Business Transformed. Now, Back to Our Roots.

I want to share a long-overdue update on the state of things at MODX. Hopefully you'll come away with an understanding of our recent journey, and of the road ahead. While this post was intended to be shorter, I do ask you take a few minutes to read it through.

By Jay Stephen Gilmore
April 4, 2012
Business Transformed. Now, Back to Our Roots.

I want to share a long-overdue update on the state of things at MODX. Hopefully you'll come away with an understanding of our recent journey, and of the road ahead. While this post was intended to be shorter, I do ask you take a few minutes to read it through.

The Business of MODX

At MODxpo 2010 in Dallas, I ended our inaugural conference with an impassioned promise—we were going to take MODX from a tool we created, used and shared with the world to a full-time profession.

Living up to that pledge meant we had to attend to business not typically associated with an open source project. Some things we did well, others we missed the mark. But the end result of that journey is expanding from four open source devotees into a team of over a dozen people. Ryan and John in the war room