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A Thank You to CloudAccess.net

Written by | Wednesday, 01 October 2014 00:00 | Published in 2014 October
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...

Thank you for taking this challenge up on your team,
Thank you for investing in your equipment to meet the technical aspects needed,
Thank you for investing in your engineering and support team,
Thank you for keeping on top of every new version,
Thank you for nurturing the demo users,
Thank you for teaching Joomla to new users,
Thank you for supporting all the demo users,
Thank you for helping us grow the Joomla! community,
Thank you for all the webinars, videos and provided trainings,
Thank you for sharing your teaching materials,
Thank you for supporting the project financially in many ways.

But most of all, Thank You Cloud Access for your fabulous collaboration on the service all those four and half years. Your team made the demo program truly successful for the Joomla project and we are proud and grateful that we had the opportunity to start this program with your team.

Although the contract has now come to an end, we are confident that the relationship with Cloud Access will be continued. Already good contacts are established and we are looking forward working with Cloud Access on many occasions within the Joomla project.

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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.