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The Sites and Infrastructure Working Group is responsible for maintaining a productive, jovial forum for efficient, open communication between everyone involved in the project.
 
The Sites and Infrastructure Working Group is responsible for maintaining a productive, jovial forum for efficient, open communication between everyone involved in the project.
  
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We have well over 100 members in the S&I Workgroup.
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See a list of [http://forum.joomla.org/memberlist.php?mode=group&g=10 current members here].
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[http://forum.joomla.org/memberlist.php?mode=group&g=34 Global Moderators]
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== How can you help? ==
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The [http://forum.joomla.org/viewtopic.php?f=8&t=65 forum rules] contain the guidelines that allows our community to operate effectively and smoothly. As an end user of this support system you can help the moderators by using the 'report to moderator' link next to any post you feel violates the rules.
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However the best way you can assist the moderators, is by getting involved in our community and helping to enhance the support system we provide to the end users of our forums.  Your contributions are greatly appreciated, not only by the Core Team, but by the thousands of users we support via our forums.
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Thank you one and all!
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Revision as of 10:29, 13 November 2012

Workgroups sites.jpg

The Sites and Infrastructure Working Group is responsible for maintaining a productive, jovial forum for efficient, open communication between everyone involved in the project.

We have well over 100 members in the S&I Workgroup.

See a list of current members here.

Global Moderators

How can you help?

The forum rules contain the guidelines that allows our community to operate effectively and smoothly. As an end user of this support system you can help the moderators by using the 'report to moderator' link next to any post you feel violates the rules.

However the best way you can assist the moderators, is by getting involved in our community and helping to enhance the support system we provide to the end users of our forums. Your contributions are greatly appreciated, not only by the Core Team, but by the thousands of users we support via our forums.


Thank you one and all!