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Everyone has their own story behind '10 years of Joomla'. Most of us haven't witnessed the entire decade, or followed every area of the Joomla ecosystem, ranging from development, leadership, community, extensions, templates, frameworks, documentation, events ... but there's one common topic you'll find every Joomler agrees on: our community has some great people in it. So I thought I would write something up about some of the remarkable people I met. There will be no names, because in reality, many Joomlers fit each of these descriptions -- feel free to think of your favorite person while reading. For me, it's a small way of saying thanks for making Joomla possible.
No dia 6 de setembro de 2015, representantes das JUGs brasileiras (Joomla User Groups) e seus convidados encontraram-se no Hotel Comfort Inn Taguatinga (Brasília/DF) para discutir os rumos da comunidade brasileira. Estavam presentes representantes das JUGs Calango, Paraná, Rio, São Paulo, Tchê e Tocantins e os líderes internacionais Javier Gomez, Jorge López-Bachiller e Roland Dalmulder.
A comunidade Joomla! do Brasil, usuários e interessados no CMS e em software livre em geral encontraram-se em setembro na capital brasileira, Brasília, para celebrar os 10 anos de Joomla! O evento contou com a presença de participantes de 12 estados brasileiros mais convidados internacionais vindos da Argentina, Espanha, Guatemala, Grécia, Holanda e Índia. Foram mais de 500 participantes em quatro dias intensos que tiveram encontros voltados ao Governo (J!Gov), capacitação nos turnos da manhã, tarde e noite e mais um Encontro Nacional das JUGs brasileiras.
Nous avons vu le mois dernier, les points essentiels à vérifier avant de démarrer la création de votre site web avec Joomla. Depuis, vous avez consacré des heures, des jours et des semaines de travail studieux pour mener à bien votre projet. C’est le moment tant attendu de la mise en ligne. Mais avant cela, il est peut être utile de vérifier certains points pour être absolument certain que tout votre travail ne soit pas réduit à néant lors de la mise en production.
4 mistakes relating to customer experience: ok, if you have been following along with this article series, you now know (a) why you need a membership site, (b) several different ways to set them up, and (c) some real-world case studies on how other people are using their membership site. Hopefully, you have taken my suggestions and have created (or are creating) a membership site for your ‘herd’ of followers. If you have, I’d love to hear about your experiences. In this fourth article in our membership series, we’ll dig deeper and begin discussing common critical mistakes to avoid.
The Joomla! Community in Brazil, Joomla! users and people interested in Open Source Software got together in September in Brazil's Capital Brasília to celebrate the Joomla! 10th anniversary and learn more about the CMS. Attendees came from 12 different Brazilian states and we had international guests from Argentina, Guatemala, Greece, India, Netherlands and Spain. More than 500 people were involved in 18 lectures and 7 workshops that happened from 9:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m. - besides meetings with Brazilian government departments and a national meeting of Joomla User Groups (JUGs).
On the 23rd of September 2005, the Certificate of Incorporation of Open Source Matters, Inc. was filed with the State of NY, in the USA. This created the legal entity that could protect the Joomla assets, and manage the Joomla Project’s trademarks, licences and finances.
A fitting milestone for the Joomla project as it turns 10 is the process of implementing its new structure for governance. All of the effort that has gone into proposing and defining that process aims to take Joomla into the next decade and beyond by enabling great coding to continue, teams to be run more efficiently and have more impact, and the fundamental project value of community volunteerism to be upheld.
Hard to believe it was only 10 years ago when Joomla was first introduced to the community. Back then, ( am I really saying " back then" for only 10 years? ) Joomla 1.0 was just introduced and I was enchanted by the power of the open source community and under the hood looking at code, scouring the forums, trying to make sense of it all. For me and my fledgling consulting business my customers loved my technical prowess with HTML but hated calling for every little change they wanted to make. It just didn't seem right they couldn't update their site by themselves and I agreed totally but had no answer for them until Joomla!.
It's that time of the year again, where you have to take a stand for the CMS you love. Joomla won the People’s choice award for ‘Best Open Source PHP CMS’ last year. So show your love for Joomla and nominate Joomla! in the categories that you think Joomla fits best.
Voilà, c'est décidé, vous avez choisi d'installer Joomla! pour créer votre site Web. Félicitations ! Grâce à la documentation officielle, vous avez pris soin de vérifier que le serveur sur lequel vous allez travailler répondait aux pré-requis techniques. Puis, vous avez suivi avec attention les différentes étapes qui permettent d'installer Joomla! en quelques clics. Tout s'est très bien déroulé et vous découvrez maintenant le panneau d'administration de votre tout nouveau site Joomla!
One of the largest Open Source and non-commercial events of the year in Kuala Lumpur is JoomlaDay Malaysia 2015. It attracted more than 245 participants from all over the country. I had the pleasure of organizing the event for the first time after a long break of 3 years and I can happily report that the event was again an effective means of bringing the Joomla community together to share knowledge and best practices, as well as to network with key Joomla developers.
Joomla 3.4.4 is scheduled for release on Monday 7th September and a release candidate is available for testing. Each time there is a new release, whether its a bug fix release or a new feature release, you will always find people asking "have they fixed this yet?" or complaining that "this bug that has been there for years" has still not been fixed.
This year Joomla has its 10th anniversary. So, on to the next 10 years... What will Joomla look like, 10 years from now, in 2025? A couple of current trends might change the way we work with, and how we look at, websites in the future. The main change regarding websites (and thus Joomla) is that there will be a shift in sharing information via HTML web pages to linked structured data exchange via (web) applications.