You learn about Tiki because of the work of the Communications Team. You had seen powered by Tiki before but this recent article on a news site made you want to explore more.
You visit info.tiki.org and things are clear and interesting thanks to the Branding Team and you decide to try it out. You have a project in mind and the site clearly caters to your needs. The descriptions of the use cases let you know that Tiki is good for your project all while having a lot more possibilities.
Tiki was easy to install on your platform thanks to the Packaging Team
Once it was installed, you had a good impression and wanted to use it thanks to the UX and Themes Team
You have a new idea for a website, so you decide to get a new hosting plan. You use the affiliate link so this provides another donation to the Tiki Association.
The Finance Team makes sure the funds are well tracked and managed.
Since you enjoyed meeting people at the TikiFest and all has been great so far, you decide to join one of the Teams
There is another release, this time to address a vulnerability. The Security Team fixes the issue and the Packaging Team again makes the upgrade painless.
You are increasingly comfortable with Tiki and confident in it as a platform. You contemplate an even bigger web project but if it goes through, you will want additional features. So you check out the list of Consultants (managed by the Consulting Ecosystem Team) to look for a developer to help build the features.
You become an active and long-term contributor to the project and help others have a great experience like you did.