All posts by Mariana Balla

Share your own phpList experience

There’s a new place to showcase your phpList pages and campaigns, and give thanks for community support that you’ve received. Share your phpList story in the community section of the forum. Express gratitude Have you received help or advice on the phpList forum or GitHub? How have you adapted phpList to suit your needs? How… [+]

Introducing the new phpList manual

The phpList manual now has a new look and runs on fresh Open Source documentation software called BookStack. In the manual you can find essential information on how to customise your phpList installation, how to import your first subscribers, how to integrate phpList with your website, how to evaluate your first statistics, and much, much… [+]

Dropping Dressprow theme from future releases

phpList was initially launched back in 2000, the first Open Source email marketing software. Since that date a lot have changed on the product itself and the people who contribute to making it possible. All these years phpList has improved in various directions in an effort to meet the needs of its users. “Trevelin” was… [+]

phpList manual: we need your screenshots

The phpList manual now has a new home on BookStack, an Open Source documentation software. The new version of this manual contains updated information which describes the latest versions of phpList and updated illustrations. Want to help and bring your use case on the phpList manual? On the 45 chapters of the Manual all users… [+]

phpList infobooth at OSCAL

Attending Open Source Conference Albania – OSCAL

For the fourth year in a row phpList was present at the Open Source Conference Albania (OSCAL) which takes place in Tirana, Albania. OSCAL is an annual conference in organised each May to promote software freedom, Open Source software, Free Culture and Open Knowledge. Once again, phpList supported and sponsored the event. OSCAL brings together… [+]

Localising phpList: Pootle to Weblate

For many years the phpList community has been successfully localising phpList, with 17 languages close to 100% supported, and phpList servers installed in 83 countries. But, why “localise” and not “translate”? The aim is to adapt phpList in a comprehensive and user friendly way, rather than merely translating individual words or sentences. For a long… [+]

phpList Community Developer’s meeting

The phpList community consists of a large number of users and contributors who provide information and develop the future of the project. Last week we had an online meeting of leading community members which took place to discuss recent phpList changes and plans. Four contributors and three phpList Ltd staff participated. After catching up on… [+]