Extensions are designed in a way so that extensions can supplement the core seamlessly. This means that a TYPO3 system will appear as "a whole" while actually being composed of the core application and a set of extensions providing various features. Existing extensions tuning, modification, modernization due to TYPO3 updates and architecture requirements. Support of developed extensions, technical support and maintenance, set up from repository and tuning.
TYPO3 tools allow you to create any type of site. The introduction of multifunctional solutions ensures the performance of the project at high loads. Visualization of a variety of page templates, online image processing (cropping), sliders, multilingual, scaling and adaptation for mobile devices.
The Technical Specification (TS) is the definition of the final result and the goal of your project. The development of the TS is a document that will be formalized and used accordingly by the project owner and project participants.
Distributions are full TYPO3 CMS websites ready to be unpacked. They provide an easy quick start for using TYPO3 CMS. A distribution is a special kind of extension enriched with some further data that is loaded or executed upon installing that extension.
Migrate sites of any type to TYPO3. Site migration without loss of design and without loss of content. Getting additional standard options. Combining several sites into one configuration. Updating sites on TYPO3 CMS from old versions to the latest. Content visualization.
Service and update TYPO3 CMS. Advice on site management. Updates used extensions. Server support. Security update and required patches. SEO optimization. Assistance in solving problems important for the customer. SSL certificates of any type. Data protection and security. Optimization of functions, introduction of new features, search and correction of errors.
Virtual Server (VS) - a type of Internet hosting service that allows individuals and organizations to make their website accessible via the World Wide Web (www). Dedicated server (DS) - a type of hosting, in which the client is entirely provided with a separate physical machine (server). The domain name should help people find you on the Internet. Do not worry! We will help you to declare yourself on the Internet.
What Does the Content Group Do?
We keep the TYPO3 community updated on all the exciting developments and events in the TYPO3 universe.
Here’s what we do:
- Increase awareness of the TYPO3 Association’s activities
- Coordinate communication activities within the TYPO3 community
- Release regular publications including the TYPO3 Association Members’ Newsletter, community surveys, reports, This Month in TYPO3 etc.)
- Improve content on typo3.org
Our global distributed team makes sure no event or development goes unreported. We also support anyone who wants to create content by helping them write and publish their pieces in English.
Roles Up for Grabs
Our current group is made up of both technical and so-called “non-technical” people. We are looking for anyone who has skills in the below areas and wants to give something back to our favorite CMS.
Writer: Almost anyone can be a writer. Want to report back from an event such as a sprint, a team meeting, or camp? Have something amazing you want to share? Complete the Content Request Form to get started. Don’t worry if your writing or English skills aren’t perfect. We have folks on the team who are here to help you get your message across.
Copywriter: Write text for press releases, sales, publicity or advertising.
Proofreader: Review content and apply the rules of spelling, grammar and style well enough to correct mistakes in texts.
Translator: Convert a text from one language to another without losing the meaning on the way.
Publisher-Editor: Knows enough about the CMS and typography to make an article look better on a website than it would otherwise have done.
Press contact: Has the verbal communication skills and the wits needed in order to speak to journalists about TYPO3. Don't worry, we can teach you how.
Task Coordinator: Coordinate the team’s activities, improving processes and communication channels
Note: You don’t need to be an expert in TYPO3 to join. I was actually pretty new to the CMS when I joined the group as a native English proofreader. I could help the group out while also learning about TYPO3, which was critical for my marketing day job.
Sound intriguing? Come to our first meeting and meet us! Our next meeting is Tuesday, 28 May 2019, 10:30 CET. To RSVP, join the #t3a-content-group in TYPO3 Slack.
Limited Time for Contribution? The Content Team is Perfect. Process and Commitment Level
Joining the TYPO3 Content Group is really flexible, you can commit as a regular team member or short-term contributor for a specific project or task. How many hours or even minutes you put in is also flexible month by month - we are all busy people!
Team members meet via Google Meet every two weeks to run through an agenda like this one. We also collaborate via Slack (#t3a-content-group) and manage tasks over JIRA.
With team members spanning 12+ countries, we’re in different time zones and we can’t all make the meetings. But we can still make a really valuable “offline” contribution to getting content prepared. So don’t let time zones stop you getting involved.
Why Should YOU Join Our Cross-functional Team?
- It’s the perfect opportunity for the non-coders of the community to contribute!
- You can become a key part of the TYPO3’s success without being based in Europe.
- Contributing is really flexible and suits people who can’t make a regular commitment but want to give something back.
- You get sneak peeks of developments in the TYPO3 universe before they are published.
- You get to collaborate with awesome, supportive people from different backgrounds, roles, and companies.
Meet Some of Our Members
Here is what some of our existing team members love most about being a part of the Content Group:
Contribution: Proofreading, Copy Editing, Translation
Working in the TYPO3 Content Group as a proofreader is a win-win situation! The safety net of a native English edit makes it less daunting for community writers to submit content, and as a marketer, I stay plugged into the latest news while actively contributing at the same time. It's flexible, suits my skill set and has introduced me to a group of passionate and talented people all over the world!
For fourteen years my website clients and I have benefited from all tremendous work done by the TYPO3 community. I wanted to give back to that, but don't have the technical expertise to help with coding, security, etc. Finally, I have found my niche by proofreading in the TYPO3 Content Group. I get to work with a worldwide team keeping our community abreast of all that's happening in TYPO3.
Contribution: Writer, Documentation
We’ve been working with TYPO3 for more than 13 years, benefitting from a superb product built by a vibrant community. Despite not being a developer I wanted to give back, and the content team seemed like a great opportunity to do that. It turns out that joining the group has connected me with talented and great people and helped me grow as a professional, so I still get more out of it that I am giving to them! That’s the power of this incredible community.
Contribution: Task coordination, Writer
For more than a decade I've been contributing to various parts of the TYPO3 project. A huge part of these contributions was writing blog posts about TYPO3 features and the TYPO3 community. So it seemed logical to join the content team. Since I'm also a member of the board of the TYPO3 Association, my main task within the Content Team is to coordinate the work of the team and the board. What I especially like about the Content Team is the ability to work with people from so many countries.
Contribution: Task Coordination, Publishing-Editing, Writer
I’ve been contributing to the TYPO3 project for around 10 years, initially using events to grow the TYPO3 community in Italy and later becoming a member of the TYPO3 Association’s Expert Advisory Board (EAB). Since some other EAB and Board members and I created the TYPO3 Content Team back in 2017, people have joined us from all over the world, including India, Spain, Cambodia, USA, UK, Norway, Sweden, Germany, Italy and Ukraine. It has been really exciting working with people from different cultures and backgrounds who share one common goal: the growth of TYPO3. I am neither a developer, nor am I the most skilled in English, but have contributed by taking over the team and task coordination and also some specific tasks including the editing and publishing of newsletters and articles. I can say without a doubt that working with the Content Team has been an incredible opportunity for both personal and professional growth.
Location: Northern Ireland
Contribution: Task Coordination, Copy-Editing, Writer
Coding and technical skills are vital for any open source project. Yet without communicating those developments, we wouldn’t have a project at all. What sets out TYPO3 is that we have a diverse community of users including editors and consultants who know TYPO3 in and out. Getting involved in the TYPO3 Content Group gives people with diverse skills a chance to give back to the community by contributing their expertise in communication and project management.
Got some questions or want to hear more? Join our relaunch meeting on 28 May 2019 at 10:30 CET to find out what’s coming up for the group and how you can contribute.
To RSVP, join the #t3a-content-group in TYPO3 Slack.
Read more about the Content Group.