Joomla! Events team, on the 1st of May 2012, gladly announced the launch of its new website dedicated for the events that happen around Joomla! like Joomla! Days, Joomla! Conferences, and Joomla! User Group Meetings.
Online PR News – 16-May-2012 – United States – Joomla! events and user group meetings act as the interfaces for companies like DCKAP which deals with providing services for its clients using the Joomla! platform. DCKAP uses such events as an interface between their services and customers, non-customers, employees and other stakeholders – before, during and after a transaction, respectively
The Joomla developers and Joomla programmers recognize this as a very important part of the project. The new website can be found at http://events.joomla.org. In December 2011, Robert Deutz of Open Source Matters initiated this idea of having a dedicated website for Joomla! events.
Robert Deutz, TJ Baker, and Mike Carson were three brains which started developing the requirements and goals to build the website around. This team considered many CCK, event, and calendar solutions, but finally zeroed in on Jcal Pro Extension believing it suited to satisfy the requirements.
The primary function of the site is to display details about events that are approved by Joomla! and about the developments that happen during the user group meetings that take place all around the world. This site will also make it easier for event coordinators to get resources from events and resource mentors which will enable them to coordinate events efficiently.
As a matter of fact Joomla! events team is calling upon event organizers to come to http://events.Joomla.org and submit their events to be listed on the calendar. With the help of this new site it is expected that the events of Joomla! will get wide spread even further.
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