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As you may have seen, Joomla 1.6.0 Stable was released yesterday, and JoomlArt wants to make sure you have the Joomla 1.6 Components, Modules and Plugins you need to build your site using the latest Joomla release. JoomlArt has already released 22 Extensions for the Joomla 1.6.0 release, and we’re working hard to get even more extensions updated to 1.6.0. in the coming days!

Joomla! 1.6 is being released today as General Availability, or in other words, Joomla 1.6.0. This is a huge milestone for the Joomla project, and JoomlArt would like to thank the entire Joomla Community for making this happen.

It has taken a lot of work, dedication, planning and execution from a lot of great minds to bring the world’s best Free and Open Source Content Management System to us, but it’s finally here!

Welcome Drupal 7

Tomorrow JAN 7th there will be a big Drupal 7 Release party, held on every place around the globe, in big cities and in small villages. Meetings with over 100+ enthusiasts but also little groups of 10 guys are coming together. The list of attendees may vary. But not the euphoria of an open-minded ("open-source") community of Drupal developers, themers and users to receive Drupal 7.

If you haven’t seen the JoomlArt 2010 Recap post here on the blog, we covered alot of what JoomlArt Template Club did during the past year, but also touched on a few things we have planned for 2011. The JoomlArt Community continues to grow at a frantic pace, and we are working hard to make your experience at JoomlArt even better. Here’s some of what’s in store in the coming weeks.

On behalf of the whole JoomlArt team I wish you all the best for the year 2011. May most of your resolutions will get realized.

Only some hours left for most of you until the old year is gone. We would like to devote these last few hours rethinking about what has been achieved by our team and what not. We had a very ambitious plan at the beginning of 2010. We could not accomplished all our targets, but what we could is not too bad either:

Nowadays it's nothing new to people, the concept "Try It Before You Buy". Especially in beauty shops you are offered to test free trial sized products like shampoo or lotions for instance. So the question is, does it make any sense, if the product is of low quality owners would let anybody test before paying? NO of course not! They firmly trust in the quality of their own products which allows them to approach new customers with a free sample trial.

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