Leadership Highlights - November 2012

Written by | 01 November 2012 | Published in 2012 November
While zombies roamed the earth and goblins danced in October, the Joomla project cooked up a bubbling pot of leadership news, with just a pinch of chicken giggle…

Pot of Goals

What do YOU think our 2013 project goals should be? Joomla wants to know. So read about it and fill in the survey (comes in a choice of 6 assorted languages!). Only available until November 10!

Get Your Hot Patch & Joomla 3.0.1 Release!

Last month version 3.0.1 came out as a security release for Joomla 3.0. Don't forget to install the hot patch first! Everything you need to know is posted in the leadership blog.

Night of the Living JED

Changes are coming to the Joomla! Extension Directory, under the leadership of Matt Baylor. The review and voting system is getting a cleanup, and the team is in place. Matt took some time out from his JEDi activity to give us an interview. Thank you Matt for raising the JED!

New OSM board members

In October the board of Open Source Matters welcomed four new spirits to its cobwebby lair:

Mike Carson from Joliet, Illinois, USA
Sandy Ordonez from Brooklyn, New York, USA
Radek Suski from Schaafheim, Germany 
Sarah Watz from Stockholm, Sweden

Thanks to all for giving of your time and bringing your perspectives and skills.

Joomla Events in October

Leadership members hopped on their broomsticks and made it to a number of JoomlaDays around the world:

  • JoomlaDay Germany - Robert Deutz (OSM), Sander Potjer (CLT), Marijke Stuivenberg (OSM) Radek Suski (OSM)
  • JoomlaDay Israel - Ofer Cohen (OSM)
  • JoomlaDay Denmark - Paul Orwig (OSM), Sander Potjer (CLT), Alice Grevet (OSM), Radek Suski (OSM)
  • And Paul Orwig (OSM) and Sarah Watz (OSM) participated via teleconference in the first ever Joomla User Group meeting in Bangladesh!


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Alice Grevet

Alice Grevet

Joomla! sitebuilder and freelance web designer specializing in non-profits. Co-Lead Editor on the Joomla! Community Magazine, and member of the Joomla Community Leadership Team (CLT).

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