I am a web and online application developer based in Rhuthun. I got into Mambo/Joomla relatively recently whilst developing a bilingual website for my daughter's school - www.ysgolclocaenog.org.uk
. The site is only just up and running so there's not much content yet (which will be the responsibility or parents and teachers). I aimed for everything on the site to be bilingual capable, right down to forum messages. To get the breadth of functionality and performance I need has required a lot of delving into the source code and enhancing existing modules/components to improve performance and multi-lingual support. I came to Mambo from ezPublish which has far more comprehensive multilingual support and far more powerful but is painfully slow and not scalable in a shared hosting setup. I also tried Drupal but found the multilingual support non-intuitive and encountered some bizarre security holes in their caching mechanisms.
My aim is to capitalise on this breadth of functionality and performance I have achieved with the school website to offer a bilingual website development and management service.
) - a visual bookmarking system, but that wasn't as successful as I'd hoped hence my move to more general web development.
p.s. I didn't spot your welsh translation on Mamboforge at first and so had already started my own translation - subsequently I have merged your translation with my own which was for version 220.127.116.11, and made a few changes to make it all consistent. I'll package it up and attach it to a post here in the next few days. If you don't speak Welsh did you have to pay for a translation or did you owe a pal lots of pints!?!