Here are some interesting Joomla blog posts I found during week 21, 2013:
- Vel Team announces New Members
- The JED 3.0 Request for Proposal
- The JED Terms of Service Revision
- Hi, we are Joomlatools. Nice meeting you again.
- Pre-sale FAQs - to help you understand more about JoomlaShine products!
- All JoomlaShine products are now compatible with Joomla! 3.1.1 - check it out!
Written by Mandville
Following the recent Vulnerable Extensions List team search for new members, the Vel team have invited some new members to join and who are currently in training. Here are some short Bio's on the members. Bernard Toplak from Croatia, has been building personal and local community websites since 1996. He has been involved with Joomla since the beginning, and the Mambo CMS since 2004. As a web design lecturer at a local open college, web design, programming PHP/MySQL, and web server architectures are passions he loves to share with others.
Dealing with a large number of websites, many Joomla security related issues and escalations are encountered on a regular basis. As an OWASP member he tries to educate users and developers about the importance of webapp security, building tools and extensions for securing PHP apps. His first public application for Joomla security is the JAMSS script. As a VEL Team member he wants to contribute more to the goal of a more secure and reliable Joomla for all.
Written by Matthew Baylor
The Joomla Extensions Directory (JED) Team is seeking to upgrade the current JED website to Joomla 3.x with a customized extension(s) to facilitate the management of listings and users. Click here to view the JED 3.0 Requirements Document. This document is intended to outline the required processes and functionality for the new JED site and what is needed of a new Joomla software component. We are currently seeking community feedback. Please note this is a working document and modifications will be made on a continual basis before it is finalized and before an Request for proposals. To discuss the Functional Design Document go here.
Written by Matthew Baylor
Over the past few months, the JED Team has been working on a revised draft of the JED Terms of Service. This draft is below. One main goal of this draft was to simplify the previous terms of service. We are seeking feedback from the community. You can comment on the Terms of Service Draft #1 here.
Joomla! Extensions Directory
Terms of Service
The Joomla! Extensions Directory (JED) is a free service provided to the Joomla community. By using the JED, you are agreeing to the following terms of service. Open Source Matters (OSM) has the right, in its sole discretion, to revise, change and update the terms of service at any time without notice.
Written by Johan Janssens
It’s a fact of life – things change, and our website is no exception. In case you haven’t noticed, we gave our Joomlatools website a fresh lick of paint and added some great improvements to our member center!
FILEman and LOGman extensions are nearing their 1.0 stable releases and to celebrate this we have given them their own spot on the homepage, next to our DOCman extension.
The Extensions page got a little re-organisation. You can discover all our available extensions and get an overview of the supported features per extensions. Curious what new features we are adding? Check back from time to time or sign-up for our newsletter.
Written by Bui Thi Mo
Dear JoomlaShine customers, We at JoomlaShine have just applied the "Live chat" system to our website, and when I am in charge of talking with our customers, I've noticed that there are more pre-sale questions from them. That is easy to understand since you know that the number of JoomlaShine's products are increasing. Therefore, I would like to collect those pre-sale questions in this blog post and I hope that it will help you understand JoomlaShine and buy our products easier. FYI, you can read JoomlaShine FAQ part 1 at here.
1. What are the differences between PRO STANDARD and PRO UNLIMITED Editions? Besides the price difference:
Written by Bui Thi Mo
Recently, the Joomla! Project has announced the release of Joomla 3.1.1 with some new features and improvements. As usual, we at JoomlaShine always keep our products compatible with all current Joomla versions. So I am writing this blog to announce that all JoomlaShine templates and extensions are compatible with Joomla 3.1.1 too. We've just tested all our Joomla templates and Joomla extensions:
- All products installed successfully on Joomla 3.1.1
- All parameters settings in the back-end work normally
Now it's your turn to check our products on Joomla 3.1.1 - just go ahead! If you already are our customers, you just need to download JoomlaShine products via Customer Area as usual.