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THM Gießen has been organising "Web Programming Weeks" for 10 years. On the occasion of this year's anniversary, the Faculty of Mathematics, Natural Sciences and Computer Science (MNI) once again offered the opportunity to work intensively with the Joomla CMS.
Joomla has made it an habit to win one of the key CMS Critic awards for the past four years. It is time to make it happen again this year and make it a Fantastic Five!
Joomla 4.0 is on the horizon, but over 200 bugs and feature requests are untested, which means, they cannot go into the Joomla core. As a main rule, new functions for Joomla have to be tested before they can be merged into an official release. Usually it takes only a few minutes and Joomla becomes better and better.
Since the beginning of May a dedicated Joomla Team have been working on a Privacy Tool Suite to help ensure compliance of your websites with privacy regulations.
We need your help to reach the next milestone! Community testing is very important in an Open Source project, like Joomla, to ensure a quality product.
Community members and extension developers, please test these new extensions in every way possible so that we can merge this Privacy Tool Suite to Joomla 3.9 and then enter the release lifecycle (alpha, beta, release candidate and stable).
If you don’t know exactly what the Privacy Tool Suite is, we encourage you to read this thread: https://github.com/joomla/joomla-cms/pull/20800.