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TikiWiki CMS/Groupware 2.0 Release Candidate 2

Author: Marc Laporte - Published

It is with great pleasure that the TikiWiki community publishes the second release candidate for TikiWiki 2.0

Tiki 2.0 was formally known as Tiki 1.10, however, with all the amazing new features & enhancements, it deserves to be called 2.0 :-) This is the next generation of TikiWiki. Special thanks to the countless people that made this release possible. Over 2 years of work and thousands of code commits!

Beta testing of Tiki 1.10 now underway

Author: koth - Published

The next major version of TikiWiki CMS/Groupware is now undergoing beta testing in preparation for release. The current version being tested is Beta 1. If you want to help with beta testing, check out Branch110Beta for more information, or read what's new in Tikiwiki 1.10. Thanks to all who helped to test, debug, document, and package in the days prior to the beta release and thanks in advance to all doing further testing and documentation. This is a real community wide effort.

TikiWiki CMS/Groupware 1.9.10.1 - Security & bugfix release

Author: Marc Laporte - Published

Tiki 1.9.10.1 (a quickfix of never released 1.9.10) was released on 2008-02-23.

Compared to 1.9.9, this release contains 78 code commits by franck, lphuberdeau, luciash, marclaporte, mose, nkoth and sylvieg from 2007-12-22 to 2008-02-23.

Security Fix Tiki 1.9.9 Released

Author: koth - Published

For some days we have been working on fixing security flaws reported by third party analysts. As always in such case, release is quickly prepared and holes filled.

As this upgrade fixes various security holes, you are strongly advised to upgrade any 1.9.x tiki (or earlier) that you have at hand, and call your friends to spread the word.

1.9.9 also introduces a new feature to alert admin of available new releases upstream.

Tiki 1.9.8 -sirius- released

Author: Oliver Hertel (from www.tw.o) - Published

Finally we released TikiWiki 1.9.8 with more than 1000 CVS commits.

The release contains security fixes, so update from previous versions is strongly recommended.

You can download the files here: Sourceforge.