Tiki 6.8 LTS and 9.2 LTS are now Available

Submitted By Tiki Wiki CMS Groupware October 25, 2012
Tiki 9.2 and 6.8

The Tiki Software Community Association is proud to announce the immediate availability of the latest releases of the Tiki Wiki CMS Groupware Long Term Support (LTS) versions: Tiki 6.8 LTS and 9.2 LTS.

The 9.2 update includes more than 500 code changes, focusing on fixes and improvements such as:

  • Introduction of the Tiki Server Check, allowing users to test their server environment.
  • Automatic generation of site maps
  • Customized formatting for menu labels through wiki syntax and plugins
  • Improvements to the user registration process
  • Security fixes

See the Tiki Release Notes for complete information. The 6.8 update includes the security patch only.

The Tiki 9.x series is a Long Term Support (LTS) version, and will be supported until November 2015 (or upon the release of Tiki 16). Tiki admins are highly encouraged to upgrade to this latest version as the 8.x series is now end-of-life (EOL) and is no longer supported. The Tiki 6.x series remains LTS through 2014. Refer to the Tiki Version Lifecycle for details.

Meanwhile, the Tiki Community continues to work on the next generation of Tiki Wiki CMS Groupware: Tiki 10, which will be available later this year.

To download Tiki 9.2 LTS, 6.8 LTS, or any Tiki release, visit the Tiki download page at http://tiki.org/Download.

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