September (2015) diary of the TYPO3 Association

Categories: Community, Association, Diary of the TYPO3 Association created by Naike Schulthess
Read how the TYPO3 Association has welcomed the autumn.
 Clearer fields of responsibility With the purpose of continuous improvement of the processes of the TYPO3 Association, a matrix that explains the fields of responsibility for each key task and team has been created and published here. The T3A aimed at providing the community with a clear reference point for questions and requests. Get familiar with the matrix and let us know if you have any questions. Direct contact with the Board of the TYPO3 Association If you would like to get in touch with the Board of the TYPO3 Association, you can use the TYPO3 Slack channel #t3a-board by registering at forger.typo3.org/slack (if you are already registered use slack://typo3.slack.com/t3a-board). Neos and TYPO3 Association sign agreement The TYPO3 Association and the Neos Team have signed a Letter of Intent, which aims at finalizing the separation of the two communities. You can read the agreement here. TYPO 3 Inc - Scenario 3 Alain Veuve is guiding the process for the so called "TYPO3 Inc.". He started by building a team formed by Robert Lindh, Daniel Homorodean, Daniel Bachmann, Volker Graubaum, Boris Hinzer, Adrian Zimmermann, Mathias Schreiber, Jochen Weiland, Fabian Stein and Olivier Dobbberkau. The team has met already for a kick-off meeting in Dusseldorf. The next steps of this process will see the development of a feasible plan. You can read more about the restructuring team's work here. Budget Process 2016 The budget applications for 2016 have been collected by the EAB and have been published for discussion. Have a look into them and feel free to ask questions to the budget owners or to the EAB. Three or four key budgets will be chosen to be presented to the public at the T3CON in Amsterdam. Upcoming events: Become a member now! If you are not a TYPO3 Association member yet and would like to become one, please get in touch with Naike (naike.schulthess(at)typo3.org) or visit our online shop to purchase your membership now. If you wish to upgrade your affiliation level instead, be in contact with the back office, they are always happy to help you. Follow @TYPO3Assoc on Twitter.