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This presentation was held as last talk on the 6th International TYPO3 Conference T3CON10 in Frankfurt, Germany. Its intention is to show how TYPO3 came into existence and how and why the TYPO3 …

This presentation was held as last talk on the 6th International TYPO3 Conference T3CON10 in Frankfurt, Germany. Its intention is to show how TYPO3 came into existence and how and why the TYPO3 Association was created. It focuses on this years novelties: The Business Control Committee and the National Committee.
This presentation was held by: Ben van 't Ende (Chairman of the Steering Committee), Søren Schaffstein (Press Officer) and Cyril Wolfangel (Leader National Committee France)

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  • Explain the name
    New Release on CD, only Laptop available, no internet connection on
  • Explain the name
    New Release on CD, only Laptop available, no internet connection on
  • Explain the name
    New Release on CD, only Laptop available, no internet connection on


  • A-Team is technically the alpha-Version of the TYPO3 Association

  • Founders: Daniel, Kasper, René, Julle, Robert?
    Why: Money to enable freelance developers to work more on TYPO3 especially on bigger undertakings
    TYPO3 Association is an enabler = Fertilizer
  • Founders: Daniel, Kasper, René, Julle, Robert?
    Why: Money to enable freelance developers to work more on TYPO3 especially on bigger undertakings
    TYPO3 Association is an enabler = Fertilizer
  • Founders: Daniel, Kasper, René, Julle, Robert?
    Why: Money to enable freelance developers to work more on TYPO3 especially on bigger undertakings
    TYPO3 Association is an enabler = Fertilizer















  • Funding Picture!
  • Funding Picture!
  • Funding Picture!
  • Funding Picture!
  • Funding Picture!
  • Funding Picture!
  • Funding Picture!
  • Funding Picture!
  • 10 TYPO3 books, dvds, TYPO3 as a brand, Merchandising stuff (cigar, toaster, snowboards, pillows, ...), t3n magazine, companies, podcast, events (->2 Conferences a year, T3DD, T3Board, various Barcamps, Facebook page, Twitter, You Tube Channel, market leading opens source enterprise cms
    National Committees making TYPO3 Association really international. Please welcome Cyril W.
  • ->3 Conferences a year, T3DD, T3Board, various Barcamps
  • ->3 Conferences a year, T3DD, T3Board, various Barcamps
  • ->3 Conferences a year, T3DD, T3Board, various Barcamps
  • ->3 Conferences a year, T3DD, T3Board, various Barcamps
  • ->3 Conferences a year, T3DD, T3Board, various Barcamps













  • We started to publish articles on typo3.org simultaneously with t3n. We improved translation quality by having articles proof-read more frequently. A big thanks to Jeff Segars here.
  • We started to publish articles on typo3.org simultaneously with t3n. We improved translation quality by having articles proof-read more frequently. A big thanks to Jeff Segars here.
  • We started to publish articles on typo3.org simultaneously with t3n. We improved translation quality by having articles proof-read more frequently. A big thanks to Jeff Segars here.
  • We started to publish articles on typo3.org simultaneously with t3n. We improved translation quality by having articles proof-read more frequently. A big thanks to Jeff Segars here.
  • We started to publish articles on typo3.org simultaneously with t3n. We improved translation quality by having articles proof-read more frequently. A big thanks to Jeff Segars here.








  • To be market leader we need to be international. That’s why we established the national committees. Currently there are committees developing in the US, Japan and France. Please welcome...
  • To be market leader we need to be international. That’s why we established the national committees. Currently there are committees developing in the US, Japan and France. Please welcome...
  • To be market leader we need to be international. That’s why we established the national committees. Currently there are committees developing in the US, Japan and France. Please welcome...
  • To be market leader we need to be international. That’s why we established the national committees. Currently there are committees developing in the US, Japan and France. Please welcome...
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Transcript

  • 1. About the TYPO3 Association Inspiring people to share
  • 2. About us Inspiring people to share
  • 3. Ben van ‘t Ende
  • 4. Ben van ‘t Ende
  • 5. Ben van ‘t Ende
  • 6. Ben van ‘t Ende
  • 7. Ben van ‘t Ende
  • 8. Ben van ‘t Ende ben.vantende.net ben@typo3.org
  • 9. Søren Schaffstein
  • 10. Søren Schaffstein
  • 11. Søren Schaffstein
  • 12. Søren Schaffstein
  • 13. Søren Schaffstein www.lego-alter-ego.de soeren@typo3.org
  • 14. TYPO3 Inspiring people to share
  • 15. TYPO3 Then, one Friday evening while he was alone in the building after hours entering code, a lapse of concentration resulted in Kasper inadvertently typing an error into the command line of his Linux server and accidentally deleting a whole week’s worth of programming. He recalls that feeling you get of a cold rush through your entire body, when you realize something dreadful has happened. Slowly he got up, walked to the other end of the room and sat down in the couch looking back across the office at the laptop perched innocently on his desk. Inspiring people to share
  • 16. Guess!
  • 17. Hello world TYPO3! Kasper Skårhøj, 2002
  • 18. Hello world TYPO3! Kasper Skårhøj, 2002
  • 19. Community TYPO3 existed on Kaspers computer only Kasper decided it to be Open Source Kasper put it on a publicly available “Server” With the first download the community was born It started to grow and flourish Inspiring people to share
  • 20. Community Acceleration Acceleration Meeting to get funding for TYPO3, since nearly all community members were freelancers Daniel Hinderink, Dominic Brander, Adrian Zimmermann, Jan-Hendrik Heuing, René Fritz and Kasper Skårhøj. Robert Lemke was with them as Kaspers driver only! On the way back, Robert was part of the Team. It was called...
  • 21. Community
  • 22. TYPO3 Association Founded in November 2004 Founded by members of the TYPO3 Community, including Kasper Skårhøj Today Kasper is Honorary President Inspiring people to share
  • 23. TYPO3 Association
  • 24. TYPO3 Association
  • 25. TYPO3 Association Structure Steering Committee
  • 26. TYPO3 Association Structure
  • 27. TYPO3 Association Structure Steering Committee Board
  • 28. TYPO3 Association Structure
  • 29. TYPO3 Association Structure Steering Committee Board BCC Members
  • 30. TYPO3 Association Structure TYPO3 Association TYPO3 Community YOU!
  • 31. TYPO3 Association Structure TYPO3 Association TYPO3 Community YOU!
  • 32. TYPO3 Association Structure TYPO3 Association TYPO3 Community YOU!
  • 33. TYPO3 Association Structure TYPO3 Association TYPO3 Community YOU!
  • 34. Achievements Events
  • 35. Achievements Events
  • 36. Achievements Events
  • 37. Achievements Loads of Books
  • 38. Achievements DVDs
  • 39. Achievements A magazine
  • 40. Achievements Shirts, Caps, Nametags, Cigars...
  • 41. Achievements Shirts, Caps, Nametags, Cigars...
  • 42. Achievements Shirts, Caps, Nametags, Cigars...
  • 43. Achievements Shirts, Caps, Nametags, Cigars...
  • 44. Achievements Shirts, Caps, Nametags, Cigars...
  • 45. Achievements Shirts, Caps, Nametags, Cigars...
  • 46. Achievements Shirts, Caps, Nametags, Cigars...
  • 47. Achievements Shirts, Caps, Nametags, Cigars...
  • 48. Achievements Shirts, Caps, Nametags, Cigars...
  • 49. Achievements Market Leading
  • 50. Achievements Market Leading Open Source
  • 51. Achievements Market Leading Open Source Enterprise
  • 52. Achievements Market Leading Open Source Enterprise Web Content Management System
  • 53. National Committees Welcome Cyril Wolfangel to speak about the French Committee Inspiring people to share
  • 54. National Committees The French situation A large community, large companies, lots of references English content is not practicable for everyone. A very small percentage of these people know about the TYPO3 Association. One event every year: the TYPO3 University A french forum
  • 55. National Committees Our Goals Link the french community with the TYPO3 Association Get more french companies and independents involved in TYPO3 Create a french website to promote TYPO3 Federate the actions of the french community
  • 56. National Committees How does it work? National Representative Cyril Wolfangel Assessor Marketing Assessor T3UNI Mickael Perrin Paul Blondiaux Marketing Press Marketing Technical Advisor Christophe Delauve Nicolas Garabedian TYPO3 Evangelists
  • 57. National Committees Our challenges to come Get more members Organise the T3UNI11 Communicate more towards end user clients and deciders Maintain and finalise www.typo3-fr.org website
  • 58. National Committees National committee a national extension of the TYPO3 Association We have all decided to be part of the TYPO3 Association and follow the lead. We keep our national identity and specificity
  • 59. ? Inspiring people to share