Joomla Blog Posts from Around the Web (week 35)

joomla-week-35Here are some interesting Joomla blog posts I found during week 35.

Brian Teeman has written a post about the Administrator interface of Joomla, Amy Stephen talks about the GPL and Collaboration, Steve Burge reveals that Sony Pictures uses Joomla for one of their websites, and Phil Taylor wonders who moved his cheese...

It's a normal week in the Joomla world - enjoy your week!


The GPL and Collaboration

Written by Amy Stephen

He has been working on this interface since the Joomla! 1.6 Bootcamp early in August where he presented his ideas using an Excel spreadsheet, pictured below.

The response at the Bootcamp to his ideas was good, as was the response from community was very positive. For the first time, the ACL was presented in it's entirety on one page in a way that it makes sense to people.

Read the complete post here...

Sony Pictures Uses Joomla

Written by Steve Burge

Sony Pictures is the television and film production/distribution unit of Sony.
They're using Joomla for the website of a new TV program: the Nate Berkus Show.

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Who moved my [Joomla] Cheese?

Written by Phil Taylor

I dont often do book reviews, this is not so much a book review as a re-discovery of a book on my bookshelf and a rekindling of a change of attitude.  This is a plug for a book I have had on my shelf for a long time, but I recently sat on the loo and read (does any one else do that – dont share!)

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Beauty isn't just skin deep

Written by Brian Teeman

So you've heard great things about the latest release of Joomla!, version 1.6, it's been many years since you saw her last but you're excited to see what she has to offer.

Read the complete post here...

The Future of JoomlaPraise

Written by Gary Gisclair

As many of you already know, co-founder Kyle Ledbetter and I decided to part ways. The split was very amicable and we’re still the best of friends. During the last few years, our interests have gone in different directions. Kyle will continue managing and developing products for PixelPraise, AdminPraise and Projectfork; while I will continue developing & designing the great Joomla templates you all know and love here at JoomlaPraise. I remain firmly committed to this and I wish Kyle all the best!

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