Category Archives: Documentor

Telspace Systems findings on phpList – Story Time

The article below was initially published on the Telspace Systems blog under the “Creative Commons – Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International (CC BY-SA 4.0)” license. This article describes step by step Telspace Systems’ findings on phpList. Special thanks to Dino Covotsos for reaching out and for putting together this article! Both issues are now fixed and included… [+]

WIP: localisations’ integration

For a few months now many people have been asking how translations are integrated within phpList. On both the translations’ mailing list and community forum people have been wondering what happens with their contributions once they submit them. Honestly, it is amazing to see that you spend some time to translate phpList in your native… [+]

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… [+]

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New guide for use of phpList logos and trademarks

Today new advice on how to use trademarks related to phpList has been published as the Trademark Guidelines. phpList is used widely for both sending and managing email campaigns, and also providing newsletter services and software from community members to others. Because it is Open Source software both created and deployed by an international community,… [+]

phpList Hack Sprint in Albania

By Suela Palushi, event organiser and Business Informatics student in Tirana, Albania Photography by Andis Rado After a very successful translation sprint where thanks to team work our contributors got to translate phpList to Albanian (all in one night :D) this time we thought to get hands on some more technical stuff. So on 10th October… [+]

Giving the community room to grow: phplist.org is coming soon

At the end of May, we will be launching phplist.org, a brand new website which will upgrade the current community site and all community resources including forums, documentation, download and blog. The new site will be focused (like a laser beam) on the phpList community, including all self-hosted and self-service resources. There will be room… [+]