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Joomla! Project Announced
September 06, 2005 @ 05:59:02

As I'm sure everyone has heard by now, the ex-developers from the Mambo project that split off a while back have joined forced to create the Joomla content management system.

Joomla! is a Content Management System (CMS) created by the same award-winning team that brought the Mambo CMS to its current state of stardom.

What sets Joomla! apart from the rest is our dedication to keeping things as simple as possible, while providing the most features possible. Finally, non-technical people can have complete control over their websites without paying exhorbitant amounts for closed, proprietary software.

Joomla! is more than just software, it is people. The community behind Joomla! includes developers, designers, systems administrators, translators, content writers, and most importantly the end users. We welcome you to our community, and look forward to the future with great excitement!

It's good to see the developers "getting back to their roots" and working on a project that really seems to care about what the users want and are talking about. It'll also be interesting to see how the two progress differently (Joomla! and Mambo)...

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