Month: October 2014

TYPO3 Budget Applications 2015 – Part 1

Last week, on Oct. 22nd, the applications for the 2015 budget were published on forge.typo3.org. In this article you find a grouped list of the budget applications together with some comments. If you want to have a very quick impression of the application title, their owner and the amount, the spreadsheet of Matthias Schreiber gives i very good impression of the budget including some nice charts. So let’s start with the first group! T3A “Core” Budgets This is about running the TYPO3 Association itself. These are needed just to fulfill the purpose of the T3A, AKA “the administrative costs”. In my opinion they sound all very reasonable. The overvall budget applied for in this section is 169.555 €. Backoffice ( € 34,350.00 ) Expenses Lawyer ( €15,000.00 ) Expenses Accounting  ( €8,000.00 ) Executive Secretary  ( €89,155.50 ) BCC Travel Costs ( €1,600.00 ) CEBAB Meetings ( €21,300.00 ) T3A – Broader Goals Applications, covering costs that belong to the tasks of the T3A in strengthening the community and the brand are summed up here. The amount applied for this section is 283.300 €. Membership in other Organisations  ( €5,600.00 ) Licensing Team ( €6,200.00 ) Strategy T3A ( €20,000.00 ) Marketing TYPO3 ( €152,000.00 ) Community Management  ( €99,500.00 ) For Marketing and Community Management please read the questions and answers on forge. At the writing of this article there are some important questions open. ( Remark: If there are answers or more information, I will...

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TYPO3 and CMSgarden at WHD.local Munich

October 17, 2014 was the first day I represented TYPO3 at a booth on an expo. Reason was the WorldHostingDays event, which took place Munich (Germany). I was really curios how it will be at a booth together with some guys from other OpenSource CMS. About WorldHostingDays The WorldHostingDays are a series of events taking place in different cities around the world. This time they had a stopover in Munich. The CMSgarden had a booth to raise the flag for OpenSource CMS Systems. It was the first time, I met folks from other systems like Drupal, Contao or Joomla in real life. It was a real pleasure for me to meet you there. The Day We met a 8.00 a.m. to setup our booth directly at the entrance and to put on our gardeners outfit. The outfit looks quite funny. Visitors, who had contact to the CMS garden on other events, remembered us and came up to say “Hey, nice to see you again!”. Unfortunately I do not have a picture of it, yet. The event started quite slowly and had its peak around noon. Main reason was, that a german worker union announced a strike for the evening. That prevented about 100 visitors to show up and many other left the event early to be at home, when the strike starts. The Contacts The booth made it possible to have contact to all kinds of...

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YATB – Yet Another TYPO3 Blog

Yes, I am starting a YATB – “Yet Another TYPO3 Blog” and hope that I will be able to provide you nice and valuable insights into the TYPO3 community and TYPO3 products. In this very first article I will show you my goals and answer some questions around my motivation. Nice that you found this quite new blog. Please feel very welcome! My overall goal is to provide a (bigger?) picture of the TYPO3 community, its products and its tools … stuff, that is not visible …maybe : jewels found on TYPO3 websites like wiki.typo3.org spotlights from events like TYPO3 DeveloperDays, conferences and camps or the cmsgarden useful TYPO3 extension or concepts teams and intiatives that drive the TYPO3 community … and much more If you have ideas or questions, please let me know. On the page “Howto Contribute” you find more details. So let’s go into the future and look out for fun and satisfaction! Cheers, Marcus   Here are some additional questions you might ask: Why do you start “YATB” and did not ask existing blogs? The last weeks some topics popped up in my mind that I’d like to share and discuss. Most blogs I know are linked to a company or mostly in german. I want to avoid both. So I decided to do it on my own. Why do you write in english? Despite having the biggest marketshare in the D-A-CH region...

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