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This page is to document "what Tiki should do". For feature documentation (what Tiki does), please see corresponding page on doc site

Development

This is the place where Tiki Users meet Tiki Developers. Users can :

...or even Become a Developer. Developers can:

  • Respond to the reports made via the Tracker
  • Change status of the tracker items
  • Discuss ideas and plan new features

If you are a first time user then you are strongly advised to read How to Submit a new item on the Wishlist before submitting a bug or feature request. The information on that page will help you to understand what the different fields mean and what to include in your submission.


What do you want to do?

Report Bugs, Make Wishes

  1. Read how to do it

  2. Report Bugs or Request Enhancements

Look Around

  1. Browse the list of submitted bugs & suggested features.

  2. Search reported items

Become a Developer

The development of Tiki Wiki CMS Groupware is done in a collaborative fashion by a friendly community of several hundred contributors. If you are new to open source projects or just new to Tiki, please start with TikiDevNewbie.

Tiki bugs and wishlist Image

This is also an opportunity to DogFood our tracker feature which is used for the bugs.

Tiki strives to become a powerful Open Source Wiki / Content Management System / Groupware / etc. Most community members are using Tiki for purposes other than open source software development. We therefore want to have a powerful tracker system for whatever you need (tasks bugs, inventory, whatever!). Experience has shown us that the best way to develop robust software is when developers eat their own DogFood.