[nSLUG] Joomla work or training

Brandon W. Uhlman brandon.uhlman at bclibrary.ca
Fri Oct 10 13:54:11 ADT 2008

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> Date: Thu, 09 Oct 2008 16:10:43 -0300
> From: "Aaron Russell" <arussell at ssrsb.ca>
> Subject: [nSLUG] Joomla work or training
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> Hello
> Does one know any Canadian business that does Joomla work or training?
> Yes, I can find lots of Joomla books to buy but I am looking to make  
>  and create a more advanced Joomla website. I am looking to make    
> three tiers of content with password controlled access and editing   
> rights.
> Example: The homepage administrator to the main sections only   
> administrator level and then to the subsections administrator level.  
>  While making the whole site as simple and intuitive as possible.
> My thanks to any or all of your comments.
> Aaron

Hi, Aaron.

The Nova Scotia municipal website venture  
(http://www.municipal-website-venture.com/) is Joomla-based.  
Bridgewater (www.bridgewater.ca) and both Lunenburg town  
(www.explorelunenburg.ca) and Lunenburg municipality (www.modl.ca) are  
members of the venture. The folks in charge of the websites at any of  
those municipal units [which are all conveniently located in SSRSB's  
service area :-)] would probably be able to point you to whoever leads  
the website venture.

If you weren't locked into Joomla, South Shore Public Libraries  
(www.southshorepubliclibraries.ca) has some Plone experience and might  
be able to help you out. My current place of work also uses Joomla for  
their extranet, so depending on what you need to do, I might be able  
to offer some advice.



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