TYPO3 User Groups

As TYPO3 is spreading around the world, many users would like to get in personal contact with other TYPO3 enthusiasts. This is how local TYPO3 User Groups (TUG) are formed.

These groups are open for everyone, from newbie to expert. Check out the listings on this page, and see whether there is a TYPO3 user group in your area. If not - why not start one yourself? Post a message in one of the mailing lists or forums or send an email to the TYPO3 Editorial Team, the maintainer of this page.

What happens in a TUG?

That is totally up to the members of the TUG, but this is a list of suggestions for activities:

  • Exchange of know-how
  • Introducing TYPO3 to newbies (see this case study from Lars Jensen)
  • Tutorials (how do I accomplish this or that in TYPO3)
  • Talk about how we can support the TYPO3 community
  • Joint work on TYPO3 projects
  • Ideas for new extensions
  • Providing users/customers with local support

List of User Groups:

There are a number of TYPO3 User Groups (TUGs) either established or forming at the moment. If you are interested in joining one of the groups please send an email to the contact person of the group.

International TYPO3 User Groups

User Groups exist all over the world, below is a list of the ones we are aware of. Please contact the TYPO3 Editorial Team if any are missing here. User Groups with links have their own profile on this website.

National Committees

User Groups in Germany

For some, still unidentified, reason the most vital and large community for TYPO3 is in Germany (some attribute it to the German's love for quality products), so here is a list of TYPO3 User Groups in Germany:

How to form a new user group?

You can either post a message on the English or German mailing list (lists.typo3.org) or send an email to Jochen Weiland to list your group (or proposed group) here.