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Marijke Stuivenberg

Marijke Stuivenberg

Marijke Stuivenberg got involved in the Joomla Community since 2007. Starting with translating Joomla in Dutch and helping in the Bug Squad. She is also participating in the Joomla Translation Coordination Team en helps testing security issues in JSST.

As one of the co-founders of JoomlaCommunity.eu she is very active in the Dutch Community on many areas. She is the leader of the Dutch Translation Team which maintains the Dutch Translations for Joomla and many 3rth party extensions.

Currently she is filling the role of Secretary of Stichting Sympathy, the Dutch foundation that supports Joomla in the Netherlands and Secretary of the board of OpenSourceMatters.

Marijke is a musician by profession, in daily life she teaches young and old(er) how to play the Saxophone.

Wednesday, 01 October 2014 00:00

A Thank You to CloudAccess.net

About 5 years ago Open Source Matters decided to start a demo program and put out a call for an RFP to hosting companies. For almost four and half years Cloud Access has hosted this service for the Joomla project. It is something that now comes to an end. OSM and the Joomla Community want to express their gratefulness to the team of Cloud Access and say...
Wednesday, 01 October 2014 00:00

Leadership Highlights October 2014

Work in Progress - Though the sign might be annoying from time to time when you see it, at least you know it’s there with the ultimate goal to get something improved. And as much as we wish to get things right from the start on, we all know that help is needed to finally achieve that perfect goal.
Monday, 01 September 2014 00:00

Leadership Highlights September 2014

September - while the leaves have not left the tree yet, the change of color that provides an astonishing picture is also the sign that change is ahead. Only two months before a huge part of our community meets at the Joomla World Conference (JWC) in Cancun, Mexico. Only four months for Joomla 2.5 to become end of life.
Friday, 01 August 2014 00:00

Leadership Highlights August 2014

Growth, improving, expanding! Is the status of the Joomla! project meeting its demands? Where do we want to go and why? What will Joomla look like in 10 years? And where will we be on an international level?
Friday, 01 August 2014 00:00

Pizza, Bugs and Fun in The Netherlands

It’s 6:00 a.m., my alarm tells me to wake up. Not a normal time for me at all to wake up and travel to the other side of the country. But that’s just a small sacrifice for a full day of fun with a lot of people, while contributing to the project and then finishing the day with a nice pizza.
Sunday, 01 June 2014 00:00

Leadership Highlights June 2014

For an online community and project, meeting the people you work with face-to-face is the best way to give your project and community a huge boost. Coming home from JandBeyond 2014 and feeling energized to move forward is what all leadership team members present at the event felt after the three days of joint meetings and trainings that took place in the days before the event.
Thursday, 01 May 2014 00:00

Leadership Highlights May 2014

May is the month when we see our seeds planted in earlier days come to flower. It looks like this is not only happening in nature, but also in our project. A shiny new version just released, a shiny new board of Open Source Matters, eager to turn the page to a new exciting chapter for the Joomla! project.
Tuesday, 01 April 2014 00:00

Leadership Highlights April 2014

With so many fantastic events organized in the month of March, chances are that you packed, unpacked and repacked your suitcase and have been traveling to meet your Joomla! friends all over the world.
Saturday, 01 March 2014 00:00

Leadership Highlights March 2014

If there is one thing we never have to worry about, it is the vibrancy of our Joomla! community, and how involved our community members are, on topics of all kinds, and even better, all over the entire world!
Friday, 28 February 2014 20:00

Joomla! CMS, Joomla! Framework, en Licenties

Het waren drukke dagen de afgelopen tijd binnen onze community zoals je die voorheen niet veel zag. Twitter draaide overuren door de feedback vergezeld van de Joomla! hashtag, en dat is mooi. Het is goed om de community actief betrokken te zien, zelfs over onderwerpen die gepassioneerde discussies veroorzaken. We zijn allemaal leden van dezelfde community.
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