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Monday, 01 June 2015 00:00

Leadership Highlights June 2015

Many of you are or will be returning from a great event in Prague, where besides meeting other community members, a lot of knowledge was shared.
Published in 2015 June
The Joomla Community Magazine teams are mourning the loss of our dear contributor, Manuel Rubio, who suffered a fatal fall last month. Manuel gave freely and selflessly of his time, his talent and his energy. Our hearts are broken. We will never forget him.
Published in 2015 June
This is an important notice on the safety and updating our Joomla 2.5 sites. This text is dedicated to Manuel Rubio, a big enthusiast and contributor to Joomla, who died last May 15. I will always be grateful for the long conversations with him that gave me a broad view of what it means to work for the community, and that was reflected in my support, commitment and work towards the Mexico City JUG community. Rest in peace.
Published in 2015 June
There is an estimated 53 million people who work from home in the US. Most of them are billing clients and living their lives. I like you have been one of those people for the past 10 years. In a perfect world, we would send off an invoice, receive prompt payment, and then all get on with our lives. It would be a wonderful life. Unfortunately, this isn't the reality for many SME's.
Published in 2015 June
With so much information coming from the various Joomla teams, it can be hard to stay on top of all the latest awesomeness. To make your lives a little easier, the Joomla Magazine Team and the Joomla Extension Directory Team are working together to share more information via existing channels.
Published in 2015 June
How does a new feature end up in Joomla? This is a story about how a new feature is developed and how it might get into a next version of Joomla. From conception, to development, to community feedback & help, to testing, and (hopefully) to adding it to the core code. The story you are about to hear is true; only the names have not been changed to credit the people who helped me out.
Published in 2015 June
Monday, 01 June 2015 00:00

Bug Squash and Doctor Joomla in Nice

Just a weekend at the French Riviera, not for the sun and beach but for the 9th Joomla Day France on the 9th and 10th of May. This was going to be my first Joomla Day in a language I do not understand. Despite that I was scheduled to give a presentation, run the Bug Squash session and play Doctor Joomla.
Published in 2015 June
Friday, 01 May 2015 00:00

Leadership Highlights May 2015

It’s been awhile since the last leadership update was published in the Joomla Community Magazine. But that certainly doesn’t mean nothing is happening in leadership... on the contrary.
Published in 2015 May
Friday, 01 May 2015 00:00

To All Our Joomla! Volunteers

May 1st is a holiday in many countries: labor day for some, and a flowery celebration of spring for others. In some places the date is marked by a big bonfire. Traditions are as numerous and varied as our global Joomla community is diverse. It seems like an auspicious date to reflect on the hard work that goes into the Joomla project in order for it to be productive, relevant, and grow.
Published in 2015 May
Thursday, 30 April 2015 21:00

Joomla! Is the Perfect Solution

I hope this article can help both you and me. I have been working with Joomla! for some time now, and I've improved my knowledge of it since version 2.5.5. As time went by, I got a job and then went back to college. Joomla! is the best CMS in my opinion, and thanks to it I have already created two personal projects.
Published in 2015 May
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