Joomla! Developer Network
There is always a great deal of Joomla! development activity underway and communicating with other developers in the community is essential. This site is a resource for anyone looking to build or maintain software based on the Joomla platform
Where to Start
This document sets out a number of high-level goals and for each goal lists a number of objectives that support the attainment of that goal. Goals are statements of purpose towards which our efforts are directed. They can be quite generic and do not need to be strictly measurable or tangible. On the other hand, objectives are specific tasks that are made to support the attainment of our goals and should be measurable and tangible.
All of our goals and objectives are made in support of our declared mission:
"To provide a flexible platform for digital publishing and collaboration"
PLT Goals 2015
The Joomla! Production Leadership Team (PLT) is pleased to announce the addition of new team members to the Joomla 4 User Experience Team (JUX).
The purpose of the JUX is to improve the usability of the Joomla project through extensive research and user testing, and to make recommendations to the relevant teams based on findings.
Joomla! 4 User Experience Team Announcement
The next major version for Joomla! has been on the radar for some time but lacking follow through, for reasons both organisational and technical. At JandBeyond, May/June 2015 in Prague the community took matters into their own hand and set up a “make it happen” session to discuss Joomla 4.
Joomla! 4 working group
Following are the meeting notes from the Production Leadership Team meeting held on Monday 01/06/2015 and Tuesday 02/06/2015.
Team Members: Jessica, Javier, Chris, Robert, Viktor, Roland, George, Marco, Tessa (N.B. Tessa was sent to JAB on a CLT budget to attend JED meetings - she attended for ~1 hour on both days).
Apologies: Tom, Thomas
Meeting Notes from JAB PLT Summit 2015
Join us for a Bug Squashing event at the upcoming Joomla! Day Minnesota at the Mall of America on Sunday, July 19th, the day after the conference! Don’t forget to book an extra day on your trip if you plan on attending.
If you have never worked with code before, no worries at all! We will show you how to test and work with bug patches and how the process works! Our goal is to work through the issue tracker and get through as much as possible! If you have experience working with code, that’s just as great! We can show you the process of creating patches and adding it to our tracker.
Bugs, Bugs, Bugs! JDayMN15