Here are some interesting Joomla blog posts I found during week 15:
• New and Improved Updater
• The JED and Version Support
• On the fly, language files
• JoeJoomla To Present A Session At Joomla and Beyond In Germany
• Introducing the Vintage Joomla Template
• Find the nearest event with the new locations feature in JCal Pro for Joomla 2.5
• 10 ways Josetta is different from other multilingual solutions for Joomla
• New themes available for Agora Pro bulletin board
• JSN ImageShow v4 - A lot of useful new features to discover
• Joomla! 2.5 - Things you need to know
• Using Joomla easily and joyful with JSN PowerAdmin
• K2 v2.5.6 released released
• Meet us at J and Beyond!
Here are some interesting Joomla blog posts I found during week 21. This week was a huge one in terms of Joomla content. From debate and controversy, to useful tips and information, to event reports and coding insights, to updates for extensions and templates, you got it all:
Enhanced User Profiles with Joomla - Don't use a hammer
Some Personal and Business Updates
JED Listing Redesign and Enhanced Features
Joomla!Day Greece 2011 Recap
JED Announces Support System
Paul Orwig: Navigating the code development process
Introducing zaTours and ask a question.
My view about the JCM debates
Joomla Drama: JCM, Censorship, Bans, Nooku, and Hope for Leadership
The Joomla Dilemma
Understanding Open Source
JoomlaDay Greece 2011 a success!
For Those Who Don't Know Joomlashack, Let me Introduce You
Forms for Joomla 1.6 – Released to Testers
Sneak peek into DOCman 2.0 development
Hub Joomla 1.6 Template and Quickstart now available
Introducing Hub - A Magazine Template for Joomla
Nooku Development at Warpspeed
In the wake of the Joomla! 1.6 release this week, there are a lot of questions buzzing around.
Among them are questions on how Joomla 1.6 will impact the Joomla Extensions Directory (JED).
I talked to Matt Lipscomb of the Community Leadership Team, and JED/JRD Co-Manager. He had some interesting thougts to share around the subject.
The Joomla Extensions Directory (JED) front page has been updated with some layout changes.
I must say I think it looks good, but there's still room for improvement in the way that information is presented.