A Joomla 3.4.5 release containing a security fix will be published on Thursday 22nd October at approximately 14:00 UTC. The Joomla security team (JSST) has been informed of a critical security issue in the Joomla core.
Since this is a very important security fix, please be prepared to update your Joomla installations next Thursday. Until the release is out, please understand that we cannot provide any further information.
Many users are always looking forward to a new version of their favorite software because it could bring them new shiny things to play with. Many website maintainers are less fond of new versions as they wonder what will break this time round. As a software developing and using community we believe the responsibility is in all our hands and not just of those creating the release. We ask for your active participation in testing all 3.5 pre-releases. This will ensure we can move smoothly to this new version.
The PLT is pleased to announce Roland Dalmulder as the Joomla 3.5 release leader. The release leader works to encourage contributions for a particular release, drive attention to the patches needing to be tested, and ensuring that the features identified by Joomla on the roadmap for that particular release are addressed by volunteers eager to get involved.
The big question is, what is new in Joomla 3.5? We have the following possible features:
Update emails plugin by Nicholas Dionysopoulos
Joomla! issues bug fix and security updates every few weeks. However, many (most?) of its users are completely unaware of this fact unless they log in to the back-end of their site and notice the update nag message at the top. This PR adds a plugin which periodically checks for updated Joomla! versions and, when one is found, emails the Super Users of the site to remind them.
Zoals alle communities heeft #Joomla zijn eigen favoriete #hashtags die in het #twitterverse (dit “woord” bestaat echt!) gebruikt wordt. Er zijn vele die zijn even gebruikt worden maar daarna snel vergeten worden maar sommige blijven en stralen nu de cultuur van de community uit.
This is of course the best know hashtag, you can use this #hashtag in all tweets about #joomla.
Origanally started by @ostraining and later by @techjoomla. This #hashtag is inspired by the Magento community who use #howtomage. This #hashtag can be used if you have questions about #Joomla.
Joomla has great plans for the future of the CMS. Below are a few of the ideas which have been raised for upcoming releases. When writing a revised roadmap we started by determining what we hoped to accomplish.
Light Core and Core Supported Extensions
Based on feedback the concept of a light core for the Joomla CMS was established. The next step was determining how to achieve a light core and what parts were necessary in this light core version. Obviously there are many opinions on how a light core should be realized, what should be included, and what should be removed. We determined a list of core components which should remain within the CMS and a list of components which could legitimately be removed from core and added to a ‘core supported’ extension category.