Interview with Brad Baker - Joomla Community Administrator

  1. The Sandman

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  2. projectego

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    Great interview. It's always interesting to learn more about the guys who work behind the scenes at some of the highest profile CMS' on the 'net. :)
     
  3. Ni9htRider

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    I agree, that is a great interview.

    That's a possible future for many webmasters on this forum.
     
  4. hitgirl

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    Ahh, a fellow Australian! I live just north of Byron Bay! :)

    Great interview. ;)
     
  5. ryvil

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    yeah thats pretty great:rofl:
     
  6. hiphopave.net

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    I've never tried using Joomla with a forum. Has anyone had any success with this? I always thought vBA as the best front end CMS with vbulletin...
     
  7. fireworking

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    Joomla with a forums is very complicated though. But is is also very interesting. I enjoyed reading this. Thanks.
     
  8. datatrond

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    I have been using Joomla since 2005. I've also been using Mambo, Drupal, and other content management systems. My best experience is working with Joomla CMS. It is extremely robust and flexible! When combining Joomla with PHPBB/Fireboard you will have a very good forum application running. If you want to expand further with a social network you can install and use Jomsocial that also let users show their last forum posts in module positions on different positions on their profiles and more. I don't think Joomla has any really good blogging extensions yet so I've integrated wordpress into the site to handle the blogging. Regarding forum applications Joomla has a wide range of different forum extensions available and it is also possible to install and use bridges to most forum applications available!

    Nice Interview! :)

    Best regards,
    Trond
     
    Last edited: Jul 19, 2009
  9. devilishsaint

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    Superb Session thanks for sharing.
     
  10. Samyan

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    Great Interview.
    I was wondering is it possible to create a "games site" with Joomla? Something a bit like Miniclip or site like that?
     
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  11. OrangeCrush

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    Very interesting read! Seems like one hell of a smart guy.