CMigrator 0.5 released

CMigrator 0.5 released

CMigrator 0.5 fixes some scenarious where the migration was not working properly. This makes it more reliable than ever.

We've added support for comment migration from Wordpress to CompojoomComment!

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Hotspots 3 RC1 released

Yesterday I uploaded Hotspots RC1 to the download section (dev area). This is supposed to be the last version before a stable release. Of course if any major problems are found I reserve myself the right to release RC2 :)

This version fixes all reported problems since beta2 + ads a new content plugin that you can use to show a specific hotspot in your articles.

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JEDchecker 1.1 released! Codename #collaboration #jpositive

The JEDchecker is getting better and better!

For this release I would like to thank to Tobias Kuhn, Peter van Westen, Alain Rivest and of course last but not least OpenTranslators :)

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Matukio 2.0 released

We are happy to announce the first stable release of Matukio (2.0.0) today. We worked very hard on the new version and rewrote most of the extensions code and added many new exciting features, including Payment-Management, a new amazing and dynamic booking form and a new modern and social media enabled event template.For an overview about the changes take a look at the last blogpost about new features and changes of the latest development version. The demo site will be updated in the next couple of days, if you want to see the new version in action now, visit dothewebinar.com! 

By the way, beginning with the day after tommorow the price of the extension is going to be increased to 39 Euro, so take up your last chance in saving more then 30% by purchasing Matukio now! 

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JEDchecker 1.0 released - let us save some time!

As some of you may know - I'm member of the JED team (http://extensions.joomla.org) since February this year. It is an interesting experience and a job that is extremely demanding... One needs to constantly approve/reject extensions and no matter how hard one works - there are always new extensions in the queue. Believe it or not one of the most common reasons to reject a listing is because it is missing an index.html file in a folder or "defined('_JEXEC') or die()" statement in the php files or a license tag.

Developers have been always talking and talking that those checks can be automated and when you submit an extension the JED should let you know if you don't pass a certain test/rule. On jandbeyond this year we were again talking about that and somebody suggested that we should create a component for this. And it struck me! All this time I thought that I needed access to the JED server to make changes to the software we run, but if I don't have this access - why not create an extension and make developers aware of it! If developers test their zip packages before they submit them to the JED, this could ensure that their submissions won't be rejected due to missing index.html files... This could save JED editors time and it could save developers time! And as we know time is money...

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We are getting there! - Hotspots 3 beta2 released!

I've just published Hotspots 3 beta2 to our development section. This release includes all bug fixes and speed improvements since beta1.

For more information on what is new in version 3 please refer to the following blog posts:

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Current development status of Matukio - Event Manager

Since the first release of Matukio we have been working hard on a new stable version with awesome new features and many bugfixes. We have released some alpha versions, which showed some of the new features and bugfixes. Yesterday we then released the final development version, which is feature complete. This means we are only going to fix release critical bugs and other problems found in it and not going to add new features. We changed and added around 20.000 lines of code, so everyone is invited to help searching for bugs and problems.  

So in this blog post i want you to show some of changes and optimizations we've made. Let's start with the frontend, where some of the most noticeable changes took place:

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CMigrator 0.4 - migration just got easier!

CMigrator 0.4 - migration just got easier!

We are happy to inform you that version 0.4 of CMigrator was just released. Migrating from Wordpress or Drupal to Joomla was never easier!

So, what is new?

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Hotspots 3 beta1 released

Hotspots 3 beta1 released

If you feel adventurous today, then head up to our dev download section and try out the latest Hotspots release git5e804a7. Behind that strange number is actually our first beta release!

Downloads are only available to subscribers

Let us check out what is new:

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CMigrator version 0.3 - The life saver!

CMigrator version 0.3 - The life saver!

As you may already heard, CMigrator is a Joomla component for article, categories and tags migration from Wordpress or Drupal. Well, in this new version we added users migration as well to the list of features!

However, user migration is not the only new feature. Let us look into details:

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