XOOPS CMS Looking for PHP Developers and Designers

  • Michael Beck

    Michael Beck - 2012-11-20

    XOOPS is an Open Source CMS (Content Management System) written in PHP.

    After being voted in August as "Project of the Month" on SourceForge, we were happy and proud that XOOPS has been voted the 1st Runner-up of the People’s Choice Award for Best Free CMS at 2012 Critic’s Choice CMS Awards!

    We are working now on our next release, XOOPS 2.6.0, and would benefit from some help.

    So if you are a PHP or JavaScript developer, or designer with CSS/HTML skills, please join us.

    Please visit us at http://www.xoops.org to learn more about XOOPS

  • Fraz Ahmed

    Fraz Ahmed - 2012-12-18

    Hi...I want to join the team. I'm PHP developer with strong CSS/HTML and Javascript.

  • Erin

    Erin - 2013-01-06

    Hi,I am an entry level programmer for the web development,can i join and do some help?

  • zero_k

    zero_k - 2013-01-15

    Hello, I'm a PHP developer and I'm interested in helping out in any way possible.

  • Sudheesh.M.S

    Sudheesh.M.S - 2013-01-16

    Hi Michael Beck, I would like to contribute something for XOOPS 2.6.0 whatever possible, though I am an entry lever PHP developer with skills in HTML,CSS & Javascript.

  • Rushan

    Rushan - 2013-01-20
    Last edit: Rushan 2013-01-20
  • Rushan

    Rushan - 2013-01-20

    Hi michael,
    i'm a computer engineering undergraduate.I'm interested in participating in your project.I would like to know, how i can contribute.

    Last edit: Rushan 2013-01-20
  • PrakashGaonkar

    PrakashGaonkar - 2013-02-06

    Hi Michael,
    I am c++/linux developer. Most of my development experience is in system level. some finance applications. lots of scripting in TCL/TK. Getting hands on Android now. jscripts and vbscripts.
    I do not know much about PHP or web technologies. But will like to participate.
    It can add a zing to my resume.


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