A special membership type for universities, research institutions and colleges has been introduced by the TYPO3 Association. “We would like to play our part in furthering the development of TYPO3,” says Daniel Fehrle, leader of the TYPO3 Academic Committee.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 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 next Long Term Support version of TYPO3 CMS is just around the corner. It is scheduled to be released in April 2017, but you can still give a helping hand.Details
In November 2016 Mathias Bolt Lesniak was elected as first assessor of the TYPO3 Association by the Expert Advisory Board. He takes over the responsibility for the press and communications work from ...Details
Seasons greetings and successful year 2017 Dear TYPO3 Community and Association Members,we would like to thank you for your continued support that you provide with your Membership to the TYPO3 Community. 2016 has been a great year with a lot of achievements: TYPO3 CMS8 being developeda fantastic ...Details
Introduction A few months ago we started the process for receiving funds from the TYPO3 Association. The application phase was followed by a discussion and a poll by the members. The results of this poll are meant to give the Expert Advisory Board (EAB) a guideline on how the members want to see ...Details
The current typo3.org was launched in April 2012. It’s about time to renew the most important site for our community. Here is a status report (and a call for help!) from the newly formed relaunch ...Details
On September 20th and 21st the first TYPO3 University meeting was held in Darmstadt, Germany. Over 100 participants from Swiss, Austrian and German schools and universities were gathering at the Hochschule Darmstadt to discuss their contributions and involvement in the TYPO3 project.Details