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Participants: Ronni K. Gothard Christiansen, MikeDemo, Alison Meeks, Rowan Hoskyns-Abrahall, Davide Messia, Roberto Longo Apologies: Hugh Douglas-Smith TEAM ROLES & RECRUITMENT Ronni Team requires additional assistance with SoMe, Ronni K. Gothard Christiansen to reach out to volunteers.Further resources to be taken from the Capital...Read more: JWC Meeting Minutes - 19th September 2017
In attendance: Djamel KherbiBrian RonnowJenn GressNoemi Sanchez del RioAnd Rowan via Glip No Show: Eric Lamy 1. Discussed directory review. Djamel has completed the review of Africa except a couple. Jenn to do Djamel's listing and Noemi taking care of Blida. The rest of the team needs to get on it. Hands were slapped. 2. The only pending listing isn't really a pending...Read more: 19th September 2017 JUG Team Meeting Minutes
The Joomla! Certification Steering Group meets every Tuesday at 1:00 PM GMT. This meeting was held on September 19, 2017 on Glip. Team members In attendance: Sam Suresh, Luca Marzo, Andrea Gentil. Richard van Tilborg Discussion Outline The questions in new QMS imported. However there is an issue with True False questions. Michael to look into it. Sam will initiate...Read more: Certification Steering Team Meeting 19 September 2017
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A Joomler Story
Krasnodar, Russian Federation
I have been involved with Joomla since 2007 and started with Joomla 1.0 as a popular and dynamically growing CMS to create the websites with. My acquaintance with web-design started in 2002, so at the moment of getting started with Joomla I was already into web-development and was pretty excited with the features of this CMS and great number of extensions which is important for development. But the main reason was a friendly community. I came to local Russian community and started to share...Read full Joomla Story