This Week in TYPO3 (Week 17, 2014)

May 01, 2014

Category: CommunityThis Week in TYPO3
Author: ben van 't ende
Keywords: Toulon, Berlin, TYPO3camp

New TYPO3camp in the South of France, TYPO3camp Berlin, TYPO3 Association CEBAB report and news on typo3.org restructuring

Week ending April 25


TYPO3camp Toulon (May 17-18, Toulon, France)

Fedir Rhyktik announced TYPO3camp Toulon, France. The TYPO3camp will consist of a conference day and an outdoor day.

The conference day wil cover: Migration to 6.2 LTS, TYPO3 Neos and Comparison with other CMS / frameworks. The outdoor day looks totally awesome with Coding on the boat, Mini-confs on the beach and Open-air pechakucha's.

There are still a number of free tickets available, besides the other very reasonaly prized tickets.

How would not want to be in the South of France at a TYPO3camp?


TYPO3camp Berlin (June 27-29, Berlin, Germany)

TYPO3camp Berlin has started ticket sale again and this summer you are invited again to join the fifth TYPO3camp in the Berlin-Brandenburg Region.

On the website you can find last year's impression.


TYPO3 Association

Stefan Busemann reports on the 2nd CEBAB of 2014 in Karlsruhe. A CEBAB is a Combined EAB and Board Meeting. In this meetings a variety of topics are discussed, like memberships of other organisations, the status of our new executive secretary and as a major point a report on a visit from a delegation of Swiss TYPO3 agencies to the CEBAB meeting.

From an organisational perspective it is the main goal of the TYPO3 Association make it clear for everyone where to find the right contact person. This will result in a matrix with topics and contact persons.

Please check out the full article and do not hesitate to give your feedback. For any direct questions to the TYPO3 Association you can use our ticketing system on info(at)typo3.org.


The TYPO3 Editorial Team gets typo3.org in line with the family structure

Boris Hinzer reports on the second editorial code sprint that aimed to finish the work they started about a year ago at the typo3.org Code Sprint in Wiesbaden.

The team completely reviewed and rearranged the existing pages and created new content to meet the requirements introduced during the period TYPO3 Neos and TYPO3 6.2 LTS were released.

There are still some smaller tasks which need to be done after this sprint, like "pimping" of existing content with graphics and the integration of the new Certification Listing and certification website, currently having an outdated look and feel.

The TYPO3 Editorial Team will join up with the typo3.org team again in one of their upcoming sprints to work on the further development of typo3.org.

Check out the events calendar for a user group meeting, code sprint or other event near you: http://typo3.org/events/. Do not hesitate to share you TYPO3 activities in 'This Week in TYPO3'. Just let me (@benvantende) know what you are up to.

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