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The Joomla Vulnerable Extension List, is a public list published by Joomla.org of reported plugins, extensions, modules and/or templates from 3rd party developers that have known or resolved security issues with them.
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A few weeks ago I took over as team lead for the Joomla! Bug Squad (JBS). There hasn’t been much news about this change until now. First and foremost I want to thank Nick Savov for leading the JBS the last couple of years. A big round of applause please. The last couple of weeks I needed to gather my thoughts and draw up some rough guidelines as to what I see in the future of the JBS. These guidelines have now been written down in what I have dubbed the JBS manifesto. The goal is to help me stay focused on guiding the JBS.
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...
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.
We want to send a big thank you to Open Source Matters and the entire Joomla Community for allowing us to be the official host of demo program for the past four and a half years. We were fortunate to serve the community in this capacity for so long and we look forward to making a lot of great contributions to the project for years to come.