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Latest Department & Team Reports
Friday, August 18th, 2017, 18:00 UTC on Glip Attendees Niels Braczek NB x Jacques Rentzke Demis Palma DP Jennifer Marriott Achal Aggarwal Kevin Griffiths André Pereira da Silva Klas...Read more: 2017-08 Joomla! Bug Squad Team Meeting
The Joomla! Certification Steering Group meets every Tuesday at 1:00 PM GMT. This meeting was held on August 22, 2017 on Glip. Team members In attendance: Sam Suresh, Luca Marzo, Chris Keen, Andrea Gentil. Discussion Outline The Certification Steering Group discussed about the sprint during JWC 17 in Rome. Sam requested subteams to prepare a travel cost estimation for...Read more: Certification Steering Meeting - August 22, 2017
Open Source Matters, Inc.Full Board of Directors and Officers Meeting Date: August 17, 2017 Time: 17:00 UTC Total time of meeting: 1 hour 25 minutes Attendees: Robert Jacobi (President), Aleksander Kuczek (Vice President), Luca Marzo (Secretary), Mike Demopoulos (Treasurer), Rowan Hoskyns-Abrahall (Director), Michael Babker (Director), Radek Suski (Director), Yves Hoppe...Read more: OSM, Inc. - Full Board Meeting - August 17, 2017
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A Joomler Story
Lancaster, United States
I started working with Joomla back in the J! 1.0 days. I had been handed a client site built using J! 1 and I needed to figure out how to create new pages/sections and add some functionality. It was painful to be honest. I completed the project and never used J! 1 ever again. Then 1.5 was released, I downloaded it and installed on my local machine and started to play with it. I was impressed, and the timing couldn't of been more perfect as I wanted to move away from a custom CMS system...Read full Joomla Story