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After two and a half years of work, the Joomla Project is pleased to announce that the Joomla Identity Portal has been released!

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Joomla mobilizes for its community copyright image Sandra Decoux

The current global crisis has changed the way most of us live unrecognisably in recent days.  We would like to take this opportunity to assure you of the support of the whole Joomla Project throughout this period.  With many regions and countries already in lockdown for weeks and more entering into it daily, we would like to encourage our community and users to stay in touch over these hard times. There is no better time than now to remember what unites us and makes us the strong, dynamic, caring community we are all proud to be members of.

Communicate, Engage, Exchange Ideas, Contribute.
Let's face this crisis "together as one".…

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Ever wished you could support the developers who devote themselves to making Joomla one of the leading Open Source CMS? Now you can! Joomla has joined the GitHub Sponsored Organization Program.…

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Joomla is a community and a software product - one cannot exist without the other.The Re-Engage & Re-Ignite team brainstormed a number of topics centered around increasing people‚Äôs awareness of Joomla and encouraging them to get involved.…

Read more: Forum for the Future: Re-Engage & Re-Ignite Stream ...

Joomla for All

The web has completely changed since its birth, 25 years ago. It has changed from a small niche group of users to a global user base in just a few years. Out have sprung the giants of Tech and the tools to produce and manage ever more content online. Over that time the ecosphere of web creation tools has changed. For example the advent of mobile phones has forced us to change the way we build our websites. Joomla has also had to evolve over the years to stay alive. Even a strong community and good quality code is not enough to keep your place in this competitive world. …

Read more: How can we make it better? ...