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(this post was originally written by Nick Griffith of importblogkit.com on July 15th, 2015 but sadly his website is now unavailable - it's reposted for archival purposes as it's a personal favorite)

One of my biggest pet peeves is listening to other programmers claim that a particular piece of source code simply “does not work” when they are seeking debugging help.

Claiming something “does not work” isn’t what one programmer says to another programmer.  The phrase “does not work” should be reserved for when you’re taking your car to the mechanic and you don’t have a clue what’s wrong with it.  If you’re telling a programmer that a particular piece of source code simply “does not work”, then you should no longer consider yourself a programmer.

F-i-n-a-l-l-y! Goodbye, adieu, sayonara, άντε γεια & good riddance to Joomla LTS releases!

The Joomla team has decided to ditch the Ubuntu style release cycle (a truly WTF decision in the first place) and once and for all end confusion to developers, users, customers and clients from hell.

This means that the current release (3.x) is the current stable release. There is NO need to use Joomla 2.5 anymore. It won't be more stable compared to Joomla 3.x. And when 4.x is released, that will be the new stable release and so on.

An exception will be made for Joomla 2.5 and it will be supported until the end of 2014. Joomla development will then shift entirely to Joomla 3.x.
The community of K2 has spoken through the poll I got up yesterday on the frontpage of the K2 Community website. An email was previously sent to all our members letting them know of this poll, as well as the reasons we chose to resolve into such a poll.