What did you learn?
Yaroslav Trach: I've learned how to work with Gulp-prototyping process. Also I've figured out that TYPO3 community is extremely wide. Here you can find people can help you in any minute!
Maya Bornschein: On a personal level, I learned, that the TYPO3 community is a lot more approachable than I had originally thought. On a professional level, I learned that the BEM methodology is a pain to read.
What was my challenge?
Jens Seiler: First of all: Don`t try to develop with a Windows-machine!!!
So more than the half time I waited until my computer was fit enough to work with.
During this time I was explained something about integration, specially the event-extension.
Miro Olma: To make typo3.org sexy again
What was the funniest moment?
Yaroslav Trach: The funniest was to see faces of people in moment when they figured out that I can speak and understand German a bit.
Jens Seiler: Saschas face when I came with my Windows Surface in the hands in his direction :slightly_smiling_face:
How did you feel during the sprint?
Yaroslav Trach: I've felt in friendly company of inspired developers that looking forward to present of their vision to people. During all the time there was a feeling that you can rely on people around.
Thorsten Griebenow: As in every sprint, it has been fun to contribute, to meet people I had already known to new faces as well.
Jens Seiler: I felt so welcome. I was worried at first, because I'm so new to the community, but I was greeted with open arms and lots of patience and support.
What was your motivation to join?
Yaroslav Trach: For me motivation was to be a part of TYPO3 community, develop myself in it. I've wanted to make a contribution to development and improve the new typo3.org website.
Miro Olma: To give something back to the community