The February Issue
The JCM Team is proud to present you the February Issue of the Joomla! Community Magazine.
This month’s edition features:
- An article about Matomo, as replacement for Google Analytics, by Philip Walton
- An article about Popular Articles module as part of the Explore the Core series, by Joannes Dürscheid
- The 4th episode of the series on how to create a business website for free with Joomla, by Daniel Dubois
- An introduction to Template frameworks by Serge Billon
- A presentation of the Joomla Capital Team and its importance for the project by Anja de Crom
- An interview to the Joomla Framework working group, as part of the Meet a Team series, by Hans van der Meer
- An article explaining who to blame for bugs in Joomla, by Philip Walton
- A collection of useful resources for Joomla 4, by Marc Dechèvre
- An article explaining Open Graph images by Brian Teeman
- A collection of open volunteers positions in the Joomla project, put together by Anja de Crom
- An invitation to the next in-person and virtual Joomla events by Laura Gordon
- An interview to Tom van der Laan, as part of the Meet a Joomler series, by Hans van der Meer
- An article on how to participate in the Fediverse through a Joomla website, by Astrid Günther.
This release wouldn't have been possible without the work of the Community Magazine Team, all the authors and all the people who allowed us to interview them.
Thanks to all those who participated.
The Call for Authors for the Community Magazine is always open, we are eager to receive your articles.
If you want to write for the Magazine, regularly or just once, drop us a line at
Contributed to this issue:
Luca Marzo (Co-Editor), Anja de Crom (Co-Editor), Sandra Decoux (Creative Director), Louise Hawkings (Images), Philip Walton (Author), Hans van der Meer (Author), Daniel Dubois (Author), Marc Dechèvre (Author), Brian Teeman (Author), Astrid Günter (Author), Laura Gordon (Author), Serge Billon (Author), Joannes Dürscheid (Author).
We want to thank also all the developers, leaders and volunteers who dedicated their time to answer our interviews.
Thanks for all of these. Can you add links on all of the articles. it could make the reading very easier ;-)