March 18th, 2013
The User Article Manager (UAM) gives users the ability to create, edit and publish items from a list of articles displayed in the front end of a Joomla! Installation. The project has been forked from the popular Frontend User Article List (FUAL) extension written for Joomla! 1.5 by Felipe Quinto Busanello (the details of which can be found at http://extensions.joomla.org/extensions/news-production/content-submission/8656.
Translations provided by:
Français – Marc Bénita, Michel Cercueil, G Costas
Deutsch – Jojo Murer
Español – Marcos J. Diep
Italiano – Luca Ratti (frontend)
Русский язык – Vladimir, JanRUmoN Team
Nederlands – Daniel van Keulen
Dansk – Jakob Dalsgaard (frontend)
Język Polski – Leszek Boroch
Norsk (bokmål) – Goran Aasen
Português (Brasil) – Bernd R
中文 (简体及正體) – Xiaogang Zhang
فارسی – Abdulhalim Pourdaryaei
العربية (Unitag) – Maad Saad (frontend)
български език – Stefan Stefanov
Svenska – Mats Arvendal, Stefan Lewitas (frontend)
ελληνικά – Nicholas Antimisiaris
Suomi – www.kalamies.com
Română – Mystic Angel
My sincere thanks to all who have helped out!
com_uam_v0.18a released – minor updates
1) Author link to CB now off by default
2) Version number should now upgrade properly
Added Romanian translation (front-end) – thanks to Mystic Angel
Further release history can be found on the website
Briefly: in Joomla! 1.5 Authors were able to create and edit their own articles (in any category); Editors could, in addition, edit articles created by other users; and, finally, Publishers were the only users who could publish or unpublish articles. From version 1.6, article categories can grant a mixture of ‘Edit Own’, ‘Edit’ or ‘Edit State’ permissions to the defined user groups. A user may have ‘Edit Own’ permissions for some categories and full ‘Edit’ permissions for others. ‘Edit State’ can be distributed to yet a third combination of user groups and categories. The full range is decided by the site administrator when setting up categories and user groups; readers should refer to the Joomla! documentation for the full details.
The UAM aims, for any given user, to collect the editable articles and display them in an accesible manner.