Here are some interesting Joomla blog posts I found during week 2.
Topics include what you should know about Wordpress, new Joomla Community Leadership Team members, discussions at Alltogetherasawhole.org, some funny coding comments in the Joomla framework and some security concerns from JoomlaTools.
I had the chance to attend Wordcamp Atlanta on Saturday. It was a well-run event in a great location: the Savannah College of Art and Design.
The best presentation was the keynote delivered by Jane Wells who is the User Experience lead from Automattic.
Here's her rundown of where Wordpress is going in 2010, head-lined by the release of Wordpress 3.0. A lot of Wordpress' successes and problems have lessons for us in the Joomla world.
The Joomla Community Leadership Team is proud to announce the addition of two new members.
Wendy Robinson is currently on the OSM board. She will be leaving OSM when her term is up in February.
There's a fantastic discussion over on the Joomla Community Workgroup Leadership List™ that includes a carefully crafted email from Andrew Eddie (forwarded by Brad Baker) about creating a place for folks to call out for help, expose problems, raise concerns/complaints etc.
Dunno if there's enough material to have a series of posts, but here's one :)
This one is from Joomla 1.5
Last week, two security reports caught our attention. Even though they are not directly about any of our products, they are relevant to our users. That is why we have opened a new forum to announce vulnerabilities. Please subscribe to the Joomlatools security RSS feed, or to the security forum (you need a forum account).