Tiki is the FLOSS Web Application with the most built-in features. And for features which are beyond the scope of a PHP/MySQL application, please see: WikiSuite (Integrated Web and desktop suite).
A: Excellent - B: Very Good - C: Good - D: Adequate - E: Further development needed
Subjective self-evaluation by the Tiki community
These are features that can apply to multiple content areas.
These are features that you can use in all text content areas, such as wiki pages, blogs, articles, and forum.
Advanced features for programmers
Features via Profiles
In Tiki terminology, a "profile" is a set of site configuration preferences and website item creation instructions that are applied as a group. The website profiles.tiki.org is the main repository for these.
For more information, please visit Profiles.tiki.org .
About Tiki Features
Because Tiki offers such a large number of features "out-of-the-box", it can be overwhelming, even to an experienced user or administrator. Tiki has all the classic CMS and portal features of other applications, but also includes features not available anywhere else. Tiki is highly configurable and modular; all features are optional and can be administered through Tiki's browser-based interface.
What makes Tiki different? Its tight integration of all the features.
The whole Tiki Wiki CMS Groupware is a very active project. On average, there is a commit to the code (such as a bug fix or a new feature) every 2 hours. Over 200 people have contributed to the source code. With such a large number of contributors, the features continue to evolve and get better. Because Tiki is a FLOSS project, you can participate and help make it better!
Using this evaluation
This self-evaluation of features will help you know what to expect after installing Tiki. Many features are widely used and quite stable. Others are new and experimental. While others are no longer maintained and may have limited functionality. For beginners, we recommend using features that have been rated as A or B; they are the most stable. The features and ratings are based on the latest stable version of Tiki.
Updating this evaluation
To update and improve this self-evaluation, please login, then click the name of the feature. You can then complete any of the missing information or change items that you feel are incorrect. For example, if you think a feature deserves a B rating instead of a D, you can change it. You can also add comments about the features.
This page may not list all features. For example, many plugins are missing from this self-evaluation.
Standards, and interaction with other services & application
Please see: Interoperability for dozens of examples
Community organization and priorities
Please see: SWOT