In this issue:

  • What's On - Forthcoming events from February 2012 onwards
  • What's New - New reports and initiatives since the last issue
  • What's What - Institutional Research Data Management services: a growing trend - Sarah Jones, DCC
  • Who's Who - Sixty second interview with Kate Jennings, Tate
  • One World - Digital Preservation in France - Louise Fauduet, Bibliothèque nationale de France
  • Your View? - Comments and views from readers

What's New is a joint publication of the DPC and DCC

In this issue:

  • What's On - Forthcoming events from January 2012 onwards
  • What's New - New reports and initiatives since the last issue
  • What's What - The Next Big Thing - William Kilbride, DPC
  • Who's Who - Sixty second interview with Lee Hibberd, National Library of Scotland
  • One World - Digital Preservation in Spain - Alice Keefer and Miquel Térmens, University of Barcelona
  • Your View? - Comments and views from readers

What's New is a joint publication of the DPC and DCC

This article deliberately archived as an example.

As with previous releases, Joomla! provides a unified and easy-to-use framework for delivering content for Web sites of all kinds. To support the changing nature of the Internet and emerging Web technologies, Joomla! required substantial restructuring of its core functionality and we also used this effort to simplify many challenges within the current user interface. Joomla! 1.5 has many new features.

In Joomla! 1.5, you''ll notice:

  • Substantially improved usability, manageability, and scalability far beyond the original Mambo foundations
  • Expanded accessibility to support internationalisation, double-byte characters and right-to-left support for Arabic, Farsi, and Hebrew languages among others
  • Extended integration of external applications through Web services
  • Enhanced content delivery, template and presentation capabilities to support accessibility standards and content delivery to any destination
  • A more sustainable and flexible framework for Component and Extension developers
  • Backward compatibility with previous releases of Components, Templates, Modules, and other Extensions

September 2008 - December 2008

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Compiled by Najla Rettberg for the Digital Preservation Coalition (DPC) and reviewed by PADI, The National Library of Australia

30 January 2009

This is an archived issue of What's New.

Also available as a print-friendly PDF (241KB).

Known problem links in online versions and PDFs are disabled (or updated when the issue is current) but it is not always possible to annotate the amendments in PDFs with a date or other information which may appear in the online version.

  • Curation Costs Exchange

    The Curation Costs Exchange (CCEx) is a community owned platform which helps organisations of any kind assess the costs of curation practices through comparison and analysis. The CCEx aims to provide real  information about costs to help make more informed investments in digital curation.

    Compare costs
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