What is JEM?
JEM is an Event Management component for the Joomla CMS. It's fully based on the infamous Eventlist component, originally developed by Schlu. The aim is to keep the component forward compatible with Eventlist, so current users can upgrade easily. JEM is developed and supported by a community of volunteers. The best news: It's free!
If you feel like you can contribute to the development, feel free to visit the forum and see how you can participate.
JEM 2.2.0 has been released, featuring enhanced registration options!
Event creators can now Invite attendees. Attendees can now respond Attending / Will Not Attend,
Off course the Mailer plugin has also been updated with these new features too!
JEM 2.1.6 has been released. JEM is now fully PHP7 compatible! We also introduce a sidebar in the backend views when installed on Joomla 3, thus giving JEM a more native J!3 user experience.
Event registration has been enhanced, to allow attendees to send an additional comment with their registration.
And apart from this, many, many smaller enhancements and bug fixes.
A new version of JEM was released. Along with a lot of smaller improvements (see the changelog for them) we are taking a huge step forward, bringing JEM in line with the standard Joomla ACL rules.
Before you upgrade a current installation please consider:
If you use template overrides please note that all views have been changed and there is a good chance that your overrides won't work as expected. So please check the changes and adapt your files.
26 August 2015
Today, the development team announces the immediate release of version 18.104.22.168, which is a security update for JEM.
We call upon all JEM users to update to this new version as soon as possible! More info in the changelog.
Additionally, you will find a new module in the package: the Jubilee Module. This module shows (past) events on a specific (e.g. current) day and month ignoring the year. Useful e.g. for a birthday list.
It's our birthday gift to the Joomla! Community that now celebrates it's 10th Birthday!
A set of updated languages pack has been uploaded to the site. The current version for all languages is now 2.1.4. Also, an initial file for Polish and Ukrainian have been added. thank you to all translators!
Want to help out translating too? Check our translation project at Transifex.
A big milestone has been achieved! In June we crossed the 100.000 mark of downloads for JEM. Not bad, in only 8 months :-)
JEM is without any doubt the most popular free Event Management Extension for the Joomla CMS. A big Thank You to all volunteers!
JEM 2.1.3 for Joomla 2.5.x and Joomla 3 has been released.
This version fixes some bugs and one of it's main new features is that it installs on Joomla 3.4 now. Please see the changelog for details
JEM 2.1.2 for Joomla 2.5.x has been released.
This version fixes a lot of issues, please see the changelog for details. please not it does not yet install on Joomla 3.4, but we hope to release an updated version within approx. one week.
JEM 3.0.7 for Joomla 3.x is available for testing
JEM 2.1.1 for Joomla 2.5.x has been released.
We are also happy to announce JEM's first Chinese translation!
JEM 2.0.3 for Joomla 2.5.x has been released.
The JEM Team is very proud to announce that as of today JEM is listed on the official Joomla Extensions Directory!
We are confident this will increase the awareness of our component and with the increased number of downloads and users, the community will show a further growth.
Today the JEM community proudly announces the immediate release of our first production-stable version: JEM 2.0!
With this version we will apply for an official listing on the Joomla Extensions Directory. Hopefully that will bring this component under the attention of a bigger public and will attract some more folks to relief our development team.
Along the way we updated this site, so we are ready for a bulk of visitors ;-)
Eventlist forum support is also here
While the original forum on Schlu.net is down we will keep hosting the forum for Eventlist here. There are still thousands of websites running this component, and community support is essential for most users. It would be a pity if all the knowledge about Evenlilist would be lost for future reference.
There's loads to do from here. The list is almost end-less, but we think of the following at least:
- provide community support for the new extension
- constitute an association that will have only one simple goal: to safe-keep this domain name and facilitate the community in developing new versions and promoting the software on various channels
- redevelop this website into something slick ;-)