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byjk1, June 6, 2013
CTransifex
Although we already had a similar system, we decided to switch to ctransifex for supplying translations of our project to our users, because ctransifex offers the language packs for download in a nice user interface and also encourages users to contribute to translations by displaying a direct link to incomplete translations on Transifex.

Currently we have approximately 3000+ strings holding 15000+ words in the source language files and therefore I can confirm that ctransifex can save a lot of working hours for (voluntary) language managers of a project.
byjk1, March 9, 2011
Akeeba Backup
Outstanding backup component. Excellent and friendly support. Of course I use it for producing backups but I also like it because it makes transfering new websites developed on a local xampp server to a live server a quick and easy task.
byjk1, December 1, 2009
Jomres
I bought Jomres a year ago in order to replace a static website offering vacation rental homes with a system that has a modern look and feel, is easy to use for the customer as well as for the property manager, has multi-lingual capabilities, has a solid real time booking engine, is highly customizeable and ...etc.

Jomres comes with LOTS of features and options (Have a look at the Online Manual) which need to be set to your personal/business requirements, so you will have to invest some time to learn how everything works together. If you want to customize the page layout, some basic knowledge of (how to change) HTML, PHP and CSS is helpful.

In case of any problem with Jomres, support from the developer has always been excellent.

Jomres is beeing developed full time, which is a clear advantage over most competitors and if you have a good idea/suggestion which would make Jomres even better, the developer frequently turns it into code with an amazing speed.

In my opinion Jomres is the best value for money you can get if you want to stay in the rental business for quite a while.

Both thumbs up for this one!