Here are some interesting Joomla blog posts I found during week 26.
Written by Brian Teeman
The last upgrade for Joomla was the move from 1.0 to 1.5 over 3 years ago and yet we still see many, many Joomla sites running Joomla 1.0.
Why is it that - after people have bust their ass to produce a shiny new version of our product - users are so slow to upgrade?
Written by Steve Burge
My apologies for the lack of blog posts here over the last few months.
Between the Open Source Matters board and getting a new company off the ground with Open Source Training it's been a hectic year. In the last few weeks I took a working vacation to Germany for JandBeyond and then back home to England.
Written by Hilary Cheyne
...or why should the other FOSS projects have all the good ideas!
Call for: Script Writers, Director, Production Team, Camera Operators, Actors, Composers, Musicians, Graphic Designers, Promotion Team and all associated professional skills that we know we already have within the Joomla! Community ...and some financiers/philanthropists would probably be essential too!
Written by Fotis Evangelou
This is the introduction/beginners presentation for K2 given at J and Beyond 2010.
Written by Kyle Ledbetter
With the 4th beta of Joomla 1.6 just released, many folks are probably wanting to know what it will take to get their Joomla 1.5 template working in Joomla 1.6. As a test, we've migrated our Genesis (free) template to 1.6 and made a few notes.
Written by OS Training
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