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Latest Department & Team Reports
Brian Mitchell attended the Joomla World Conference to be involved in discussion with the operations team. Topics included tool sets across Joomla properties, leveraging the work that other teams may already be doing effectively, defining the focus of the individual teams and what’s next. Meeting Agenda: Report from Brian about JWC How do JRD listings add...Read more: Recap from Joomla World Conference
Team members:In attendance: Luca Marzo, Wilco Alsemgeest, Yves Hoppe Discussed Topics: General GDPR information sharing User Consent Central SSO / Identity management solution Central Personal Data management solution Defined actions: Sprint organizing (Before January 18) First RFC of implementation (Before January 20) IDP Solution creation. (Before...Read more: GDPR Working Group - Meeting Notes - November 20, 2017
Open Source Matters, Inc.Full Board of Directors and Officers Meeting Date: November 15, 2017 Time: 09:30 - 17:25 Total time of meeting: 330 minutes This meeting has been held in person in Rome, before the Joomla! World Conference. Attendees: Robert Jacobi (President), Aleksander Kuczek (Vice President), Luca Marzo (Secretary), Mike Demopoulos (Treasurer), Rowan...Read more: OSM, Inc. - Full Board Meeting - November 15, 2017 -...
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A Joomler Story
Bend, United States
I first started creating websites using Microsoft Frontpage and then Dreamweaver. Over the years as client’s needs became ever more demanding, the need for a dynamic solution became a must. I spent two years working with every CMS available at the time and settled on Mambo. When it forked to Joomla I followed and never looked back. Early on I discovered what a nightmare it was to support my clients websites due to the total lack of compatibility that web hosts provided. Around 2003 I...Read full Joomla Story