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TikiPro CLYDE Alpha 3 released!!!

TikiPro 3.0 -CLYDE- has released it's third alpha. The build has made massive improvements in stability, as well as a thorough overhaul of the installer (kudos xing!). The Users and Wiki packages has seen significant improvements and fixes so all features should now work.

Hopefully no more schema changes are expected for CLYDE. At this point, the team is focused exclusively on stability and fixing the features we already have. More TikiWiki packages will be brought up to clyde standards for Beta 1. Articles and an image gallery (FishEye? Gallery2 embed? both?) are the big contenders at the moment. Speak up if you have any preferences!... read more

Posted by Christian Fowler 2004-12-03

TikiPro Bonnie RC3 Available

TikiPro has released its third (and hopefully last before we go final) Bonnie release candidate for testing.

Download here: http://sourceforge.net/project/showfiles.php?group_id=101599

To see where TikiPro is headed and see how you can contribute, stop by http://www.tikipro.org.

Posted by Stephan Borg 2004-09-19

First Releases of TikiPro Availible

TikiPro, the newly spawned sister project to the popular Tiki CMS, has made its first release, code name Al, avalible. This 1st release adds database prefixing to allow multiple installs of TikiPro to share a common database without intermingling data between installs.
The next release of TikiPro, code name Bonnie, will reorganize the directory structure and lay the foundation for a truly modular, enterprise class web site engine.
To see where TikiPro is headed and see how you can contribute, stop by http://www.tikipro.org or visit us on Freenode IRC in #tikipro.

Posted by Brian Todoroff 2004-04-05

First TikiPro Release Candidate Available

TikiPro, the newly spawned sister project to the popular Tiki CMS, has released its first release candidate for testing. This 1st release adds database prefixing to allow multiple installs of TikiPro to share a common database without intermingling data between installs.
The next release of TikiPro will reorganize the directory structure and lay the foundation for a truly modular, enterprise class web site engine.
To see where TikiPro is headed and see how you can contribute, stop by http://www.tikipro.org.

Posted by Brian Todoroff 2004-02-16