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Tuesday, 01 July 2014 00:00

Joomla! Pride

Last month the world embraced and celebrated Pride Day in hundreds of cities around the world… In May, during JoomlaDay Brazil, I was lucky to attend my first Pride Parade in Sao Paulo, one of the largest in the world, with more than a million people marching, dancing and celebrating the diversity and pride of who they are.
Published in 2014 July
Tuesday, 01 July 2014 00:00

Report from JoomlaDay Moscow 2014

I’m honored to have been part of the first JoomlaDay in Russia ever last Friday. I met a vibrant community with a broad and deep knowledge of Joomla. It also has a great passion to grow the community even more. It was my first trip to a JoomlaDay event since I was elected president of Open Source Matters, and also the first time I delivered a keynote session with live translation. My session was called “You, Me and the Joomla Community” where I told my volunteer story. A big thank you to Anastasia Gabidullina, who translated my session.
Published in 2014 July
Tuesday, 01 July 2014 00:00

Time to get to WORK!

When I landed at Frankfurt airport, I was not sure what to expect. That was a first time in many levels for me: my first time in Europe, my first time in Germany (which I longed to visit for decades) and my first time at a J and Beyond.
Published in 2014 July
I would like to share my first J and Beyond event experience with you, the Joomla! community.
Published in 2014 July
Building on the great success of the collaborative approach at CMS Africa, Ben van t'Ende – Community Manager at Typo3 – set about organising a European Community Leadership Summit to bring together community leaders and managers from all kinds of projects around Europe to share knowledge, ideas and inspiration.
Published in 2014 June
Thursday, 01 May 2014 00:00

Welcome Sarah Watz, New OSM President

On April 8, Open Source Matters, Inc. elected its new president, Sarah Watz. Sarah had served on the board for two years, leading the Certification program effort before taking on this new role.
Published in 2014 May
Thursday, 01 May 2014 00:00

Tracking the Trends of Joomla

A couple of days ago I came across yet another article announcing the decline of Joomla and the ascension of WordPress. As an admirer of the author's past work and presentations, at first I expected this would be some kind of fun article. I was astonished to read a serious article, where WordPress, Wix, Orkut, Facebook, journalists, and digital media agencies were cited as an anticipation of Joomla's demise.
Published in 2014 May
Tuesday, 01 April 2014 00:00

Case Study - CrimeSuspect.Net

How does one build a website for crowd-sourcing citizens and law enforcement agencies to better fight crime? With Joomla! of course! “You can’t outrun the click of a mouse…”
Published in 2014 April
Saturday, 01 February 2014 00:00

Interview with Chad Windnagle

One of the most exciting areas of involvement for Joomla has been the participation of young Joomla programmers in Google Summer of Code. Their work has helped to make the software better, and has contributed to numerous articles in this magazine detailing their projects. Chad Windnagle has been coordinating this effort for the past couple of years, and he kindly took the time to sit down for an interview...
Published in 2014 February
Saturday, 01 February 2014 00:00

Women in Joomla!

The last two weeks were very interesting for me. I've gotten involved in the Joomla! Marketing team, and as my first assignment, I got to know a few very inspiring women who are part of the Joomla! Leadership.      
Published in 2014 February

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