Google Summer of Code - 2017

 

Webinars


1. Using Eclipse for Joomla! Development

2. MVC for 1.6

3. Community and Tips for GSoC Success

4. Introducing Joomla! Working Copy

5. Introducting Joomla! Multisite

6. Version Control For Articles

7. Workflow extension for Joomla!

8. Introducing Enhanced Front-end Editing

9. Introducing civiCRM Modules

10. Introducing JImageLib

11. Introducing an Accessible Administrator Template

12. Introducing Joomla! Magento Integration

Our Students

Andrea Tarr

Andrea Tarr - Accessible Administrator Templates

 
Anh Nguyen

Anh Nguyen - Magento Joomla Integration

 
Ankit Ahuja

Ankit Ahuja - Enhanced Front-end Editing

 
Arunoda Susiripala

Arunoda Susiripala - Joomla – Elgg Integration

 
Daniel Ghilea

Daniel Ghilea - Thumbnails and Media Manager Enhancements

 
Edvard Ananyan

Edvard Ananyan - Working Copy of Joomla Live Site

 
Gartheeban Ganneshapillai

Garthee Ganneshapillai - Taxonomy Extension

 
Gergo Erdosi

Gergo Erdosi - Advanced Survey Suite

 
 
Jonas Arnfred Jonas Arnfred - JDevTools - Automated scripts for Joomla

 

Lalitanand Dandge Lalitanand Dandge - LDAP Integration

 
Mostafa Ibrahim

Mostafa Ibrahim - Workflow Extension for Joomla 1.6

 
Nakul Ganesh S

Nakul Ganesh S - CiviCRM Integration: Front End Extensions

 
Naveen Gavini

Naveen Gavini - Native Joomla Multisite Support

 
Piotr Szotkowski

Piotr Szotkowski - CiviCRM Integration: Multilingual

 
Rahul Verma

Rahul Verma - Desktop Content Manager - Adobe AIR

 
Victor Carbune

Victor Carbune- Page Versioning and Extension Versioning

 

 

 

 

These students will be working with our fantastic group of mentors, including: Akarawuth Tamrareang, Alan Langford, Allan Walker, Amit Singh, Andrey Mishenin, Ashwin Date, Brian Shaughnessy, Donald Lobo, Elin Waring, Hugh Boyes, Ian MacLennan, Jennifer Marriott, Luis Galarraga, Marius van Rijnsoever, Oleg Nesterov, Omar Ramos, Parth Lawate, Pisan Chueachatchai, Ray Tsai, Sam Moffatt, Steve Fisher, TJ Baker, Toni Marie Swats, and Wes Morgan.

This year we received a record 147 proposals and were able to accept three more students than last year. We are excited about bringing these students into the Joomla community and for the contributions these projects will make.Our students and mentors come from 18 different countries on six continents (sorry, Antartica!) and represent the global reach of Joomla.

Joomla! Connect was a list of Joomla! related newsfeeds.  This service was closed in 2017.

 

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• Joomla! 3.x language packs are available here:
Joomla! 3.x Translation Packs

• Joomla! 2.5 language packs are available here:
Joomla! 2.5 Translation Packs

• Joomla! 1.5 language packs are available here:
Joomla! 1.5 Translation Packs

Currently supporting 64 world languages, Joomla! speaks more languages than any other content management system. If your site users speak one language and your administrators another, you can customize your language settings to serve their needs—even on an individual user basis. Whether you speak French, Japanese, or Farsi, Joomla! speaks your language.

All instructions about Joomla! language packs can be found through the links above.

Translations and localizations of Joomla in languages other than English are provided and supported by our Translations Teams.

Language packs and other resources can be downloaded from the Translation Common project on joomlacode.

Please find here a list of the Joomla!® Translation Teams with direct links to the Joomla!®  2.5 language packs

How to Find a Joomla!® 2.5 Translation

The Translations Working Group maintains a repository of accredited language packs.

View accredited language packs on JoomlaCode or browse per language below for direct links.

Afrikaans | Albanian | Arabic Unitag | Armenian | Azeri | Basque | Bengali (Bangladesh) | Belarusian | Bosnian | Bulgarian | Catalan | Central Kurdish | Chinese Simplified | Chinese Traditional | Croatian | Czech | Danish | Dutch | English (Australia) | English (USA) | Esperanto | Estonian | Finnish | Flemish | French | Galician | Georgian | German | Greek | Hebrew | Hindi | Hungarian | Indonesian | Italian | Japanese | Khmer | Korean | Laotian | Latvian | Lithuanian | Macedonian | Malayalam | Mongolian | Norwegian (Bokmål) | Norwegian (Nynorsk) | Persian | Polish | Portuguese (Brazil) | Portuguese (Portugal) | Romanian | Russian | Scottish Gaelic | Serbian (Cyrillic) | Serbian (Latin) | Slovak | Spanish | Swahili | Swedish | Syriac (East) | Tamil (India) | Thai | Turkish | Ukrainian | Urdu | Uyghur | Vietnamese | Welsh

How to Create a Joomla! Translation

It's easy to translate Joomla into your language by creating a 2.5 language pack.

More Information about Translations

There are a number of valuable resources for adding your language to Joomla and learning more about the Translations Working Group. You can ask questions and get tips in the Translations Forum or the Language Forum and there are a wealth of resources in The International Zone Forum.

Want to propose packs for a language not listed here?

Please contact the Joomla!® Translation Coordination Team

Have an issue with the quality of a Translation or want to collaborate with an existing Team?

Please contact the language coordinator stated in the list below.

Please find here a list of the Joomla! Core Translation Teams with direct links to the Joomla! 3.x language packs.

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How to Find a Joomla! 3.x Translation

The Core Translation Team maintains a repository of accredited language packs.

View accredited language packs on JoomlaCode or browse per language below for direct links.

Afrikaans | Albanian | Arabic Unitag | Armenian | Basque | Belarusian | Bengali (Bangladesh) | Bosnian | Bulgarian | Catalan | Chinese Simplified | Chinese Traditional | Croatian | Czech | Danish | Dari Persian | Dutch | Dzongkha | English (Australia) | English (Canada) | English (USA) | Estonian | Finnish | Flemish | French | French (Canada) | Galician | Georgian | German | German (Austria) | German (Liechtenstein) | German (Luxembourg) | German (Switzerland) | Greek | Hebrew | Hindi | Hungarian | Indonesian | Irish | Italian | Japanese | Khmer | Korean | Latvian | Macedonian | Malay | Montenegrin | Norwegian (Bokmål) | Norwegian (Nynorsk) | Persian | Polish | Portuguese (Brazil) | Portuguese (Portugal) | Romanian | Russian | Serbian (Cyrillic) | Serbian (Latin) | Sinhala | Slovak | Slovenian | Spanish | Spanish (Colombia) | Swahili | Swedish | Syriac (East) | Tamil (India) | Thai | Turkish | Turkmen | Ukrainian | Uyghur | Vietnamese | Welsh

NEW in 3.x (and since 2.5.6). The Extensions Manager now proposes a new tab: Install Languages, where one can find all 3.x compatible language packs and install them directly from Joomla back-end.

How to Create a Joomla! Translation

It's easy to translate Joomla! into your language by creating a 3.x language pack.

More Information about Translations

There are a number of valuable resources for adding your language to Joomla! and learning more about the Core Translation Team. You can ask questions and get tips in the Translations Forum or the Language Forum and there are a wealth of resources in The International Zone Forum.

Want to propose packs for a language not listed here?

Please contact the Joomla! Core Translation Coordination Team

Have an issue with the quality of a Translation or want to collaborate with an existing Team?

Please contact the language coordinator stated in the list below.