Initiative Report 1/2019
In our recent news about TYPO3 version 10 we announced we are going to shift our focus on initiatives - see News to TYPO3 v10. To allow you to take...
It is now nearly a tradition that our team meets after the TYPO3camp Rhein-Ruhr. Our sprint started right after the camp ended. 82 tickets and 76 merge requests were done.
Speed: Leverage browser caching
Participants of the sprint:
Thomas Löffler, Stefan Busemann, Harry Glatz, Boris Schauer, Mathias Bolt Lesniak, Andreas Nedbal, Valentin Süß, Sebastian Kotte, Dominik Dörr
The biggest goal was reached already in April: typo3.org was relaunched and my.typo3.org was started. This was end of our relaunch project, which was started end of 2016. We are very proud that we were able to achieve this goal completely through the efforts of our community.
Our team did not fall into a deep sleep. We managed to have six sprints during the whole year.
We like to say thank you to our 27 contributors and to the companies, which donated the time:
Thomas Löffler (SpoonerWeb), Stefan Busemann (in2code GmbH), Harry Glatz (analog digitalagentur), Boris Schauer (analog digitalagentur), Mathias Bolt Lesniak (Pixelant), Miro Olma (Medienagenten Stange & Ziegler oHG), Christian Knauf (analog digitalagentur), Yaroslav Trach (Pixelant), Tanya Nosenko (Pixelant), Myroslav Lutsiv (Pixelant), Olena Bulat (Pixelant), Tomas Norre Mikkelsen (AOE GmbH), Marco Seiler (Marco Seiler - Internetprojekte), Axel Müller (Axel Müller IT-Services), Michel Löw (Punkt.de), Andrii Pozdieiev, Rostyslav Matviyiv, Sanjay Chuahan (Nitsan), Keval Pandya (Nitsan), Marcus Schwemer (in2code GmbH), Sebastian Stein (in2code GmbH), Andreas Nedbal (in2code GmbH), Felix Ranesberger (in2code GmbH), Valentin Süß (Browserwerk GmbH), Sebastian Kotte (Browserwerk GmbH), Dominik Dörr (KEMWEB GmbH & Co. KG), Jo Hasenau (Cybercraft GmbH).
All accommodation, food, and travel costs were covered by the TYPO3 Association.
For this year we will introduce additional sites, based on our template framework.
The rest of the year it is planned to improve self service options for members and community.
Find more about our plans at https://typo3.org/community/teams/typo3org/team-roadmap/.
Join our team at the #t3o-development channel in https://typo3.slack.com and get in touch to join our next sprint.
You will see some new and old people maintaining TYPO3 Core and its components from now on.
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