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  • Joomla!, Drupal and … You ! Presentation of the current state of Joomla!, what can we learn and where can we work together DrupalCONF, October 2005
  • About me Johan Janssens Joomla Core Member – Development team leader http://www.joomla.org 1
  • Contents ‘All great things come in three’ 1.Joomla 2.Drupal 3.Working together http://www.joomla.org 2
  • Joomla! Part 1 Joomla! http://www.joomla.org 3
  • Joomla! • What is Joomla! • Why Joomla ? • History • How are we organised • Roadmap • Resources http://www.joomla.org 4
  • What is Joomla! ? Joomla! is a Content Management System (CMS) created by the same award-winning team that brought the Mambo CMS to its current state of stardom. Joomla! is a reband of Mambo 4.5.2 http://www.joomla.org 5
  • Why Joomla! ? The name • phonetic spelling of the word ‘Jumla’. • means ‘all together’ The community • Joomla is more then just software, it is people http://www.joomla.org 6
  • History • 17 augst 2005 – open letter to the community • 01 sept 2005 - new name announced • 17 sept 2005 – opened new forge • 22 sept 2005 – new logo announce • 06 oct 2005 – Joomla wins ‘Best Linux / Open Source Project http://www.joomla.org 7
  • How are we organised ? People • Core 25 members • Workgroups 160 members • Community 10k Resources • Forum 1000 visitors a day • Forge 450 project / 4750 developers http://www.joomla.org 8
  • How are we organised ? http://www.joomla.org 1
  • Roadmap Version 1.1 early november 2005 Version 1.2 end Q1 2006 Version 1.3 end Q2 2006 Version 2.0 end 2006 http://www.joomla.org 9
  • Roadmap Version 1.1 • Backend translations • RTL language support • Move to UTF-8 • SSL and improved SEF • Triggers for session and user management Version 1.2 • Database abstraction • Full ACL • Caching • Template engine (patTemplate) • FTP installer http://www.joomla.org 10
  • Roadmap Version 1.3 • Usability and Accessibilty (WCAG 2.0) • Content versioning • Update handling Version 2.0 CMS framework built with PHP 5 http://www.joomla.org 11
  • Resources • www.joomla.org – the home site • developer.joomla.org – the developer site • help.joomla.org – the documentation site • forum.joomla.org – the community forums • demo.joomla.org – the demo site http://www.joomla.org 12
  • Drupal Part 2 Drupal http://www.joomla.org 13
  • Drupal ? http://www.joomla.org 14
  • Working together Part 3 Working togther http://www.joomla.org 15
  • Working together ? • Cross system authentication • Easy export/import of content • Working together on libraries • Exchanging knowledge • …. http://www.joomla.org 16
  • The end Questions and Comments “Stump the Geek” http://www.joomla.org 17