Being open source software, TYPO3 relies on helping hands who are doing their bit to maintain the high-quality CMS. Fortunately, there are a lot of them, as last month’s numbers have shown. Are you interested in contributing to the TYPO3 project, too? Learn how you can get active and become a part of the TYPO3 community. Welcome!
As an open source software community we’re grateful for all of the ongoing contributions to the TYPO3 project through our creative and productive teams. Today, a special thank-you goes to all of our hardworking coders who were busy in November, and we’d like to share some of remarkable numbers with you!
TYPO3 Code Sprints aren’t limited to core team members: in fact, any TYPO3 developer is welcome at these get-togethers. We believe in sharing knowledge and hands-on learning. Find out more about the upcoming sprints - seize the opportunity and be a part our of community!
Working with the TYPO3 project requires knowledge of all the different platforms that are part of it. Since first steps aren’t always easy, we’re providing a step-by-step guide which will support you with your contribution efforts: Take a look at these six steps.
There are a whole lot of different TYPO3 events all year round, some more techy, others not. All of them a great opportunity for both enthusiastic beginners as well as experienced professionals to contribute towards TYPO3 CMS, to meet old friends and to make new ones.
In the last blog post we described how our infrastructure and setup works and what we wanted to achieve with it. Now you can experience it yourself! We just opened our infrastructure to allow public contributions - for example to the blog extension - and here is how it works.