Yup! That’s the new name has been given to the project of OpenSourceMatters. 🙂 Would you like to know more? Just visit their new home over here, http://joomla.org. Even Indonesian forum has been setup for Indonesian users of Joomla!, something that you can’t find on the previous project. So what are you waiting for?
I’m considering to contribute something for Joomla!, but I’m not sure yet what it would be. I will let you know if it is already decided. I hope this will help to promote Joomla! among Indonesian people.
Update: Sept 2, 2005
I already bought this domain name, joomla-indonesia.org, to be used for the coming Indonesian Joomla! community website (if and only if people want to have it, otherwise I would keep it for myself.). What is still missing is the web hosting. If someone is interested to help or contribute something, please don’t hesitate to contact me. Thank you.
I use Mambo for my own company website. It serves us well so far, and I’m looking forward its spin off after I read your previous post.
Please let me know when Joomla (double “oo”, single “a”. I think you’ve mispelled it) is available for download 🙂
Just a suggestion, maybe you can provide us -mere endusers- a quick migration notes from old mambo into new joomla in bahasa.
ups.. i mean this previous post. my mistake 🙂
Thank you for you remarks. Yes, Joomla! is with two o’s and one a. I’ve made a mistake about it. It’s already fixed.
Regarding the migration notes, I think at the moment there will be no significant differences between Mambo and Joomla! But when it happens, I’m sure such notes will be available soon on Joomla!’s website or its forum. In the meantime, just use Joomla! like you use Mambo.
semangat saja untuk semua.
mau mambo ataupun joomla, tidaklah masalah.
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