- Created on Thursday, 01 September 2005 08:49
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:
The multi-award-winning team of core developers, that developed the world’s most popular content management system known as Mambo, has changed the name of their software to Joomla!
Today, the development team unveiled the Joomla! project’s new home at www.joomla.org.
The Joomla! project announcement comes three weeks after the development team unanimously voted to secure the project’s future in the spirit of open source software.
The development team formed Open Source Matters (www.opensourcematters.org) to distribute information to users, developers, web designers and the community in general.
- Created on Wednesday, 30 April 2008 10:34
The Joomla! community is pleased to announce that Google is sponsoring 15 amazing projects in our fourth Google Summer of Code. Students and mentors from all over the world will work together this summer to bring great things to Joomla!. This year, Joomla! is honored that CiviCRM is also part of the team. Sincere thanks to Google for their continued support of Joomla! and the 175 other free and open source organizations participating.
Congratulations to the Joomla! Google Summer of Code 2008 Students
Your proposals were selected from a very competitive pool of nearly 100 applications. Thank you to the mentors willing to share time for this important effort. Projects that held the most promise were selected and we look forward to seeing this work shared with the community this fall.
This summer, each GSoC project team will share their progress on the developer.joomla.org site. Community members are invited to use the links below to join these conversations as the blogging begins over the next few weeks. End user feedback is an integral part of building useful solutions. If you have questions, please contact Wilco Jansen or Ian MacLennan, Joomla!'s GSoC project managers.
Joomla! Google Summer of Code 2008 Projects and Students
Advanced Media Manager, Nakul Ganesh S, Mysore, India
CiviCRM: Aesthetics and Usability, Jon Volkman, Seattle, Washington
CiviCRM: Multi-language Support, Piotr Szotkowski, Warsaw, Poland
Contact Directory, Chantal Bisson, Quebec City, Canada
Content Type Management, Ercan Özkaya, Konya, Turkey
Custom Content Layouts, Jaap Woltjes, the Netherlands
Forms, Mostafa Muhammad, Cairo, Egypt
Multi-DB Support, Alex de Azevedo, Brazil
Multimedia Portal, Marcelo Eden, Recife, Brazil
OpenSocial, Shannon Quinn, Atlanta, Georgia
Research Management, Luis Galárraga, Guayaquil, Guayas Ecuador
Semantic Web, Danh Le Phuoc, Vietnam, studying in Ireland
Tags, Jacek Zielinski, Poznan, Poland
Unit Testing, Scot Inscore, Whitewater, Wisconsin
Version Control, Flavio Kubota, Campinas, Brazil.
- Created on Friday, 02 March 2012 14:42
The March issue of the Joomla Community Magazine is here!
Our stories this month:
If You Want To Build A Lighthouse..., by Paul Orwig
Interview with Steve Burge of OSTraining, by Alice Grevet
Meet Paul Orwig: An Interview with the New OSM President, by Gabe Wahhab
Best Ukrainian sites made on Joomla CMS, by Denys Nosov
Leadership Highlights from February 2012, by Alice Grevet
Joomla and Smartphones, by Hagen Graf
No Programming? No Worries!, by Graeme King
Managing Your Modules Has Never Been So Easy, by Ofer Cohen
The Joomla! Project Wants You - March 2012, by Paul Orwig
Help Wanted: International Joomla! Shop Team Members, by Dianne Henning
Make More Money By Properly Setting Your Hourly Rate, by Gabe Wahhab
Why Your Clients Need a Mobile Joomla Site and How to Sell it To Them, by Luke Summerfield
2012 J!OSCAR Awards Announced - Nominations close April 27, by Victor Drover
JoomlaDay events in March 2012, by Jacques Rentzke
THE JOOMLA! HAIKUS
Post your haikus for March, by Paul Orwig
In our next issue
We want to publish your Joomla! story in the next JCM issue! So take a look at our Author Resources content to get a better idea of what we are looking for, and then register to become a JCM author and submit your Joomla! story!