The Joomla! Project is pleased to announce the availability of Joomla! 3.3 Beta 2. Community members are asked to download and install the package in order to provide quality assurance for the forthcoming 3.3 release, which is scheduled for release on or around April 22nd, 2014.
A big thank you goes out to everyone that contributed to the 3.3 release! Joomla! 3.3 will be our most stable release ever. Right now we're at about 320 commits since 3.2.3's release with 41 different people contributing to those commits (not including testers and other non-coding activities). Best of all is that the new features are awesome!
The 3.x release series is the latest major release of the Joomla! CMS, with 3.3 the fourth standard-term support release in this series. Please note that going from 3.2 to 3.3 is a one-click upgrade and is NOT a migration. The same is true is for any subsequent versions in the 3.x series. That being said, please do not upgrade any of your production sites to the beta version as beta is ONLY intended for testing and there is no upgrade path from Beta.
The Joomla! Project is pleased to announce the availability of Joomla! CMS 3.3 Beta 1. Community members are asked to download and install the package in order to provide quality assurance for the forthcoming 3.3 release, which is scheduled for release on or around April 22nd, 2014.
A big thank you goes out to everyone that contributed to the 3.3 release! Joomla! CMS 3.3 will be our most stable release ever. Right now we're at about 290 commits since 3.2.3's release with 39 different people contributing to those commits (not including testers and other non-coding activities). Best of all is that the new features are awesome!
The 3.x release series is the latest major release of the Joomla! CMS, with 3.3 the fourth standard-term support release in this series. Please note that going from 3.2 to 3.3 is a one-click upgrade and is NOT a migration. The same is true is for any subsequent versions in the 3.x series of the CMS. That being said, please do not upgrade any of your production sites to the beta version as beta is ONLY intended for testing and there is no upgrade path from Beta.
The April issue of the Joomla Community Magazine is here! Our stories this month:
What’s New in the Joomla! Community Magazine?, by Alice Grevet
Leadership Highlights April 2014, by Marijke Stuivenberg
Roundup from JUG Corner - March 2014, by Ruth Cheesley
Practical Development 3: Project, by Marco Dings
10 Tips for a Fast Joomla Website, by Simon Kloostra
Core Features I want from the Components I Choose, by Randy Carey
Migration SEO Tips Series - Part 1 - Planning Your Link Migration Strategy, by Ruth Cheesley
Case Study - CrimeSuspect.Net, by Alice Grevet
Joomla! World Conference – 2014, by Dianne Henning
JoomlaDay Boston 2014, by Dianne Henning
Joomla! at CeBIT 2014 - Big Business!, by David Jardin
Joomla! Q&A Site on Stack Exchange, by Craig Phillips
JFBConnect: Let's do more with Social Networks, by Mike Veeckmans
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We want to publish your Joomla! story in the next JCM issue! So take a look at our Author Resources content to get a better idea of what we are looking for, and then register to become a JCM author and submit your Joomla! story!
The Joomla! Project and the Production Leadership Team are proud to announce the release of Joomla! 3.2.3 which is a security release and also resolves a significant number of issues and bugs.
If you are currently running Joomla! 3.2, we urge you to apply this update immediately via either the one-click update or the update downloads available at http://www.joomla.org/download.html. For other versions of the 3.x series, applying the update is recommended as soon as possible.
The Joomla Project is pleased to announce the immediate availability of Joomla 2.5.19.
Joomla 2.5.19 is a security release addressing two medium level vulnerabilities.
The update process is very simple, and complete instructions are available here. Note that there are now easier and better ways of updating than copying the files with FTP.
Note: Please read the update instructions before updating.
*Please clear your browser's cache after upgradingWant to test drive Joomla? Try the online demo. Documentation is available for beginners.
Check the Joomla 2.5.19 Post-Release FAQs to see if there are important items and helpful hints discovered after the release.
See http://developer.joomla.org/version-2-5-19-release-notes.html for details of the tracker items fixed.
There are a variety of ways in which you can get actively involved with Joomla! It doesn't matter if you are a coder, an integrator, or merely a user of Joomla!. You can contact the Joomla! Community Development Manager, David Hurley, to get more information, or if you are ready you can jump right into the Joomla! Bug Squad.
The Joomla! Bug Squad is one of the most active teams in the Joomla! development process and is always looking for people (not just developers) that can help with sorting bug reports, coding patches and testing solutions. It’s a great way for increasing your working knowledge of Joomla!, and also a great way to meet new people from all around the world.
If you are interested, please read about us on the Joomla! Documentation Wiki and, if you wish to join, email Mark Dexter or Nick Savov, our Bug Squad co-coordinators.
You can also help Joomla! development by thanking those involved in the many areas of the process. In the past year, for example, over 1,100 bugs have been fixed by the Bug Squad.
Thank you to the code contributors and active Bug Squad members that created and tested this release:
Ben Charlton, Benjamin Trenkle, Brian Teeman, Carsten Wirtz, Christiane Maier-Stadtherr, Cyril Rezé, Denise McLaurin, Eino Mäkitalo, Fedik Zinchuk, George Wilson, Gunjan Patel, Hannes Papenberg, Ionut Lupu, Javier Gomez, Jean-Marie Simonet, Jonathan Cameron, Leo Lammerink, Marc Antoine Thevenet, Marco Richter, Marko Đedović, Matt Thomas, Michael Babker, Nikolai Plath, Peter van Westen, Piotr Mocko, Roberto Segura, Sander Potjer, Simon Asika, Thomas Hunziker, Tobias Zulauf, Toivo Talikka, Valentin Despa, Yannick Gaultier.
Thank you to the Joomla! Bug Squad for their dedicated efforts investigating reports, fixing problems, and applying patches to Joomla. If you find a bug in Joomla!, please report it on the Joomla! CMS Issue Tracker.
Active members of the Joomla! Bug Squad during past 3 months include: Achal Aggarwal, Anderson Martins, Anibal Sanchez, Ben Charlton, Ben Griffin, Brian Teeman, Camden Narzt, Christiane Maier-Stadtherr, Cyril Rezé, Daniel Dimitrov, Denise McLaurin, Dennis Hermacki, easteregg easteregg, Edwin Cheront, Elijah Madden, Fedik Zinchuk, Gary Mort, George Wilson, Hannes Papenberg, Jean-Marie Simonet, Jozsef Tamas Herczeg, Jurian Even, Kevin Griffiths, Kunal Bajpai, Lao Neo, Leo Lammerink, Marc Antoine Thevenet, Marcel van Beelen, Marco Richter, Marko Đedović, Matt Thomas, Max Sarte, Melih Tas, Michael Babker, Mohammad Hasani Eghtedar, Nicholas Dionysopoulos, Nikolai Plath, Parth Lawate, Peter van Westen, Piotr Gasiorowski, Piotr Mocko, Robert Gastaud, Roberto Segura, Samuel Moffatt, Sander Potjer, Serge Litvinov, Simon Asika, Stefania Gaianigo, Thomas Hunziker, Thomas Jackson, Thomas Kuschel, Tino Brackebusch, Tobias Zulauf, Toivo Talikka, Valentin Despa, Yannick Gaultier.
Bug Squad Leadership: Mark Dexter and Nick Savov, Co-Coordinators.
A big thanks to the Joomla! Security Strike Team for their ongoing work to keep Joomla! secure. Members include: Airton Torres, Alan Langford, Beat, Bill Richardson, Claire Mandville, David Hurley, Don Gilbert, Gary Brooks, Jason Kendall, Javier Gomez, Jean-Marie Simonet, Marijke Stuivenberg, Mark Boos, Mark Dexter, Matias Griese, Michael Babker, Nick Savov, Pushapraj Sharma, Roberto Segura, Rouven Weßling, Thomas Hunziker.
Green = Most Legislators Oppose Fast Track, Yellow = Some Opposition, Orange = Oppose TPP, Gray = UnknownDeLauro 13 - Signed 2013 DeLauro/Miller letterPocan - Signed Freshman Letter Opposing Fast TrackW/M - Signed Ways and Means Letter opposing TPPGibson - Signed Rep. Chris Gibson letter opposing TPP SOPA - Oppose Stop Online Piracy Act - voted against Currency - Oppose Currency Manipulation (Signed Michaud Letter) Textile - Oppose changes to "First Yarn" (Signed Textile Industry Letter)
CWA devised a simple plan for which they were uniquely suited: drag TPP out of the shadows and into the light - one city at a time - using a medium they understand intimately: Daily Newspapers!
Two CWA members - Dave Felice in Denver, CO and Madelyn Elder in Portland, OR have started the ball rolling. We just need to keep up the momentum leading up to a big day of petition deliveries in January.
Step 1 is to send an Op-Ed to your Daily Newspaper.
MoveOn.org Petition - Congress Don't Renew Fast Track
Pulic Citizen Petition - Congress Must Reject Fast Track Authority
MoveOn.org Petition - Stop the Trans Pacific Partnership
CREDO Petition - Stop the Massive Corporate Power Grab
If your Senator(s) and/or Representative is not currently opposed to Fast Track, they may not completely understand all the implications. Nothing sends a stronger message to a Congressional member than a personal visit to a district office by a voter with a written request. Phone calls and emails are incredibly important but nothing gets attention like a personal visit. Our Educate Congress page has information and a sample letter. Print the letter, sign it, deliver it.