Last week, David Opati Aswani visited us here in Fitou, France. He is doing a lot for the Joomla project in East Africa and I met him for the first time in Bangalore, India at JWC15 (Joomla – A Social Movement In Tech Industry?). He invited me to CMSSummit 2016 in Kampala, Uganda and I… Continue reading Iron Blogger & Joomla!
Two weeks ago Steve Burge was looking for “a reliable Drupal developer working as freelancer, not within a big agency”. Can anyone recommend a reliable Drupal developer working as a freelancers, not within a big agency? — Steve Burge (@SteveJBurge) January 27, 2016 and Roger Perren mentioned me @SteveJBurge try to contact @hagengraf — Roger… Continue reading I’m a reliable Drupal developer working as freelancer, not within a big agency
I was a bit desperate today, while trying to update my owncloud from version 8.2.1 to 8.2.2. I always got this message in red characters. Update failed. Unable to move /DOCUMENTROOT/_oc-upgrade/126.96.36.199/core/resources to /DOCUMENTROOT/resources First I thought the problems were wrong permissions, but the solution is much easier. The owncloud version number in the file [DOCUMENTROOT]/owncloud/apps/updater/lib/location/core.php… Continue reading Problem with Update from OwnCloud 8.2.1 to 8.2.2 – [solved]
So you have this bloody old Drupal 6 website and have to upgrade it to Drupal 8? Good news! It’s possible to transfer most of your data! Easy solution -> start watching this incredible video (Video is removed from YouTube :( see comment) In theory they are right! My experiences in detail I work on my… Continue reading Upgrade from Drupal 6 to 8
I was looking for a collection of news related to #jwc15 and found nothing official so I started this collection. If you published something too, please let me know! Articles/blogs Writing together with new contributors at #jwc15 – Ruchika Nagarkar – 06 Nov. 2015 Day 1 of the Joomla World Conference 2015 – Kiddy/Jayshree Vijay… Continue reading #jwc15 Articles, Slides, Videos
It is simply amazing to talk to people from 5 continents over a few days. It’s even more amazing to do that in a place like Bangalore, India where the Joomla World Conference just took place (6-8 Nov 2015). The Indian population stands for >17% of the worlds population. In Bangalore are living more people… Continue reading Joomla – A Social Movement In Tech Industry?
As you see above, I’m on my way to India to present at Joomla World Conference in Bangalore, India (November 8th) . The title of the session sounds simple, but it’s a big issue around the globe. In addition to this great community, the whole Joomla love, peace, any Joomla Pizza, each Joomla beer and… Continue reading How to make money with Joomla? SURVEY
In 2006 we moved to France, bought an old house and spent several years restoring it. From this one building we created three stylish apartments and a spacious, comfortable office. The house is situated in the heart of Fitou, an ancient wine-producing village in the south of France. Only minutes from Mediterranean beaches, Fitou also… Continue reading Why not living in the South of France? We are selling our House!
English: Freifunk (German for: “free radio/free wifi”) is a non-commercial open Grassroots initiative to support free radio networks. Freifunk is part of that international movement for open wireless radio networks. The initiative is based on the Picopeering Agreement. In this agreement participants agree upon a network that is free from discrimination, in the sense of… Continue reading Free/Libre/Freies WiFi in/à Fitou? EN, DE, FR
This weekend Christine and I attended Joomla!day New England in Brattleboro, Vermont, USA. The event took place in the local Marlboro College Graduate School and was organised by Jen Kramer, Andrea Tarr and many more people (btw, they should be mentioned somewhere on the site). It started Friday evening with a template workshop held by… Continue reading JoomlaDay New England