TYPO3 Events

Due to the relaunch we removed the possibility to add and edit events in the frontend. If you are responsible for an event like a local usergroup, please get in contact with the t3o team via Slack or t3o@typo3.org.

Our focus will the improvement of the general layout of the typo3.org pages and introducing new features to my.typo3.org.

Welcome to the 13th TYPO3 Developer days. Continuing the tradition of meeting new people, sparking inspiration, and having a good time while exploring TYPO3.

Three fantastic days at Jugendherberge Düsseldorf, Germany. Meet TYPO3 developers from around the world. A great experience, not to be missed! We look forward to seeing you there.

Thursday 21st June, 13:00h, to Sunday 24th June, 14:00h.

Reviewing a patch is good karma…

…and when done in a group it's way more fun than doing it on your own!

Every Open Source Software (OSS) project thrives on contributions of its community. Of course, TYPO3 is no exception to that rule. No documentation, infrastructure or even the CMS itself would survive without the constant efforts of volunteers out there that put their time and energy into the project.

On that note - thank you! For every line of code, every pull request, every idea, every bug report and - of course - every bag of sweets given to anybody willing to spend their time to make the project better.

Every first Friday of a month TYPO3 GmbH will be opening its doors from 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. to host a Review Friday, an event for anyone interested in making a difference where they can simply walk in, pick a seat and boot up their laptop to spend their time with us, contributing to what we all love so much, TYPO3. There is room for coding, testing, talking and sharing stories. Food and beverages will be taken care of by us.

The main purpose of the event is to get the amount of open patches down. You can take a look at the amount of open issues and other stats and diagrams on forger.

Even if you can't attend in person, there is always the internet. We coordinate tasks via Slack and the TYPO3 Teamspeak server (typo3.teamspeak-server.info), so all you need to do is raise your virtual hand and get in touch.

We set up a Facebook Events page where you can sign up. If you shouldn’t have an account simply message me on Slack (@maddy) or in a best-case-scenario just walk into our office.

The TYPO3 GmbH staff and me in particular are really looking forward to meeting you for a day of contribution.

Yours, Anja Leichsenring

On a side note, you might even find your name in an issue of our monthly Developer Appreciation Day (DAD) articles.

This time, we are getting in shape for the upcoming 9.4 release in september. This will be the last release to ship new features.

Additionally, there are always bugs to fix and we have an open review queue that requires attention.

The mother of all TYPO3camps brings together about 100 - 120 TYPO3 developers, companies and TYPO3 interested people, with one clear goal: to develop ideas together, to learn from experts and to make new and interesting contacts. #t3chh
 
hamburg.typo3camp.de

This issue of the reoccuring monthly event will be shifted one week, due to the colliding date with the codesprint. So in august, it is not the first, but the second friday.

Reviewing a patch is good karma…

…and when done in a group it's way more fun than doing it on your own!

Every Open Source Software (OSS) project thrives on contributions of its community. Of course, TYPO3 is no exception to that rule. No documentation, infrastructure or even the CMS itself would survive without the constant efforts of volunteers out there that put their time and energy into the project.

On that note - thank you! For every line of code, every pull request, every idea, every bug report and - of course - every bag of sweets given to anybody willing to spend their time to make the project better.

Every first Friday of a month TYPO3 GmbH will be opening its doors from 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. to host a Review Friday, an event for anyone interested in making a difference where they can simply walk in, pick a seat and boot up their laptop to spend their time with us, contributing to what we all love so much, TYPO3. There is room for coding, testing, talking and sharing stories. Food and beverages will be taken care of by us.

The main purpose of the event is to get the amount of open patches down. You can take a look at the amount of open issues and other stats and diagrams on forger.

Even if you can't attend in person, there is always the internet. We coordinate tasks via Slack and the TYPO3 Teamspeak server (typo3.teamspeak-server.info), so all you need to do is raise your virtual hand and get in touch.

We set up a Facebook Events page where you can sign up. If you shouldn’t have an account simply message me on Slack (@maddy) or in a best-case-scenario just walk into our office.

The TYPO3 GmbH staff and me in particular are really looking forward to meeting you for a day of contribution.

Yours, Anja Leichsenring

On a side note, you might even find your name in an issue of our monthly Developer Appreciation Day (DAD) articles.

100% Good mood, french food and TYPO3 of course! Like all Barcamps, the TYPO3Camp of Nantes will be organized by its visitors.  2 types of sessions are possible: sessions "workshops" and sessions "short-conference". This year the TYPO3 Camp Nantes also organizes a TYPO3 certification.