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Dear Isac, Welcome to Joomla! Documentation!

Yes, welcome! This site is dedicated to documenting Joomla!, the CMS software behind many websites!

You have now been added to documentation as a translator! If you check the page Documentation Translators, you should see your username. Please, take a look at the following pages. They might prove useful to you as a new translator here:

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Thanks, and regards, (Sandra97 (talk) 09:26, 6 April 2017 (CDT))


Just to inform you that we can't keep your edits on my User Page. This page was a temporary page to work on the new roadmap page which is now published on

Further more, your content is part of a GSoC projet, we don't put GSoC project on the roadmap until we have them all confirmed. And note we don't put anything on the roadmap which won't be part of a product release.

Note that I'm gonna delete the page.

So that you don't lose your work, here is a copy of your edits:

Joomla Parallel Testing Environment

Distributed testing environment for Joomla code and features. By running the tests in a parallel (container-based) environment, the speed is increased, therefore early feedback can be given on PR requests.

  • Beta Version -> end of August (part of GSoC project)
Proposed Features
  • Virtualisation repository builds and loads the containers (MySQL, PHP/Apache and Joomla). More specifically, MySQL container, PHP/Apache server container with PHP 5.4, 5.5, 5.6, 7.0, 7.1, combined with Joomla 3.7 (latest release), 3.8 (next version, currently in preparation) and staging.
  • The main coordinator will load the tests required for each PR(for the Beta Version, only the Weblinks repository is supported), generate the logic for them in order to be run on parallel and report back to GitHub, as well as generate a local results file.
  • Nightly builder of the staging version of Joomla(container-based).
  • Delivering fast results for unit tests when a PR is made will ease the work of contributors.
  • A scalable testing environment will ease the future integration of more server configurations and a greater coverage of the tests, such as for Joomla CMS.

(Sandra97 (talk) 15:23, 3 April 2017 (CDT))