoming months, including the Summer 2011 Tiki Tour. See the Tiki Community calendar at http://info.tiki.org/Calendar and the main TikiFest page at http://tiki.org/tikifest for details.

Elsewhere in Europe, Tiki Community members are proud to announce the formation of the German Language Tiki Users Group. One of the first goals of this group will be to use Tiki's interactive translation feature to continue to improve the German version of Tiki. For details on the Tiki internationalization project, see http://i18n.tiki.org. For more information on (or to join) the German Language User Group, see http://tiki.org/GLUG.

TikiFest Berlin Wrap-up

Author: Rick - Published
TikiFest Berlin
The Tiki Community completed its most recent TikiFest (code sprint) in Berlin last week. TikiFest Berlin (co-located with WikiFestBLN Nov 12-14 in Berlin, Germany) provided an opportunity for Tiki developers, end-users, and supporters to meet and plan 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 infrastructure
  • Gentoo build for Tiki distribution
  • WYSIWYG strategy
  • Non-interactive TRIM (Tiki Remote Instance Manager)
  • Multi-level content and Tiki structures, based on perspectives and dynamic groups
  • Registration procedures for parent-child and teacher-student scenarios

TikiFest New York: A Great Success

Author: Rick - Published
TikiFest New York
More than a dozen members of the Tiki Community met in New York City October 3-6 for the last major code sprint before Tiki 6. Many others participated virtually through Tiki's integration with BigBlueButton.


Although much of the event was focused on preparations for the Tiki 6 release, additional work was completed, including:

  • Continued integration with Kaltura video-editing platform
  • Work on the Tiki TV project for collaborative editing
  • Public presentation of Tiki at the Casa Frela Gallery to the local NYC community and online Workshop on Tiki Workspaces
  • Planning for Tiki7
  • Discussion on the future of trackers, spreadsheets and accounting

Tiki Community members also took the opportunity to meet with BigBlueButton and Kaltura team members during the Open Video Conference and participate in the OVC hack labs. Special thanks to the Kaltura Team!

TikiFest New York participants
TikiFest participants at OVC (left to right): Assaf Chaprak (Kaltura), luciash d' being (Tiki), Jonny Bradley (Tiki), Nelson Ko (Tiki), Étienne Lachance (Tiki), Robert Plummer (Tiki), Denis Zgonjanin (BigBlueButton), Kimberly Fink (Tiki), Jane Doe (OVC participant), Lindon Barnfield (Tiki), Philippe Cloutier (Tiki), Zohar Babin (Kaltura), Marc Laporte (Tiki), Jason Levitt (Kaltura). Photo provided by luciash d' being.


The participants also made time for socializing and camaraderie, including the celebration of Tiki's 8th birthday. Complete details of the event, including pictures, are available at http://tiki.org/TikiFestNewYork6.

TikiFest Tampa: Introducing the Florida Tiki Users Group (and beyond!)

Author: Rick - Published
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If you're in the Tampa, Florida area September 24-26, be sure to join us for TikiFest Tampa. This event is organized by the newly created Florida Tiki Users Group.


Planned events include a Tiki Boot Camp for new Tiki admins and discussions of more advanced topics such as Tiki Profiles and Workspaces. In addition to these technical topics, a social dinner event is also planned.

If you're a member of the Tiki Community or simply interested in wikis and content management systems, you're invited to participate. For more information, visit: http://tiki.org/TikiFestTampa.


Beyond Tampa: The Brazil Tiki Users Group
And in South America, the Brazilian community is forming a Tiki Users Group. The Brazilian community has long-been a substantial contributor to the Tiki Community, is planning a TikiFest, and has a dedicated support mailing list in Brazilian Portuguese. For more information, see http://tiki.org/BrazilTikiUserGroup.

TikiFest New York: Countdown to Tiki 6

Author: Rick - Published
TikiFest New York
Members of the Tiki Community, including developers, end-users, advocates, will be meeting in the Big Apple from October 3-6, 2010. This TikiFest will be the last major gathering before the release of Tiki 6.


The TikiFest, a long-standing tradition of the Tiki Community, is a chance for community members (who do not normally meet) to get together, socialize, and further the development of Tiki Wiki CMS Groupware. More than 40 of these "code sprints" have been held throughout the world.

In addition to preparing for the upcoming Tiki 6 release, TikiFest New York will also planning for Tiki 7, celebrating Tiki's 8th birthday, and an open demonstration hosted by Casa Frela Gallery (details below).