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Two LinuxWorld Awards for Joomla!

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Joomla! has been awarded two prestigious awards at the Linux & Open Source Awards in London this month.

The Joomla! project won “Best Linux / Open Source Project” for 2005. The project’s lead Andrew Eddie said the award demonstrates high levels of trust and faith from the Open Source Community.

The Joomla development team, which had previously taken Mambo to its former stardom, is now concentrating on crafting “the best open source project possible.”

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