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Buddypress vs. Tiki Wiki CMS Groupware

  • Avatar of J.H. Snider
    J.H. Snider
    Member

    @jhsnider

    Tiki Wiki CMS Groupware Links:
    Home Page: http://info.tikiwiki.org/tiki-index.php
    Do-it-yourself Demo: http://info.tikiwiki.org/Get+Tiki#Tiki_Demo:_Try_Before_You_Install

    Note: version 5, a big improvement over version 4, was released on June 8, 2010.

    Tiki Wiki CMS Groupware Pros:
    Open Source
    Feature rich core, including polls, wikis, and lots more
    No outdated plugins or worries about the long-term commitment of plugin developers

    Tiki Wiki CMS Groupware Cons:
    No significant plugin community; if it’s not part of the core, it doesn’t exist
    Fewer theme options and custom layouts
    Weak U.S. presence (stronger in Europe)
    Weak support (e.g., no WordPress or Buddypress for Dummies)

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  • Avatar of @modemlooper
    @modemlooper
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    @modemlooper

    Dont really see what the point of all these forums you’ve created. This site is for BuddyPress.

    Also your ill informed. @LisaSabinWilson has written the BuddyPress for dummies book.

    You can use BuddyPress with any WordPress theme with a little adjustment.

    Avatar of J.H. Snider
    J.H. Snider
    Member

    @jhsnider

    You apparently misread the review. By weak support, I meant that Tiki Wiki did not have the same quality of support as WordPress and Buddypress. I thought that was clear from the context (and, by the way, I’m a great fan of @LisaSabinWilson‘s books, which is why I mentioned their titles). In any case, I welcome any additional insights into the relative strengths of Buddypress and its peers.

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