To create the guidebook, the authors Felicity Brand, Jeffrey A. McGuire, and Heather McNamee worked in collaboration with more than 30 experts from the TYPO3 open-source community.
Felicity Brand, co-author, “Working with the subject-matter experts from the TYPO3 community has been a fantastic learning experience for me,” enthuses Felicity, “getting to the heart of how the open source movement values sharing and teaching others.”
Heather McNamee, co-author, summing up, “The list of contributors includes developers, project managers, designers, and digital agency leaders. It has been a pleasure and a privilege to channel so much community knowledge into this book.”
Jeffrey A. McGuire, OSP co-founder and partner, says: “The TYPO3 project has done a great job over the years, and remains highly relevant for today’s web and digital businesses. Its rigorous, structured content, dependable release cycles, smooth upgrade process, and impressive list of enterprise users put it on par with other CMSs that are better known internationally. I’m delighted to help people take their first steps into this open source project and hope this book will act as a calling card for TYPO3.”
Olivier Dobberkau, President of the Board of the TYPO3 Association adds: “Our community is open and heartful; everyone is eager to share their experience. This book is proof of the great community that exists around TYPO3 and what we have been able to achieve together.”