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see the emails below. Some LBGs have been using content management
systems (CMS) before but now there seems to be some energy to work
together in sharing ideas, problems, solutions and even working on
this seems to be a great opportunity for some LBGs trying Makumba and
working on modules together. Of course this would need to helpdesk
support from some Makumbians... but it's an opportunity that either we
take it or probably forget about it.
Ducu and Mile, weren't you working in some ideas for local
instalation, local LBGs?...
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As you might know, recently a new mailing list for local webmasters
has been created.
It's LocalWeb@... and the official LocalWebmasters@ are
I invite you to share your discoverings with Mambo and Joomla there
with the other web-responsibles. I know that Brussels was interested
in Mambo technology for instance and like this some other LBGs.
On 12/9/05, xxx wrote:
> This is exactly what i wanted :) sharing modules and sharing work :)
> So less work for each one of us... :)
> So far I'm working in a cupple of modules that are not yet
> implemented, but soon will be ready, as soon they are ready I'll share
> them with all of you :)
> About the task list, I know is cool :) I did it :D but I've done it
> before using mambo so is not a mabmo module or component and I still
> have to improve it... anyway, I don't exactly now if I'll do it as
> I've been working on another tasklist with other besies in the
> Developers meeting in Barcelona and it seems soon all the LBGs will
> have a tasklist in the PA (Private Area) for their projects, we took
> some ideas from my previous tasklist and this and this one is more
> BEST oriented so I hope soon we will be using it and therefore I
> prefer to focus my efort on improving this task list that will be used
> for all the BESTies than working on a component for mambo that just
> will be used by some LBGs... but anyway I hope soon you will have some
> of my modules for you to use :)
> On 12/9/05, yyy wrote:
> > Valladolid will be using in short Joomla also. We have a beta version,
> > but it hasn't been launched officially. :)
> > So far Mambo and Joomla are compatible as the second is a fork of the
> > first having all the core developers of the former Mambo left and
> > created Joomla.
> > As for the cooperation, I think it could be useful to share the
> > modules/components we will develop for our own LBGs in order to save
> > us time and resources... eg. Pablo... could I get the TaskList you
> > did? I know it is very easy to do, but time is precious :)
> > On 12/9/05, zzz wrote:
> > > We are not using Mambo but joomla!
> > > Its almost the same but its not the same :-)
> > > We wanted to focus only on the content and thats why we choosed to u=
se an CMS.
> > > I did quite some extensive background research and joomla seems to b=
> > > the best for the moment
> > >
> > >
> > > On 12/8/05, xxx wrote:
> > > > Probably most of you have seen the new website of LBG Coimbra (
> > > > http://best.uc.pt ):) It's cool... isn't it ?
> > > >
> > > > I liked... and I've realize that they are using mambo as Lisbon and=
> > > > (we are working in our new website). So I (as webmaster in Madrid f=
> > > > a lot of years) wondered what kind of web sistem are using the othe=
> > > > LBGs and how can we take advanage of having a common CMS (Content
> > > > Management System) like mambo in our web sites.