Here are some interesting Joomla blog posts I found during week 4. Enjoy!
For the last few months I've been working hard with a team of amazing developers, designers and user interface gurus on a top secret project, protected by stacks of Non Disclosure Agreements, contracts and other legal protections.
Joomlatools: Joomlatools Launches DOCman Support Portal
We've said it before: one of the aspects that can make software truly shine, is great support. Finding better ways to give our users the support they deserve, has been one of our priorities for 2010. So far that's been going swimmingly:
Joomla Community: Evaluating Paid Development
As you know, this past fall OSM started to pay Louis and Andrew for a day or two of their time per week working on Joomla! Development. This was done as an experiment, and now is the time at which we will begin evaluation of the results.
Alltogetherasawhole: JDSE - a Joomla Developers Search Engine
A joke earlier brought me to this idea. I thought it would be great if you could just 'ask Joomla' when you had questions, like 'what order do you render pages?' or 'what methods does JURI have?'.
So I made a custom Joomla search engine. The idea is to help cut out some of the clutter when searching for help, by including only reputable Joomla documentation sites. No, I don't mean just joomla.org stuff, but from 3PDs and other sites that post good stuff about Joomla. I know of some sites, but I didn't want to show favoritism before presenting the idea to people here.
Joomlatools: How people see Joomla
Sometimes a simple diagram says it better than a thousand words...