The source code of each of the software components is available on their respective sites. For statistics on the source code (and other useful information), please see : Black Duck Open Hub. If you want to use WikiSuite (versus auditing and/or contributing to the source code), please see: How to install WikiSuite
WikiSuite's policy is to work closely with each upstream project to add / improve features there. See also: "Upstream First"
Some quick links to the various repositories:
Main repositories of each software component
- https://gitlab.com/tikiwiki/tiki which includes over 150 dependencies, notably:
Other code which has been upstreamed
- The WikiSuite project has helped several upstream projects to move to Bootstrap (good for the project, and makes it easier for WikiSuite to have a consistent look and feel)
- jQuery Gantt editor - major update, which will be added to Tiki 19
- CandyJS was converted to Bootstrap in version 2.2 although we have since switched to ConverseJS.
- Many others...
XMPP and WebRTC related
- Tiki-Openfire plugin (the corresponding part in Tiki has been added to the main code base, as it is done in Tiki to avoid plugin problems
- The WikiSuite project is behind the revamp of ofmeet to use the latest version of Jitsi Meet and the jitsi-videobridge-openfire-plugin revamp. Please see: https://github.com/igniterealtime/ofmeet-openfire-plugin
- The WikiSuite project has participated to enhancements to the ConverseJS project
- Openfire's certificatemanager.jar was created to get automatic updates from Let's Encrypt.
Other code planned
- Several, including
Converting https://conversejs.org to Bootstrap 4Done, will be released in Converse 4.0
- etc. See To do