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Postby deathwingpnx » Mon Mar 20, 2006 6:44 pm

Gusto ko tumulong sa Coding,  Let me help.  I am Willing to Help In-Terms of Coding, its my hobby,
and proudly Philippine made.  I am willing to share, help and contribute for the opensource community specially when it is free
for end users.

I am not that good, but what I say is that I love what I do and although small, proud of my achievements.
Audition ako sa coding team, hehehe baka sakaling maka pasa.
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Postby Joomlasticman » Sun Mar 26, 2006 6:19 am

Tuloy kayo mga newbie, dati akong newbie pero oldbie na ako :) maraming bakante sa Translation Team, mapapalaban tayo ng pagsasalin, hindi pa nagsisimula ang isasalin na english.ini para sa joomla.ph pero ito ay magsisimula na sa lalot madaling panahon dahil kasalukuyan lang namin tinatapos ang Forge at saka matatapos na rin namin ang OpenSEF.

Baka nais ninyong sumama sa Translation team ay magsabi lang kayo sa aking PM with your e-mail address at padadalhan ko kayo ng imbitasyon sa Translation Group ng Google at Forge Project.

sa ngayon ay ito ang listahan ng Translation Team:
1. Jlilio
2. Jc
3. EricB
4. Joomla-ph
5. Renski
6. Wyzemoro
7. Eadwired
8. Raymond
9. Dewmesh
10. Audienceone
11. Teng

Hehehe dami na rin ano? magsipag handa na tayo mga kapatid, kaya ba natin tapusin ito bago lumabas ang version 1.1? Hooorayyy! :)
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Postby deathwingpnx » Sun Mar 26, 2006 3:25 pm

Cge po Ill check it out tapos kung may maitutulong ako cge po, and salamat sa offer.  Oo nga pla since online ka nman
baka gusto mong post ng blog or sign sa guest book ko, kasi ang onte pa huhuhu.

Thanks
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Postby webcadre » Fri Apr 07, 2006 11:56 am

I would like to help in graphic-related work and to certain extent, including flash animation. Kaya lang hindi ako based sa pinas. Would this a be problem?

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Postby wyzemoro » Fri Apr 07, 2006 12:07 pm

baka pde ka sa Translation Team? nangangailangan pakami ng volounters.
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Postby webcadre » Fri Apr 07, 2006 12:33 pm

translation ? gusto ko sana kaya lang matagal na 'kong wala sa pinas -- kaya ang tagalog/pilipino ko ay medyo .... alam mo na. but i really appreciate the offer.

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Postby curlz19 » Thu Apr 20, 2006 6:19 am

:laugh: gusto ko po sana maka tulong, e2 po email ko ... czhar19@yahoo.com - tutulong po ako sa coding team ng Php

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Postby Astig » Mon Apr 24, 2006 11:57 am

I am willing to contribute some of my skills into this project. Please consider these questions I have in mind about the site's nature like:

1. Will the site be focussing into another distribution (version) forked from Joomla?
2. Is the site only for Filipino developers and users?


I can help in net marketing. I am used to forum brigades, search engine submissions and newsletter authoring. I can also help in content authoring and management. And also, if needed, I can develop PHP scripts in an OOP manner; I can also manipulate graphics using Photoshop and layout HTML codes using Dreamweaver.

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Postby wyzemoro » Tue Apr 25, 2006 10:46 pm

Hi Astig,

IMHO, Joomla! Philippine (http://www.joomla.org.ph) is the venue for Filipino community of Joomla and also from this community we gather our strength to form the Filipino Translation Team (Project website: http://forge.joomla.org/sf/projects/fil ... anslations ) as our way of giving back and helping the Joomla! project thru translation of Joomla! Core, documentation, components and modules.

What i understand and know with http://www.joomla.org.ph is the Official Filipino Translation Partner of the Joomla! Project. Please correct me Pareng joomlasticman, guilliam and stingrey. This site also will host the HELP System/Files of Joomla translated into Filipino.

my answer to your question:
1. The site is NOT to work to fork Joomla. we do translation/localisation of Joomla to Filipino language and support the currently growing userbase of Filipino joomla users.
2. The site if for everyone who uses Joomla! specially for Filipino who wants his Joomla website to support Filipino language.

what we do really need now is a dedicated member for Filipino Translation Team .. at least can lend few hours in one week or his free time to translate. Now, mostly members of the team are currently busy with their works and having hard time to do the translation. Thanks to pareng Julian who do the GREAT job! he translated many many lines of the core and components.

On translation team if you can't join with the translation task you can also try to beta test the translated ... comment if it works and the translated words are acceptable.

Heres the current uploaded on our Forge for testing:

Component:
1.  AkoComment
2. OpenSEF
3. Joom!Fish
4. MambelFish

Joomla! Core
1. check our SVN repository at Forge. currently its Julian who is so busy with translation of the Joomla! 1.5

my apologies to everyone as im so busy with my Summer class. hardly have time to play with Joomla ... i even also find it hard to post in this forum. but soon i'll get back into translation and post here in forum to help. :)

feel free to ask if you still have a doubt with my answers or have more questions to throw. hehe. :)

Astig wrote:I am willing to contribute some of my skills into this project. Please consider these questions I have in mind about the site's nature like:

1. Will the site be focussing into another distribution (version) forked from Joomla?
2. Is the site only for Filipino developers and users?


I can help in net marketing. I am used to forum brigades, search engine submissions and newsletter authoring. I can also help in content authoring and management. And also, if needed, I can develop PHP scripts in an OOP manner; I can also manipulate graphics using Photoshop and layout HTML codes using Dreamweaver.

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Postby Joomlasticman » Wed Apr 26, 2006 2:36 am

Pareng Wyzemoro,
                          Thanks for that post Wyzemoro. I was enlightened to see my fellow translator recruiting new translators! I was also too busy lately due to my wife arriving here in the United States. Too many paperworks, procedures and processing Fees! :'( We are now waiting for the Visa approval .... "heart beating so fast" oh please oh please let her come to me now  >:( so that i can focus with my projects.
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Postby Astig » Wed Apr 26, 2006 5:47 am

[quote="wyzemoro"]what we do really need now is a dedicated member for Filipino Translation Team .. at least can lend few hours in one week or his free time to translate. Now, mostly members of the team are currently busy with their works and having hard time to do the translation. Thanks to pareng Julian who do the GREAT job! he translated many many lines of the core and components.[/quote]

Thanks for the enlightenment and for being straightforward, wyzemoro.

I am willing to help you regarding translations. Put me in and let me know about the team's translating procedures so I can start. Wala ako masyadong ginagawa dito sa bahay kasi tinamad ako mag summer class. Puro DotA nga lang ako ngayon eh.  :laugh:

Si kuya Julius (Julian) kilala ko yan. Magaling talaga yan sa maraming aspeto. Nagulat nga ako dahil nasa PHP field na siya eh, kasi ang alam ko FoxPro at VB guru yan eh  :laugh:

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Postby wyzemoro » Wed Apr 26, 2006 12:47 pm

@ Astig

Please contact Joomlasticman sya ang manager natin sa translation. Sya ang Coordinator ng Filipino Translation Team to the Translation Workgroup ng Joomla. Para ma add ka sa egroup natin at sa forge. Welcome to the Team and Joomla :)

enjoy and cheers!

@ Joomlasticman

Kaw na bahala k Astig. hehe. dami ka mga talent i mamanage. :)
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Postby wyzemoro » Wed Apr 26, 2006 12:52 pm

Pareng Joomlasticman,

wala yun... to have a sustainable translation team we need more members that were dedicated. we will not be here all the time. at least pagwala tayo meron parin magpapatuloy sa translation team.

Joomlasticman wrote:Pareng Wyzemoro,
                          Thanks for that post Wyzemoro. I was enlightened to see my fellow translator recruiting new translators! I was also too busy lately due to my wife arriving here in the United States. Too many paperworks, procedures and processing Fees! :'( We are now waiting for the Visa approval .... "heart beating so fast" oh please oh please let her come to me now  >:( so that i can focus with my projects.


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Postby Astig » Thu Apr 27, 2006 1:41 pm

Ano po ba ang kailangan ko Mr. Joomlasticman para makapag start na ako?  ???

Should I start translating /joomla/language/english.php to Filipino or meron na neto at ibang strings nalang ang kailangan i-translate? Madalas ako dito sa forums kahit minsan lang ako magpost. Wala kasi ako masyado ginagawa ngayong summer.  :)

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Postby Astig » Thu Apr 27, 2006 2:29 pm

Eto ang sample ng translation ko ng /joomla/language/english.php sa Filipino covering "common" strings lang.
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Postby freakismarco » Tue May 09, 2006 7:10 am

Lingawa sa Open Source oie.. CMS..
Lamia muenter oie.. kahibalo man pud ko mubuhat ug mga modules, templates, components..
hehe.. gmay lang
k2ng mambo pa sauna
maayo untag naa pud joomla org diri sa davao :P
naa na ba??

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Postby ultimoAdios » Wed May 10, 2006 1:12 pm

freakismarco wrote:Lingawa sa Open Source oie.. CMS..
Lamia muenter oie.. kahibalo man pud ko mubuhat ug mga modules, templates, components..
hehe.. gmay lang
k2ng mambo pa sauna
maayo untag naa pud joomla org diri sa davao :P
naa na ba??

bisaya ta!!



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Postby wyzemoro » Sun May 14, 2006 2:13 am

Astig wrote:Ano po ba ang kailangan ko Mr. Joomlasticman para makapag start na ako?  ???

Should I start translating /joomla/language/english.php to Filipino or meron na neto at ibang strings nalang ang kailangan i-translate? Madalas ako dito sa forums kahit minsan lang ako magpost. Wala kasi ako masyado ginagawa ngayong summer.  :)


@ Astig

pare.. pasensya na.. medyo busy lahat and same with me taking a summer class and alam muna fast pace ang lecture and everyday pa. after netong summer class and maybe mga June medyo makalugar at ayusin natin ang Translation and i will help you guide paano. thanks for helping. Welcome :)
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Postby Astig » Tue May 16, 2006 12:43 pm

Ok lng bro, hindi naman ako nagmamadali. Ineexplore ko pa din lang ang Joomla. And dami palang advantages tulad ng component at plugin system pero madami rin akong nakikitang disadvantage. Ang totoo malaki talaga ang potential na ang Joomla ang magiging standard CMS ng lahat ng developers.

Salamat sa pag reply  :D

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Postby ericb » Wed May 17, 2006 12:08 am

Astig wrote:Ok lng bro, hindi naman ako nagmamadali. Ineexplore ko pa din lang ang Joomla. And dami palang advantages tulad ng component at plugin system pero madami rin akong nakikitang disadvantage. Ang totoo malaki talaga ang potential na ang Joomla ang magiging standard CMS ng lahat ng developers.

Salamat sa pag reply  :D


disadvantage like what bro? sensya na din ngaun lang ako reply medyo busy sa opisina eh... agree ako dun sa sinabi mo na malaki ang potential ng joomla to be the Standard CMS ng mga developers... isa nang dahilan eh dahil maganda support ng community, at mas magandang gamitin kahit na anong gawin mo... pwede sya personal, pang commercial or community website... unlike ng ibang CMS na more pang-community.
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Postby Astig » Wed May 17, 2006 8:23 am

Eto ang mga napansin kong disadvantages:

Too complex for small businesses
As a developer, may presumption ako na hindi akma sa small companies ang Joomla! na nangangailangan lang ng konti at direct features. Bakit ko nasabi?

a. Kung ang goal ng isang maliit na business site ay mag display lang ng images for showcasing puposes at maliit na script para sa contact us, hindi na angkop ang gumamit pa ng Joomla!

b. Kelangan mo pang turuan at mag alot ng time para sa operating procedures lalo na sa Administrative section ng Joomla!

Philippines is still in its early age to embrace I.T.

Sa ating mga developers hindi ito totoo. Pero sa business at sa kabuuan ng bansa, konti pa lang ang nakakaalam ng importance ng I.T.

a. Konti pa lang ang nakakaalam na ang pagkakaroon ng isang website ay hindi lang basta isang tulad ng brochure na nilagay mo sa net. Konti pa lang ang nakakaalam na napakaraming transactions ang pwedeng mangyari sa website. Konti pa lang din ang nakakaalam na maraming trabaho ang pwedeng padaliin gamit ang automated process sa isang website.

b. Hindi lahat na-mamaximize ang gamit ng net. Konti lang ang may alam na may mga bagay na sa halagang $1000 na pwede mo namang makuha ng libre sa internet.

Sa madaming salita, konti pa lang sa mga Pilipino ang makakapag-maximize ng tunay na potential ng Joomla! May kasabihan nga tayo sa I.T. na kahit gaano kamahal ang bili mo sa isang gamit pang-I.T. ay wala rin itong silbi kung hindi mo naman alam gamitin ng tama. Ang kailangan nating gawin ay turuan unti-unti ang ating mga kababayan. Ito ay gagamit ng mahabang panahon kaya isinama ko sa disadvantage.

Not ready for tableless design
I may be incorrect about this. Napansin kong gumagamit parin ng table tags ang ibang modules ng Joomla! in contrast sa recommendation ng W3C patungkol sa Web 2.0. I admit mas madali talagang mag layout gamit ang tables at ngayon hindi ko parin maintindihan kung bakit gusto nilang i-pursue ang paggamit ng div at span tags kapalit ng table tags. Pero kung tableless ang recommedation, dapat tayong makisama di ba? Kelangan alisin ang table tags para maging effective ang pages mo lalo na sa mga browsers na hindi sa PC gumagana tulad ng handhelds, cellphones, screen readers at iba pang kagamitan para sa mga taong may disabilities.

Joomla! deployment on a client site must be accompanied by a good orientation.
"Ok, so this product is the top CMS... Well, tell us how to use this." This is a presumption for a client site developed using Joomla! So pano nga ba nila matututunang gamitin ito? Documentation is not enough. You need to spend time in lecture lalo na kung hindi net-savvy ang mga tuturuan mo. Pag hindi mo ito maituro ng maayos, magiging walang silbi ang Joomla! unless ikaw din ang na-assign na mag-update ng site nila; swerte mo pag ganun. Pero ang totoo, kung ganito ang klase ng clients mo, mas gugustuhin mo pang gumawa ng simpleng scripts na customized lang para sa gusto nila at kaya nilang maintindihan ng mabilis.


Eto palang ang nakikita kong disadvantages. Maaaring mali ako or hindi na ito disadvantage bukas. Mabuti na lang at entitled akong magbigay ng sariling opnion.  :D

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Postby ericb » Thu May 18, 2006 2:09 am

may point ka din 'dre... pero yung pag gamit ng CMS dun sa sinasabi mong business na magsho-showcase ng products lang ang kelangan... eh nasa Developer na din siguro yun.

pero kung dun sa mga medyo malaki nang companies na gusto gumawa ng site...  joomla ang nakita kong pinaka magandang gamitin...

about sa tableless design ... tutor ka naman hehehe...
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Postby Astig » Thu May 18, 2006 11:37 am

ericb wrote:may point ka din 'dre... pero yung pag gamit ng CMS dun sa sinasabi mong business na magsho-showcase ng products lang ang kelangan... eh nasa Developer na din siguro yun.

pero kung dun sa mga medyo malaki nang companies na gusto gumawa ng site...  joomla ang nakita kong pinaka magandang gamitin...

about sa tableless design ... tutor ka naman hehehe...


Maski yung malalaking companies kelangan mo parin turuan mag operate eh. Dapat may team talaga at kelangan yung magagaling magturo at mahaba ang pasensya.

Sa tableless design, unti-unti ko parin lang pinag-aaralan. Kasi nasanay talaga ko ng may table lalo na Dreamweaver ang gamit ko. Lately lang yata supported ng Dreamweaver yung tableless layout kaso wala pa ko copy nun. Hinihintay ko yung Adobe Dreamweaver baka maganda eh.  ???

Pero share ko etong mga links na binabasa ko habang pinag-aaralan ko CSS 2 at tableless design:
http://www.w3schools.com/css/default.asp

Eto direct link sa tableless:
http://www.w3schools.com/css/tryit.asp? ... css_float6

Yan pa lang ang nababasa ko. Marami pa kong hindi nababasa pero madami tutorials i-Google mo lang. Eto yung query gamit ko:
http://www.google.com.ph/search?hl=en&q ... arch&meta=

Pag medyo natuto nako gawa na tayo ng bago thread about sa tableless layout para mas madaling magpost pati yung ibang may alam.

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Postby SmaCker » Tue May 23, 2006 1:46 am

nice to ah .. :) keep it up

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Postby raeldc » Mon May 29, 2006 4:00 pm

Hello pips!

Kailan kaya natin matatapos ang development ng Joomla PH site? Kasi baka maunahan tayo nito: joombo.ph :D

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Postby ericb » Tue May 30, 2006 3:45 am

raeldc wrote:Hello pips!

Kailan kaya natin matatapos ang development ng Joomla PH site? Kasi baka maunahan tayo nito: joombo.ph :D



may interface na at contents nalang ang kulang nila. :P ok lang naman siguro kahit na maunahan tayo... bakit yung gumawa ng joombo eh ndi ba member dito mga bro? eh joomla din gamit nila?
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Postby franco » Fri Jul 07, 2006 5:32 am

ano na ang nangyayari sa joomla.org.ph?  tuloy pa rin ba?
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Re: volunteers/staff/team members for www.joomla.org.ph development

Postby triton » Mon Jul 24, 2006 11:35 am

When does the Joomla side online go?

The Sponsoring was in February 2006 now is End of Juli 2006.

The costs run now already.

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PS: I will stay in January 2007 in Davao City/Tagum for 1 month, if someone interest has can it me gladly visits to come or meet.

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Re: volunteers/staff/team members for www.joomla.org.ph development

Postby wyzemoro » Mon Jul 24, 2006 12:15 pm

im not sure... but i think everyone is busy. i'll ask gulliam and stingrey for updates. what happen to the website. maybe its stuck on its design :)

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