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Pizza Bugs and Fun 2011

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We are announcing a Joomla! Pizza Bug and Fun 2011 event scheduled for Saturday, December 10, 2011. The event is global for virtual participants with local venues where ever they are organized. The official start time is 9am in each time zone. Help us prepare Joomla! 2.5 for release early in January 2012!

This wiki will be used as the central resource for coordinating efforts and accumulating results from this event.

The twitter hash tag is #jpbf11 and there is a Facebook page at http://www.facebook.com/events/208015399276419/

Goals

  • Bugs : We will be working through the CMS Issue Tracker where there are trackers needing patches and/or testing.
  • Features : There are features that need some coding and/or testing before they will be ready for 2.5. Finder and the multi-database are two such features. The CMS Feature Tracker has trackers of testing and coding that needs to be done.
  • Documentation : We still have documentation that needs to be done. If you want to help out writing documentation, you're also more than welcome.

Organization, logistics and communications

Pizza

OSM is offering pizza and soda for pre-registered groups. We aren’t setting a specific maximum, but please don’t go crazy with it. Get enough so there’s plenty for everyone, but not a week’s worth of pizza and soda leftovers for everyone. Contact Andrea Tarr (andrea.tarr@joomla.org) before the event to register and get details.

Communication

We have set up a Skype chat for all attendees of the PBF. Skype is invitation only. To get an invitation, email your Skype name to Andy Tarr (andrea.tarr@joomla.org). To make sure you can get in, get your invitation and log in before the day of the PBF. For languages other than English, some of the organizations listed below have set up chats in their language.

General Instructions

If you want to code bug fixes

Helpful documentation:

  • Setting up your workstation for Joomla! development. A step-by-step guide to installing the Eclipse IDE on your local workstation for Joomla! development.
  • Using Eclipse for Joomla! Development Video webinar demonstrating overview of Eclipse features for Joomla! development
  • Tortoise SVN Freestanding Windows based SVN
  • Secure coding guidelines
  • Development Best Practices


If you want to test and you have or can set up SVN and XAMPP/MAMP

Helpful Documentation:

  • Tortoise SVN Freestanding Windows based SVN. This may be all you need, if you have a Windows PC
  • Dreamweaver CS5 with SVN Start of tutorials on how to use SVN in Dreamweaver
  • Setting up your workstation for Joomla! development. A step-by-step guide to installing the Eclipse IDE on your local workstation for Joomla! development. This also guides you through installing XAMPP/MAMP on your computer.
  • Using Eclipse for Joomla! Development Video webinar demonstrating overview of Eclipse features for Joomla! development

If you want to test but don’t have SVN

Locations

If you want to get people together and have a venue to share, please add it below. Share as much as possible details like exact location, url for more information about the venue, ways to register, date and time the venue is available etc.

If you set up a location please send contact information to Andy Tarr (andrea.tarr@joomla.org). Feel free to contact her with any questions.


Europe

Lancaster UK
Hosted by Dean Marshall Consultancy Ltd
CityLab, Dalton Square, Lancaster, Lancashire, LA1 1PP
Tel: 01524 63492  or use our | Online contact form
RSVP: Lancaster JUG Meetup page
Ringsted, Denmark
Hosted by Janich Rasmussen
Egevej 8, 4100 Ringsted
Tel: +45 3113 6101 or use our | Online contact form
RSVP: DKJUG Ringsted
France
Hosted by Marc STUDER (AFUJ Member, French JUG)
Online contact form http://www.afuj.fr/Nous-contacter/Marc-Studer.html
Event RSVP: http://tinyurl.com/bujotbk

North America

Charlotte, NC
Charlotte Joomla! User Group
Meetup Information posted shortly on event page
New England JUG
Marlboro College Graduate Center
28 Vernon Street
Brattleboro, VT 05301  
http://www.joomlanewengland.org
Contact: Andy Tarr (andrea.tarr@joomla.org)
Portland, OR
Portland Joomla! User Group
Location to be posted on the page after Thursday meeting
Texas
HubAustin
4930 S. Congress Ave, Ste 307
Austin, TX 78745
http://www.meetup.com/joomlaaustin/events/41979952/
Washington, DC
PICnet
1605 Connecticut Ave, NW 3FL
Washington, DC 20009


South America

Porto Alegre, Rio Grande do Sul, Brasil
Av. José Bonifácio 731, CEP 90040-130
Coletânea Ciber Café
JUGRS - Joomla User Group Rio Grande do Sul
Iquique, Chile
Anibal Pinto 770, CP 1100744
JUG Iquique

Asia/Pacific

Sydney, Australia 6pm-9pm
Hosted by Tim Plummer
InterfaceFLOR (usual Sydney JUG venue)
101 Chalmers Street, Surry Hills, NSW
http://www.meetup.com/Joomla-User-Group-Sydney/events/42114152/
1-7, Signature Office,
The Boulevard Mid Valley City,
Lingkaran Syed Putra,
59200 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
Event RSPV: https://www.facebook.com/events/309178112434616/

Africa

Algeria
Cyber Park Algérie
Sidi Abdellah, Rahmania zeralda,
http://community.joomla.org/user-groups/africa/algeria.html

Middle East

Tel Aviv, Israel
Hosted by Agron BC&C Ltd
Ramat Hayal, Ha'Barzel 31
Joomla! Israel
More details to follow.

Virtual

Skype Chat

We have set up a Skype chat for all attendees of the PBF. Skype is invitation only. To get an invitation, email your Skype name to Andy Tarr (andrea.tarr@joomla.org). To make sure you can get in, get your invitation and log in before the day of the PBF.

If you don't already have Skype, you can download it for free from Skype.

Registration

For write access to this wiki

To get write access to this wiki you will need to register here first. Please be aware that the registration process requires a valid email address. This is the same login for updating Joomla documentation.

At a physical location

If you wish to be present at one of the physical locations listed above then you must register in advance because space most likely is limited. Registrations are the responsibility of the individual location organizers and you should click on the appropriate link above for more information.

Taking bugs, tasks and pizza

Please check the Organization, logistics and communications section for detail on how to get involved in working on tasks.

Requirements

  • All code must be made available under the General Public Licence version 2.
  • All documentation contributions must be made available under the Joomla! Electronic Documentation License. Further information on the JEDL is available in the JEDL Frequently Asked Questions
  • No advertising or self-promotion will be allowed. This includes back links to your website or anyone else's. The one exception is that if you have made a contribution then feel free to add your name and an optional link to your website to the Contributors List
  • All contributions must be in English. Note that the official language of the Joomla! project is British English.