De-brief - Melbourne, Australia - Joomladay 24th Jan 2007 - Share your thoughts with us.

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Post by Moutro » Wed Jan 24, 2007 8:50 am

A big thank you to every one taking the time and effort to organize this event, it was a good turnout and Im sure the next will be even better.

I really enjoyed brads speech and his a good talker especially when it comes to quoting presidents :) i know nothing about. (Persistence)
Andrew answered a 2 of my questions over skype concerning rendering of the front page items ordering and an implantation of a more flexible design to come. Also the subject of item id not creating a pure link from the read more and title link option is also getting looked at for version 1.5.

Russ Winter was a delightful edition to the event telling us how they really do nothing at Q & T WG
Well nothing we get to see as every day users ;) as if it don't pass their tests we don't get to see it at all
so my guess is they must be doing something :) (he constantly mentioned bribing my guess is he must be part Greek)

Everyone that came also received a free cd with tones of joomla related goodies and a joomla install ready to run of cd.

Over all it was nice to place some faces behind all those posts we constantly fill our hours with reading.
Some great facts concerning joomla project were presented and one that impressed me the most is the tera bytes that a free project like this uses up daily.

p.s I won a T-Shirt

looking forward to the next one  8)
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Post by RussW » Wed Jan 24, 2007 8:55 am

Well, what a great turn out....! a full compliment from self-confessed "Joomla! Virgins" to seasoned Joomla! veterans...  You folks were just awesome....

Hope a good time was had by all, Brad and myself had a great time meeting everyone, Shayne and Andrew enjoyed conferencing on Skype.
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Post by Moutro » Wed Jan 24, 2007 9:06 am

I've just been going through the cd what a wonderful edition. Are we free to copy & distrubute to friends and clients ?
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Post by Graham Mercer » Wed Jan 24, 2007 9:06 am

From "The Joomla Virgin" perspective let me say that I found it a very informative and useful meeting. Thanks heaps to the team that put in so much effort to arrange and deliver the gathering and the free CD!
I look forward to "plunging in" and developing my first Joomla site very soon, so stand by on the forum for heaps of dumb newbie questions! ;)
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Post by brad » Wed Jan 24, 2007 9:29 am

Ha, you all look just like your pictures :P

I'm in the process of doing up a report, and a blog post... will see if I can get it done today.. if not, early tomorrow. I had a great time, and hope you all did as well.
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Post by absalom » Wed Jan 24, 2007 9:57 am

The afterparty was at Manchester Lane.. where the hardcore / stragglers talked, exchanged J! ideas and drank till about 8..

Which is, of course, running Joomla! How's that for zen co-incidence ?  8)
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Post by brad » Wed Jan 24, 2007 10:01 am

I've posted some pics and blogged about it here: http://dev.joomla.org/component/option, ... ,33/p,262/

Glad to hear you had some fun afterwards.. I had to catch the train.. nearly missed it.. as Lee almost got lost :P
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Post by absalom » Wed Jan 24, 2007 10:10 am

What should the flickr tag be again?

Interesting.. I had about 4 or 5 conversation on the politics of Mambo, being ex-3PD Standards and U&A/D&A (I think I had 3 people ask me directly why it went south in the first place) so the difference on the 'floor' is remarkably different than the perception from the podium. Perhaps this is because I'm as 'old school' as Brad is ?? (adoption of Mambo in early 2003).

Edit: Addition of floor vs podium perception shift
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Post by RussW » Wed Jan 24, 2007 10:34 am

Moutro

If you believe the CD will be of use or interest to your friends and clients, please feel free to distribute the CD's.

The content itself is either GPL/GNU or "Not-For-Profit" Creative Commons, relevant copyright notices and notices on the index pages should stay intact is the only requirement.
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Post by brad » Wed Jan 24, 2007 10:54 am

absalom wrote: What should the flickr tag be again?
I see you found it: http://www.flickr.com/groups/joomla/
[me=brad]does not know how to work Flickr[/me]
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Post by jaunzron » Wed Jan 24, 2007 11:35 am

Congrats to Brad and Company. . . coming from another joomlavirgin. . .

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Post by artful » Wed Jan 24, 2007 11:38 am

Here's a few pics I took of the day. (I can't use Flickr either)


JR - apologies but when I got home I realised after chatting to you  enthusiastically about a Melb Joomla Users group I still had my Registration form so I hope yourself and Absalom will keep me posted.
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Post by brian » Wed Jan 24, 2007 11:58 am

What was on the CD??
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Post by Moutro » Wed Jan 24, 2007 2:08 pm

brian wrote: What was on the CD??
everything widely available on joomla.org from pdf manuals to components and plugins

the fact thats its all organized in one neatly displayed joomla site that runs directly of the cd is the huge bonus.
When ever i open up the subject about joomla with friends or co workers i just hand them over a copy of the cd
knowing that their first taste of joomla will be an informative / impressive and virtual one.
heres a quick tree

Joomla! Documentation
Joomla! v1.0.12
v1.0.12 Users Guide (Official)
v1.0.12 Installation Guide (Contributed)
v1.0.12 TroubleShooting Guide (Contributed)
v1.0 Beginners Resources Guide (Contributed)

Joomla! v1.5.0
v1.5.0 (Beta) Installation Guide (Contributed)
Joomla! Distributions
Joomla! v1.0.12
v1.0.12 Final Distribution Files (Local)
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Joomla! Online Demo Sites
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Joomla! Tools and Utilities
v1.0.12 Diagnostics (Contributed)
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Post by RussW » Wed Jan 24, 2007 2:10 pm

Hey Brian, good to see you mate,

CD Contents:
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  •   Joomla! Wallpaper/Background (Black and White)
     
  •   1.0 Install Guide
     
  •   1.5 Beta Install Guide
     
  •   Joomla! Official User Guide
     
  •   Newbies Guide to the Forums and FAQ's
     
  •   1.0.12 Full/Patch & 1.5 Beta1 Source
     
  •   Live Demo Application of 1.0.12 & 1.5 (Windows Only) (like your Live CD's you have made in the past)
     
  •   Selection of Extensions
     
  •   Selection of handy tools and scripts from the forum contributions, like WebSmurfs Diagnostics etc
Don't think I have missed anything.
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Post by RussW » Wed Jan 24, 2007 2:11 pm

Thanks Moutro

beat me to it :D
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Post by brian » Wed Jan 24, 2007 2:12 pm

Regarding the live demo bit. Was it mine? I only ask because I've just been notified of a serious bug in the 1.0 version that will prevent joomla  loading correctly in certain circumstances. I'm trying to work on a fix for it right now.
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Post by Wallies » Wed Jan 24, 2007 11:01 pm

What is this I read about the possibility of a Brisbane event, because that would be awesome. I am a final year IT student at university and currently doing a website from scratch with Joomla, being doing on and off starting late last year and it is looking okay at the moment. My university griffith university has also used Joomla to create some of its websites as well, and I am a huge fan.
Would love to know the details when they come to light.

Thanks

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Post by brad » Wed Jan 24, 2007 11:11 pm

We're already talking about a Bris JoomlaDay.

BTW, my brother goes to Griffith Uni as well, and was involved with the development of that Joomla site you are talking about. :)
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Post by aRJAy » Wed Jan 24, 2007 11:14 pm

Thank you Brad, Russ and Robyn for helping to put together a terrific meet.
In a short space of time we managed to group together 55-60 people - like bees to honey. There were some that I spoke to that only heard about the event 2 hours prior to the starting time! Great effort to get out of work at such short notice!
The feedback I received was all positive. The only noticable element of absenteeism was Russ's red nose and cowbot hat. He's promised to bring both to our next meet!
Talking of which... If anyone would care to lend a hand in helping to plan and arrange a 'next meet' please feel free to put up your hand and/or PM me. Based on the registration forms completed, most (if not all) that attended filled out a registration form that indicated interest in meeting again. I have a few venues (in Melb City) in mind and have started contacting them today.
In the words of Alfred Tennyson - "I am a part of all that I have met."
It was great to meet with you all yesterday and I look forward to our next.

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Post by Wallies » Wed Jan 24, 2007 11:19 pm

I would be so up for a bris event, be good to discuss how people designed there Joomla sites and all things Joomla.
You bro must of been a pretty good at Joomla cause that site came out pretty good, I sat with them one day when they were working on it.
Keep me informed of any goings on witht he Bris event

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Post by bgrinter » Thu Jan 25, 2007 1:42 am

I would be interested in attending a Sydney event. Anyone else from Sydney?
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Post by brad » Thu Jan 25, 2007 2:05 am

How about you guys start your own thread on that, this one is about the Melbourne event ;)

BTW I am from NSW, and a Syd/Bris event are both ones I would attend.
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Post by an52 » Thu Jan 25, 2007 2:13 am

I repeat the thanks to Brad, Russ, Robyn and the sponsors. It was great to meet a room full of people who spoke my language and share their knowledge.

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Post by RussW » Thu Jan 25, 2007 3:02 am

Folks

It just dawned on me that the CD provided no information on the usage of any of the "Tools and Utilities" Section items, following URL's are posts relating to the use of each of these, and posts regarding a couple of other queries mentioned on the day.

From The Melbourne Joomla! Day CD

  WebSmurf's Excellent Joomla! Diagnostics
      http://forum.joomla.org/index.php/topic,53052.0.html

  Joomla! Automated Instance Version Check
      http://forum.joomla.org/index.php/topic,71988.0.html

  Joomla! Automated Extensions Version Check
      http://forum.joomla.org/index.php/topic,92703.0.html

  Administrators Password Auto-Change Script
      http://forum.joomla.org/index.php/topic,92696.0.html

  MySQL DataBase Optimisation Scrpt
      http://forum.joomla.org/index.php/topic,113965.0.html

  Joomla! Installation HealthCheck/Audit
      Yet to be posted publically, nearing final testing now.
      Posted script will contain updates for additional Tests/Audit.
      Watch this space...!


 

  Not On The Melbourne Joomla! Day CD

  A few folks asked about how to create a demo site that refreshes/resets on a regular basis...
  Creating A Demo Refresh
      http://forum.joomla.org/index.php/topic,42048.0.html

  Permissions were also mentioned by some...
  FAQ: Joomla! Permissions Overview
      http://forum.joomla.org/index.php/topic,121470.0.html

  Potential Exploit Checking Script
      http://forum.joomla.org/index.php/topic,92678.0.html

  Interactive Joomla! Tutorials
      http://www.joomlatutorials.com
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Post by ahmad » Thu Jan 25, 2007 3:27 am

congrats for that great day guys :)

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Post by jaunzron » Fri Jan 26, 2007 12:31 am

Thanks for listing relevant topics of the Joomla CD. Am exploring if someone can spare me a copy of the Joomla CD - it will be very useful for me being a joomla beginner. . .

Thanks in advance. Will provide my nsw contact address privately to potential provider.

Cheers. . .

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Moutro wrote:
brian wrote: What was on the CD??
everything widely available on joomla.org from pdf manuals to components and plugins

the fact thats its all organized in one neatly displayed joomla site that runs directly of the cd is the huge bonus.
When ever i open up the subject about joomla with friends or co workers i just hand them over a copy of the cd
knowing that their first taste of joomla will be an informative / impressive and virtual one.
heres a quick tree

Joomla! Documentation
Joomla! v1.0.12
v1.0.12 Users Guide (Official)
v1.0.12 Installation Guide (Contributed)
v1.0.12 TroubleShooting Guide (Contributed)
v1.0 Beginners Resources Guide (Contributed)

Joomla! v1.5.0
v1.5.0 (Beta) Installation Guide (Contributed)
Joomla! Distributions
Joomla! v1.0.12
v1.0.12 Final Distribution Files (Local)
v1.0.12 Final Distribution Files (Forge)

Joomla! v1.5.0
v1.5.0 Beta Distribution Files (Local)
v1.5.0 Beta Distribution Files (Forge)
v1.5.0 Beta Nightly Builds (Dev Site)
v1.5.0 SubVersion (Registration Req'd)

Joomla! Online Demo Sites
v1.0.12 Online Demo
v1.5.0 Online Demo

Joomla! Live CD Demo's
v1.0 Live Demo (Windows Only)
v1.5 Live Demo (Windows Only)
Experimental, only Windows and if CD auto-run enabled. Problems? Refer CD_Problems_README.txt on CD.  Joomla! Extensions
Components
DocMan, Document Management
JCE, Editor
JooMap, Site Map
JoomlaBoard, Forum
JoomlaXplorer, File Management
myContent, Frontend Editor
VirtuMart, e-Commerce
JoomFish, Multi-Language
Community Builder, User Management

Modules
AdSense, Span, ClickSafe
SectionNav, Navigation
Resize Font, Accessibility

Joomla! Tools and Utilities
v1.0.12 Diagnostics (Contributed)
v1.0 Health Check (Contributed)
MySQL DataBase Optimisation (Contributed)
Joomla! Installation Audit (Contributed)
Joomla! Extensions Audit (Contributed)

Joomla! Wallpapers (White) (Contributed)
Joomla! Wallpapers (Black) (Contributed)
Joomla! Links
Open Source Matters
Joomla!
Joomla! Forums
Joomla! Help Site
Joomla! Tutorials
Joomla! Extensions
Joomla! Developers Network


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Post by Tonie » Sat Jan 27, 2007 12:47 pm

Russ and Robyn, thanks for all the work you've done for this event!!!!! Sounds you all had a really good time up there. I was close, but not close enough to attend.

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Post by RussW » Sat Jan 27, 2007 2:10 pm

Tonie

Thanks a lot, would have been fantastic to have you there, but a much needed vacation with family is much more important. I do hope you both are enjoying Australia.
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Post by lc.lp » Mon Jan 29, 2007 5:12 am

Thanks for the coffee and opportunity to network.  It was worth the trip from Ballarat.  It's amazing that a chat between a couple of core team members exploded into an event of that size.  Thanks also, for the shirt (which caused some jealousy in both my boss and my husband).

Cheers,
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