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Presentation given by Wilco Jansen during the Swedisch Joomla!day on 3 November 2007

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  • 1. 22 May 2006 © www.joomla.org 1
  • 2. Joomla! “What is Joomla?” Joomla!day Presentation Västerås, Sweden 3 November 2007
  • 3. Joomla! “What is Joomla?” Joomla!day Presentation Västerås, Sweden 3 November 2007
  • 4. About Me Wilco Jansen aka Willebil Joomla! Core Team Member Development Working Group Coordinator 3 November 2007 © www.joomla.org 4
  • 5. Presentation Overview • The Joomla! Project • How are we organized? • How can you get involved? • Our current status...let’s throws some statistics • The road to Joomla! 1.5 • Joomla! Future 3 November 2007 © www.joomla.org 5
  • 6. The Joomla! project What is Joomla? Joomla! is an award-winning Content Management System (CMS) that will help you build websites and other powerful online applications. Best of all, Joomla! is an open source solution that is freely available to everybody. 3 November 2007 © www.joomla.org
  • 7. The Joomla! project Where are our users located? 3 November 2007 © www.joomla.org
  • 8. The Joomla! project Where are our users located? 3 November 2007 © www.joomla.org 8
  • 9. The Joomla! project Joomla! concepts • Opensource • Content Management – – Freedom Keep is small and simple – – Choice Be flexible and agile – – Control Designed to be extendible – – Fun Use 80/20 rule – • Ease of use Reduce choices Barry Swharts : video.google.com/videoplay? – End User docid=6127548813950043200 – Administrator – Developer – Designers 3 November 2007 © www.joomla.org
  • 10. The Joomla! project Joomla! philosophy • Rock Solid Architecture • Flexibility built on Powerful Framework • Developers Tools • Outstanding User experience • International Recognition (50+ languages) • A great community! 3 November 2007 © www.joomla.org
  • 11. How are we organized? Joomla! organisation 3 November 2007 © www.joomla.org
  • 12. How are we organized? Joomla! organisation 3 November 2007 © www.joomla.org
  • 13. How are we organized? Joomla! organisation • Coreteam (16 members) – 3 project managers (Louis, Shayne, Johan) – 7 coordinators (Rob, Shayne, Ole, Robin, Brad, Tonie and Wilco) • Work groups – 5 work groups: infrastructure,development, translations, documentation and foundation – Around 250 members in working groups • Community (you): we lost count... 3 November 2007 © www.joomla.org 12
  • 14. How are we organized? Joomla! organisation • All members are spread all over the world • Timezone differences • Lingual and cultural bariers • Means of communication: – Forum – Skype (voice, video and chat) – IRC – Mail, mailinglists – Joomla!days, gatherings, events etc. 3 November 2007 © www.joomla.org 13
  • 15. How can you get involved? How can you get involved? 3 November 2007 © www.joomla.org 14
  • 16. How can you get involved? How can you get involved? • No matter what you think you can do, you can help! 3 November 2007 © www.joomla.org 14
  • 17. How can you get involved? How can you get involved? • No matter what you think you can do, you can help! • Most of the contributers start in our forum helping others out 3 November 2007 © www.joomla.org 14
  • 18. How can you get involved? How can you get involved? • No matter what you think you can do, you can help! • Most of the contributers start in our forum helping others out • But how do I get involved into one of the working groups? 3 November 2007 © www.joomla.org 14
  • 19. How can you get involved? How can you get involved? • No matter what you think you can do, you can help! • Most of the contributers start in our forum helping others out • But how do I get involved into one of the working groups? • Can we use people? 3 November 2007 © www.joomla.org 14
  • 20. How can you get involved? How can you get involved? • No matter what you think you can do, you can help! • Most of the contributers start in our forum helping others out • But how do I get involved into one of the working groups? • Can we use people? 3 November 2007 © www.joomla.org 14
  • 21. Let’s throw some statistics Joomla! In numbers (general statistics) • 142.943 forum users (Nov. 1) • 9442 registered developers* • 1648 registered projects* • 2261 extensions ( extensions.joomla.org ) • 5 TB traffic/month on main websites • Alexa rank 690 (1 Nov) * On joomlacode.org since 10 March 2007 3 November 2007 © www.joomla.org
  • 22. Let’s throw some statistics www.ohloh.net 3 November 2007 © www.joomla.org
  • 23. The Road to Joomla! 1.5 final
  • 24. The Road to Joomla! 1.5 final
  • 25. The Joomla! project Project history While at time it may appear at times that we do not move fast enough... In a short amount of time we have accomplished a lot! 3 November 2007 © www.joomla.org 18
  • 26. The Joomla! project Project history 01 September 2005 Joomla! is born 15 September 2005 Joomla! 1.0 released 17 September 2005 Joomla! opens the forge 01 January 2006 Joomla! 1.1 announcement 06 February 2006 Joomla! opens developer network 06 March 2006 Joomla! opens extensions site 12 October 2006 Joomla! 1.5 Beta released 27 October 2006 Joomla! releases official user manual 12 December 2006 Joomla! 1.0.12 released 13 March 2007 Joomla! Opens Gforge (JoomlaCode Launch) 05 May 2007 Joomla! 1.5 Beta-2 released 21 July 2007 Joomla! 1.5 RC1 released 01 September 2007 Joomla! 1.5 RC2 released 06 October 2007 Joomla! 1.5 RC3 released 3 November 2007 © www.joomla.org 19
  • 27. The road to Joomla! 1.5 Current status • Joomla! RC3 is out • RC4 will be done – Fix of some finalisation tasks (memort usage, profiling, performance improvements, translations) – Fix of priority 1,2 and 3 issues in Tracker – Full sweep of forum (> 500 reports to go) • Try to make every RC more stable • Try to release early and often 3 November 2007 © www.joomla.org 20
  • 28. The road to Joomla! 1.5 The $1.000.000 question 3 November 2007 © www.joomla.org 21
  • 29. The road to Joomla! 1.5 The $1.000.000 question • When will the final be out? 3 November 2007 © www.joomla.org 21
  • 30. The road to Joomla! 1.5 The $1.000.000 question • When will the final be out? • It’s done when it’s done... 3 November 2007 © www.joomla.org 21
  • 31. The road to Joomla! 1.5 The $1.000.000 question • When will the final be out? • It’s done when it’s done... • But what do we mean with that? 3 November 2007 © www.joomla.org 21
  • 32. The road to Joomla! 1.5 The $1.000.000 question • When will the final be out? • It’s done when it’s done... • But what do we mean with that? – Every RC needs to be more stable then the previous one 3 November 2007 © www.joomla.org 21
  • 33. The road to Joomla! 1.5 The $1.000.000 question • When will the final be out? • It’s done when it’s done... • But what do we mean with that? – Every RC needs to be more stable then the previous one – Fix tasks that need to be done 3 November 2007 © www.joomla.org 21
  • 34. The road to Joomla! 1.5 The $1.000.000 question • When will the final be out? • It’s done when it’s done... • But what do we mean with that? – Every RC needs to be more stable then the previous one – Fix tasks that need to be done – Finish translations 3 November 2007 © www.joomla.org 21
  • 35. The road to Joomla! 1.5 The $1.000.000 question • When will the final be out? • It’s done when it’s done... • But what do we mean with that? – Every RC needs to be more stable then the previous one – Fix tasks that need to be done – Finish translations • Is RC4 the latest one? 3 November 2007 © www.joomla.org 21
  • 36. The road to Joomla! 1.5 So why is Joomla! 1.5 so important? 22
  • 37. The road to Joomla! 1.5 So why is Joomla! 1.5 so important? And why should you use it? 22
  • 38. The road to Joomla! 1.5 One step closer to total freedom of website content management! 3 November 2007 © www.joomla.org 23
  • 39. The road to Joomla! 1.5 One step closer to total freedom of website content management! • Power Of Simplicity – End User: more features in future. – Administrator: ease of use, reduction of complexity and more control – Developer: faster development with lesser code • Future development will use 1.5 as fundament • Backward compatible with 1.0.x extensions 3 November 2007 © www.joomla.org 23
  • 40. Joomla! Future Let’s have a look in the crystal ball 24
  • 41. Joomla! future Joomla! future • Joomla! 1.0.x • Joomla! 2.0* – Maintenance mode – Refactory to PHP 5.2+ – Remove PHP 4 Legacy • Joomla! 1.5 and 1.0.x backward – Moving forward to RC compatability • Joomla! 1.6/1.7* – Framework level – ACL extended improvements like – J!Package NBS, Database abstraction, new – Content versioning Database scheme etc. – Simple workflow – System level tagging 3 November 2007 © www.joomla.org
  • 42. Joomla! future Google Summer Of Code Projects • 2006 research based • 2007 Projects – Siteman (J!Explorer) – Extending the Nested Sets Model with 'Hardlinked Nested Sets’ – Node Based Scheme – Development of Jigg component for – Extensive ACL Joomla! 1.5 – Package manager – Implementation of mootools in – Ajax Joomla! 1.5 framework • 2007 pragmatic approach – Email Interface for Publishing – Semantic Web Integration – Usable end-result – Geo-component for Joomla! – Co-collaboration with other OS projects (mootools and eclipse) – Eclipse Plugin J!Code – Joomla 1.5 Forum component – General content recommendation component for Joomla 3 November 2007 © www.joomla.org
  • 43. Joomla! future New projects like SoC? 3 November 2007 © www.joomla.org 27
  • 44. Live Demonstration Live Demonstration will be given in the next session !!! Remember: life demo’s can go wrong !!! 28
  • 45. Live Demonstration Live demonstration • New installation • The global configuration • The media manager • The menu manager • Managing content • Default components • Modules • Caching • Templating 29
  • 46. Questions?