Today (Saturday, March 16th)is the gobal Pizza, Bugs, and Funevent. It's an all-day, in every time zone, global event that's open to all virtual participants that are interested. There will also be local venues wherever they are organized, including at Joomla!Day Boston. The key goal is to fix as many Joomla 3…
- Written by Nick Savov
Last week (5-9 March 2013) Joomla was present at CeBIT 2013, the world's largest and most international computer expo in Hannover, Germany. We shared a booth called “CMS Garden” with 12 other open source content management systems (CMS). The idea behind this shared booth was to have all of the relevant open source content management systems all in one place.
Two of those systems are, just like Joomla, in the top 3 of leading CMS systems: Wordpress and Drupal.
So who won?…
- Written by Peter Martin
I was poking around our very own Joomlacode.org site today and started looking at some recent download statistics. As you may know, reliable market share information for open-source CMS packages is hard to find, and it is especially difficult to assess recent trends. However, Joomlacode tracks all file downloads (including those from the one-click version updates), and these do provide some useful data. Here are some numbers I found interesting.
In the last six months (September 2012 – February 2013), we registered the following download counts for full packages (excluding the update packages):
- Joomla 2.5: 1,725,268 (about 288k per month)
- Joomla 3.0: 796,340 (about 133k per month)
During this period, we averaged about 420k downloads per month of our two flagship products.…
- Written by Mark Dexter