A Joomla user group in the North East of England, based in Newcastle. Newcomers through to supergeeks are all welcome to share in the Joomla love. We are running informal meetings each month in the center of Newcastle, where different members can present on topics of their choice. We will also be running Q&A sessions, extension reviews and demonstrations.
We organize Joomla related workshops and meetings at least once a month. There we discuss problems, provide or work out solutions, demonstrate how to use and work with Joomla CMS, with the extentions and so on. On our website we will provide Joomla related informations, howtos and links f.e. to Joomla-videos on YouTube. All our meetings will be for free for everyone. We do not have an account neither on twitter nor on facebook.
A Joomla User Group for Shropshire to promote on-line discussions and collaborations plus arrange quarterly meet-ups.
We are quite a small group, with just over a dozen members (at Aug 2010), and every few months those of us who are available meet up. We've just started using http://people.joomla.org which is quite handy, though not everyone has signed up for that yet. We're keen participants in Joomla! days in the UK, with members in attendance and helping in 2009 and 2010. Although we meet in Aberdeen, members come from Aberdeen and North East Scotland. There are a few members from other parts of Scotland too.
It's an informal support group for Joomla professionals in and around Edinburgh. We discuss the projects we are working on, the challenges we might be facing and share any ideas and suggestions with the group.
Joomla! Users Group London is open to all. Whatever your experience of Joomla! you will get something from the meetings. We regularly have talks by the members on aspects of site building and maintaining which matter to them. We have a "clinic" where members can bring questions and seek answers. We also have a roundup of the best extensions that members have come across.
JUG Milton Keynes promotes the free exchange of ideas and support for existing, or potential, Joomla users in Milton Keynes. Our club has public open meetings of like minded individuals, non-profit organisations and business owners wanting to advance their website technology using Joomla. We aim to facilitate the maximum use of existing Joomla code for the benefit of all members. In addition, contribution of ideas to use or enhance Joomla shall be exchanged and published under GPL version 3 (or later) licence. General guidance advice is offered to help establish new Joomla based websites, convert existing websites and resolve issues with existing installations.
Joomla! User Group Suffolk has an active following and meets regularly on a monthly basis in Ipswich. Please visit the website www.joomlasuffolk.co.uk to receive email notifications and other information.
To help make Joomla as accessible to our users as possible, to share information, experiences and tips in order to improve everyone's Joomla experience.