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Many of you are or will be returning from a great event in Prague, where besides meeting other community members, a lot of knowledge was shared.
Jun 2015
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The Joomla Community Magazine teams are mourning the loss of our dear contributor, Manuel Rubio, who suffered a fatal fall last month. Manuel gave freely and selflessly of his time, his talent and his energy. Our hearts are broken. We will never forget him.
Jun 2015
This is an important notice on the safety and updating our Joomla 2.5 sites. This text is dedicated to Manuel Rubio, a big enthusiast and contributor to Joomla, who died last May 15. I will always be grateful for the long conversations with him that gave me a broad view of what it means to work for the community, and that was reflected in my support, commitment and work towards the Mexico City JUG community. Rest in peace.
May 2015
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There is an estimated 53 million people who work from home in the US. Most of them are billing clients and living their lives. I like you have been one of those people for the past 10 years. In a perfect world, we would send off an invoice, receive prompt payment, and then all get on with our lives. It would be a wonderful life. Unfortunately, this isn't the reality for many SME's.
Jun 2015
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With so much information coming from the various Joomla teams, it can be hard to stay on top of all the latest awesomeness. To make your lives a little easier, the Joomla Magazine Team and the Joomla Extension Directory Team are working together to share more information via existing channels.
Jun 2015
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How does a new feature end up in Joomla? This is a story about how a new feature is developed and how it might get into a next version of Joomla. From conception, to development, to community feedback & help, to testing, and (hopefully) to adding it to the core code. The story you are about to hear is true; only the names have not been changed to credit the people who helped me out.
Jun 2015
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Just a weekend at the French Riviera, not for the sun and beach but for the 9th Joomla Day France on the 9th and 10th of May. This was going to be my first Joomla Day in a language I do not understand. Despite that I was scheduled to give a presentation, run the Bug Squash session and play Doctor Joomla.
Jun 2015
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Un petit brin de nostalgie au moment où j'écris ces lignes car l'événement est maintenant passé et une fois de plus ce fut une vraie parenthèse de bonheur partagé que nous avons vécu pendant trois jours. Même si, comme beaucoup d'entre vous, je participe à d'autres manifestations informatiques le reste de l'année, il n'existe pas de comparaison possible avec le JoomlaDay. Une fois par an c'est une joie de retrouver les fidèles, les anonymes, les "têtes d'affiche" et de plonger pendant trois jours dans une bulle entièrement dédiée à Joomla et aux Joomlers.
Jun 2015
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As JUGs brasileiras foram convidadas pela organização do JoomlaDay Brasil a se prepararem para o evento nacional de uma maneira diferente neste ano. A ideia é realizar um dia de mobilização local. A data escolhida foi primeiro de agosto e várias JUGs já confirmaram que farão pequenos eventos locais para irem aquecendo os motores para o #JDRB15, que acontece de 4 a 6 de setembro, em Brasília (DF).
Jun 2015
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Que ce soit pour votre propre site Web ou celui d'un client, vous aimeriez bien essayer (au moins une fois) ce fameux Joomla! dont tout le monde parle. Après avoir effectué quelques recherches en ligne, vous avez découvert de longues pages proposant des comparatifs entre Joomla! et d'autres CMS, de longs fils de discussions sur les qualités et les reproches (pas toujours objectifs et argumentés) qui peuvent être fait à Joomla. Mais est-ce que cela doit vous empêcher d'essayer et de faire votre propre opinion ? La plupart du temps, les aprioris et les critiques gratuites sont le fruit d'une méconnaissance et d'une absence manifeste d'ouverture d'esprit.
Jun 2015