The October Issue
The JCM Team is proud to publish the October Issue of the Joomla Community Magazine.
Featured this month an article kicking off the brand new partnership with Google, within their Open Source CMS Fund Program and introducing the work done on the Lazy-Loading for Joomla 4.
Anja de Crom is the top author of the month with four articles this month. Several topics treated: from an interview to Marianela Queme, just elected as Marketing & Communications Department Coordinator, to an invitation to join the "Joomla Overrides Challenge", from a list of resources full of video tutorials about Joomla, to the "Progress review" after the Forum for the Future.
Accessibility has two voices this month: the Joomla Accessibility Team introduced the accessibility testing and Brian Teeman brought the importance of accessibility while using images on our websites.
John Rampton highlighted how the speed of a website can impact sales with some tips to improve the performances.
Donata Kalnenaite continued the Privacy series, focussing on the "Privacy by Design" principle, recommended by the GDPR.
SD Williams shared a report of the JoomlaDay Chicago held on October 17 and Patrick Jackson reported the activity of the global Pizza Bugs and Fun 2020 held on the same day.
Alessandro Lumaca instead explained how testing can improve the quality of Joomla as a software.
To complete this issue Jaz Parkyn provided the "Community Openings", highlighting some of the open roles throughout the project.
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.
Contributed to this issue:
Andrea Gentil (Editor), Anja de Crom (Staff Writer), Sandra Decoux (Creative Director), John Rampton (Author), Carlos Càmara (Author), SD Williams (Author), Donata Kalnenaite (Author), Jaz Parkyn (Author), Alessandro Lumaca (Author), Brian Teeman (Author), Ben Morss (Author).
Call for Authors
The Joomla Community Magazine is looking for authors on the following topics:
- Tutorial: Joomla's L10N Heart
- Joomla 4 Features
- How do Agencies get into trouble on Projects
- Developing a Joomla 4 Template
- Joomla 4: A powerful CLI application
- Joomla 4 - Customize your site communications: the Email Templates
- Joomla 4: The new publishing workflows
- Joomla for Developers (Framework)
- Create an unlimited design with Joomla
- Get great out of the box SEO with Joomla!
- Building Mobile Apps with Joomla as the backend.
Feel free to submit your articles to the JCM team.