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I met J! in the summer of 2005, and the most important reason it has been in my life ever since is its community.

I founded and organized the Greek community, with our first project being localization and translation into Greek, a project that was particularly difficult before version 1.5.

I am a Joomla Evangelist, I have participated in many events in Greece talking about J! and open source, I have written dozens of articles in Greek promoting J! and I am one of the Greek community website administrators.

In my professional life, I run a small web agency in Athens that provides consulting and support services for Joomla.

Getting extensions ready for Joomla 4 - Nicholas Dionysopoulos

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Joomla 4 Beta was launched at the end of May, starting a period of testing, especially by extension developers, who in general will begin to adapt their products to this new major version.

On this occasion, we talked to Nicholas Dionysopoulos to get his impressions on getting extensions ready for Joomla 4.

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Meet a Joomler: Richard Fath

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His professional activity is not related to Joomla. Richard discovered Joomla! trying to create his own personal website, and he was fascinated: “A CMS for free, open source, driven by volunteers, and everybody who wants can contribute, suggest and provide improvements and help with fixing bugs.” 

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Meet a Joomler: Carlos Cámara

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The first time abroad on his own was when we visited a JoomlaDay in England. Joomla rerouted all his life, he loves J! and its community has been actively involved since 1.5, and uses Joomla for all it can be used.

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