With the aim of saying thank you to them, as well as to hear what they would thank the TYPO3 Association for, we asked our Platinum Members to tell us about their experience as crucial supporting part of the TYPO3 Association (T3A).Details
What is the TYPO3 Association?
The TYPO3 Association is a not-for-profit organisation and was founded in 2004 to provide funds for long-term development goals, which would not be possible otherwise. Since then it has been able to draw over 750 members, companies, and freelancers alike. The funds are coming from membership fees, donations, and the annual TYPO3 Conference, T3CON. Everyone can apply for funding for his or her project, as long as it provides substantial and sustained value to the project and its users. Among the development efforts funded by the Association are various improvements to TYPO3 CMS, the development of TYPO3 Neos and TYPO3 Flow to name a few. The usage of funds is decided upon by the members via the Expert Advisory Board. Becoming a member will help TYPO3 to help you and will foster its ongoing development.
Starting from the basic idea, to raise money through membership fees to pay for long-term development, a few other goals have been added:
- Organization of events for the purpose of information and education of its members.
- Supporting the adaption of international software standards within TYPO3.
- Education and certification to ensure quality of service.
- Communication with its members and the general public, to spread the further knowledge and proficiency for the usage of the TYPO3 software, especially by virtue of its project website.
The marketing team has now finished the preparation and schedule for the 2015 Agency Meetup Days. Register now for an event in your area. Find some more information on the Agency Days: Announcement of the 2015 TYPO3 Agency DaysA retrospective about the 2014 Meetup series on ...Details
The TYPO3 Association and the Neos team have begun negotiations about separating the Neos project from the TYPO3 Association. Work on Neos and its underlying PHP framework Flow started in 2006, originally intended as the successor of TYPO3 CMS. It has been continuously developed since then and is ...Details
Dear members of the TYPO3 Association, dear TYPO3 community, at this years General Assembly the Board has been given the task to continue the path to change in our organization. A large majority has given us the go for the elaboration of the presented scenario 3. We would like to inform you that ...Details
The Agency Meetup Days in 2014 have been quite a success. Giving both the agencies and the marketing team the platform to discuss business related topics, along with others, is essential to enlarge the footprint of TYPO3 out there in the wild. With the 2015 edition we want to focus more on ...Details