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End of Life does not mean end of $$$$ opportunity

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8 years 3 weeks ago #24392 by djsthethinkery
djsthethinkery created the topic: End of Life does not mean end of $$$$ opportunity
I am seriously considering getting report card!

The FAQ and one forum post I see here are not clear on whether I can create self-contained testimonial pages so that only testimonials for a category display there. The FAQ answer re-iterates that the "main page" can be limited by category - which does not clarify whether that can then be applied to multiple pages.

Another concern is how quickly you are ending updates based on Joomla's EOL announcements. I have a core business site that runs on J1.5 and has many extensions - the effort to move it forward would be monumental and won't happen anytime soon.

J 1.5 was a break out release that allowed some cool sites to be built. Similar to how software developers are still making making a lot of money supporting Windows XP - even 14 years after it is no longer developed.

In otherwords, product adoption and upgrading trails vendors End Of Life announcements significantly - following the actual product usage means more $$$$, even though it is a pain to support multiple target development.

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