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Howdy pardner...

I'd like to welcome you to this here page o'mine, which has been whipped up in no time flat to give some support and outside discussion to the presently stunned Mambo open source project and community.

Why you say? What the heck is this all about? Well pilgrim, you've found yer way to just the place ya'll need to be to get those queries answered. Sure 'nuff this here place is where we can maybe have a chuckle over what's been goin' down of late, maybe even open some eyes to where this all could be headed.

So kick back in front o' the fire and we'll spin some yarns about what could be the biggest showdown Mambo has ever seen in the ol' west

Thankye kindly fer visitin',

The Lone Mamber

Friday, August 19, 2005

MJJ Source Tell Miro To Beat It!

Well pardners, this has to be the biggest sign of support for the core team and the new community that's formin' around them. Surely it don't get no bigger than... Michael Jackson!

That's right folks, on this day the official Michael Jackson site, MJJ Source changed their site credits to show their support for the move the core team has made to split from Miro.

This site has been developed using the open source software formerly called Mambo. This is a full-featured content management system that can be used for everything from simple websites to complex corporate applications. Currently this software is being rebranded by the developer's team.

I had a look-see earlier today and saw the now completely Miro controlled mamboserver.com has removed the 'gallery of mambo sites' page, quite likely 'cos of this move by MJJ Source and maybe other sites listed in that showcase...

This here's just the beginning folks, right now if you're behind this movement to support the core dev team and the new project, do your bit to keep spreadin' the word, and mosie on over to Open Source Matters. Let's turn this ol' dance into a stampede.

And Miro - it's too late to change the time, and there's blood on the dancefloor, aint no-one here dancin' to mambo no more...