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Le 3 février 2015 marquera le 17ème anniversaire d’Open Source Initiative (OSI).
Feb 2015
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February, 3rd, 2015 marks the 17th anniversary of the Open Source Initiative (OSI).
Feb 2015
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I love organizing events... I'm a member the Joomla Events Team and the Joomla World Conference Team. My favorite event is, of course, JoomlaDay Boston which is happening on March 14th and 15th!
Feb 2015
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Last October, Sarah Watz and I represented Joomla at the Grace Hopper Celebration of Women in Computing at Phoenix, Arizona.  A few booths down from our position was Duke University, which was launching a Kickstarter campaign to create a card deck and poster showcasing notable women in computing throughout the ages, it was fully funded within days, eventually closing at $15,010, 500% of its target. The card decks were also sent out to over 500 educators from around the world - people backing the project could opt for a 'get one, give one' option which sent a pack to an educator in additon to them receiving their own pack - and the project has continued to grow, now including daughter projects featuring upcoming leaders in the Middle East & Africa.
Feb 2015
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One of the hidden gems which appeared with the 1.6 version of Joomla is the Redirect Manager - a simple system which allows you to identify and fix broken links. Before the Redirect Manager was introduced, the only way to find and fix broken URLs was to use a third party extension, an SEO scraper such as Screaming Frog, or looking in your server logs. Now it's possible to identify and manage broken links within the administrator panel of your Joomla website.
Feb 2015
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There are times when the project of a site calls for the introduction of texts to be visible by general audiences, but if the visitor wants to see the full article, s/he must log in to the system. The full content is blocked and only after the visitor creates or is granted an access account will s/he be able enjoy the full content of the article.
Jan 2015
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On January 6th, I saw an interesting post on the Joomla Facebook group from Alex de Borba that began, "Let's start something different, shall we?". Alex was offering his help for anyone who had a question about Joomla. I read through the comments and was extremely impressed with his courteous, helpful and well-written replies. I asked him to get in touch with me if he would be interested in writing for the JCM. He did. Here is the interview I had with Alex, a bit long, but very informative. I look forward to his future articles.
Feb 2015
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Le début d'une nouvelle année est l'occasion de regarder en arrière sur l'année passée, puis de regarder le futur. Qu'est-ce que 2014 a apporté pour le projet Joomla! ? Et qu'est-ce que 2015 nous réserve ?
Feb 2015
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The Joomla Resources Directory (JRD) team has been hard at work and we've got some milestones, announcements and other important pieces of information to share with the entire community. Feel free to register for our newsletter on our homepage or read our blog to get frequent JRD updates. The JRD is the place to find approved professional service providers quickly so you can get the most out of your Joomla CMS.
Feb 2015
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Joomla Events abound in February and March with meetings scheduled in Europe, Africa, South America and North America. Joomla! User Group (JUG) meetings and JoomlaDays are intended for everyone from casual users to core developers. Visit the Joomla! Events site to browse all events, submit an event or learn how to organize your own event.
Feb 2015
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