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Joomla and Mambo history?

Post by 84R7 » Mon Feb 25, 2013 11:35 am

Hi,

I give history together Joomla, Joomla versions especially. Joomla belong to history, of course, Mambo system from which Joomla based (once based).
I made such a list of versions (history and actually what is joomla):
http://www.joomlaportal.cz/index.php/do ... -je-joomla
. Here in the Czech Republic is a Joomla! very popular. I want to map it completely.
Looking Mambo version that came out (ie sign and date), I want to make it a time graph.

So far I have these versions Mambo, but I do not know whether the data and time data at all correct. In addition, this list is incomplete. Unfortunately, data can not be traced anywhere (or do not know how). Could someone please help and give you some of your very valuable time?

Thank you very much.

Mambo:
3.0.0 - 7 May 2001
3.0.1 - 11 May 2001
3.0.2 - 23 May 2001
3.0.3 - 6 June 2001
3.0.4 - 29 June 2001
3.0.5 - 19 July 2001
3.0.6 -??
3.0.7 -??

?
?
?

4.0 Build 7 Beta - 8 November 2002
4.0 Build 8 Beta - 11 November 2002
4.0 Build 9 Beta - 18 November 2002
4.0 Build 10 Beta - 22 November 2002

4.0.11 - 1 December 2002

4.0.12 Beta - 24 December 2002
4.0.12 Beta 2 to 15 January 2003
4.0.12 Beta 3 to 17 January 2003

4.0.12 RC1 - 13 February 2003
4.0.12 RC2 - 25 February 2003
4.0.12 RC3 - 24 February 2003

4.0.12 - 7 March 2003


4.5.1 Beta 2 to 23 July 2004


4.5.2.1 - 10 May 2005
4.5.2.3 - 5 July 2005

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4.5.3 - 30 November 2005
4.5.3h - 2 January 2006
4.5.4 - 31 May 2006
4.5.4 Security Patch 1 to 20 June 2006
4.5.4 Security Patch 2 to 7 August 2006
4.6 - 18 August 2006
4.6.1 - 8 January 2007
4.6.2 - 2 May 2007
4.6.3 - 26 December 2007
4.6.4 - 9 June 2008
4.6.5 - 10 October 2008

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Re: Joomla and Mambo history?

Post by 84R7 » Tue Feb 26, 2013 9:31 am

No one? I thought that there will be more willing to do the people and help me with good things. Unfortunately, I was quite disappointed.
I would like the time provided the graph Mambo - Joomla, if you'd like.

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Re: Joomla and Mambo history?

Post by Chris Davenport » Tue Feb 26, 2013 10:02 am

Maybe people just don't know. This is ancient history and personally, I've long since deleted all that old stuff. Maybe you should ask the question on the Mambo forum.

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Re: Joomla and Mambo history?

Post by Tonie » Tue Feb 26, 2013 10:13 am

Same here, I've long deleted all Mambo related stuff

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Re: Joomla and Mambo history?

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"Exploited yesterday... Hacked tomorrow"
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Re: Joomla and Mambo history?

Post by Tonie » Tue Feb 26, 2013 10:44 am

Nice find!

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Re: Joomla and Mambo history?

Post by brian » Tue Feb 26, 2013 10:46 am

It was how I found mambo in the first place back in the old days (that site used to be called freshmeat)
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Re: Joomla and Mambo history?

Post by 84R7 » Tue Feb 26, 2013 10:50 am

Thank you for your reply.
Yes I agree with you on the past, it is necessary to draw a line and I am glad that there is a Joomla. But history can not erase or forget it. It is good to learn from it. Joomla! (at least the first version) is based on Mambo and so nedomyslitelně belongs historically to Joomla.

I want to do surveillance time graph (to version 4.5.2.3).

Just do not know where I am on that forum Mambo ask? I do not know of any active.

thank you

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Re: Joomla and Mambo history?

Post by brian » Tue Feb 26, 2013 11:53 am

You dont need to ask - EVERYTHING you need is in the link I posted above
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Re: Joomla and Mambo history?

Post by 84R7 » Tue Feb 26, 2013 12:11 pm

Thank you Brian. I'm not so stupid that I did not do anything to look before I ask.
Discuss more about this topic in the Polish forum Joomla: http://forum.joomla.pl/showthread.php?6 ... o-historia

I was looking for where you write and also here:
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Unfortunately, the same way that there is insufficient information. It would suffice to me if someone gave me the contact of a man who developed Mambo (eg CEO, programmers and others). I would just ask them. They could possibly help me and they would lose me some time or possibly not.

Thank you all so far. If someone found something, please let me know. Thank you again.

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Re: Joomla and Mambo history?

Post by brian » Tue Feb 26, 2013 12:16 pm

ALL the information you requested is in the links provided
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