Pizza Bugs and Fun 2018 Germany
From Joomla! Documentation
- 1 Goals
- 2 FAQ
- 3 Organization, logistics and communications
- 4 Locations
- 5 Registration
- 6 Requirements
- 7 Preparations and installations
- 8 JDocs Contributors
- 9 Related Information
A Joomla! Pizza Bug and Fun event 8th of September 2018 - originally planned for Germany, but now takes place in many countries across europe. This wiki will be used as the central resource for coordinating efforts and accumulating results from this event.
Whether you are a newbie, beginner or professional, graphic designer or programmer, whether you have an agency or a club site, whether female or male, whether young or old. We are happy about everyone who already works with Joomla! or wants to get to know Joomla! first. Only the interest in Joomla! counts. Everyone is welcome here. On 8th of September 2018 we would like to invite all Joomla-enthusiastic users, regardless of their previous knowledge, to make Joomla! even better. We are grateful for any support! Participation is free, non-alcoholic drinks and a pizza included.
- Joomla 4: Joomla 4.0 is on the horizon, but over 200 bugs and feature requests are untested, which means, they cannot go into the Joomla core.
- Documentation: There are lots of untranslated Documents, Tutorials and Help Screens. At the PBF Event we hope to translate a lot of it to give Joomla! users as much information as possible in their language.
- Patch testing: As a main rule, new functions for Joomla have to be tested before they can be merged into an official release. Usually it takes only a few minutes and Joomla becomes better and better.
You'll find as much information as possible on how this event is organized. If you don't find what you are looking for, here are a few FAQs:
- Q: Where can I register if I want to join? A: Contact a Joomla! User Groups (JUGs) near you or write a mail to Benjamin Trenkle .
- Q: I can't come to a location - can I join online? A: Yes! You only need a computer and internet, but unfortunately you have to order a pizza by yourself.
Organization, logistics and communications
You would like to participate but you don't have a user group nearby? Or you are Joomla User Group and want to join? Just do it! There are very small requirements:
- You need a room with WiFi access
- You need some Joomlers equipped with a laptop and motivation.
- Do not hesitate to send an email to Benjamin Trenkle  or search him in Glip.
Of course, you can also join from home, but where is the fun without the community and the pizza?
For sharing information in the social media please use this hashtag: #pbf18de.
If you want to get people together and have a venue to share, please add it below. Share as many details as possible, like exact location, URL for more information about the venue, ways to register, date and time when the venue is available etc. If you have any questions regarding this, feel free to contact Benjamin Trenkle ().
This year we organize Pizza, Bugs & Fun in Germany, Austria and Switzerland at various local user groups, called Joomla! User Group (JUG). So far the following cities are registered:
- Munich (DE Initiator)
- Augsburg (DE)
- Dresden (DE)
- Frankfurt/Gießen (DE)
- Fribourg (DE)
- Hamburg (DE)
- Coblenz (DE)
- Cologne (DE)
- Nuremberg (DE)
- Vienna (AUT)
- Zurich (CH)
- Bussum (NL)
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. If you are traveling to one of the physical locations you are advised to ensure that you have registered on this wiki and have a valid login before you travel. You don't need access to your email account after registration.
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
Pizza can be ordered at a shop near by :-)
- 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 backlinks 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/Australian English.
Preparations and installations
That's how teamwork works today :-)
2.Setting up a Joomla! installation
Required if you want to test patches. There are two ways to get a Joomla! installation at PBF:
- Option 1: The online PBF environment is available shortly before the PBF event and is also suitable for participants with little system knowledge.
- Option 2 allows you to set up a local installation on your device. Instruction you can find here (german).
If you don't want to test patches but still want to give back a lot of support to the community, help translating the JDocs.
Here you will find all informations you need to get started. Please read How to Contribute to Joomla! Documentation.
List will be completed during the event:
- Mike Brandner (contributions)
- Angelique Brix (contributions)
- Marc Widmann (contributions)
- Markus König (contributions)
- Max Spannagel (contributions)
- Sandra Thevenet (contributions)
- Oliver (contributions)
- Jens Hartwig (contributions)
- FLin1 (contributions)
- Alexander Metzler (contributions)
- Batmin (contributions)
- Nathan Kuwent (contributions)
- Tom Hutchison (contributions)
- Tommy Jürgensen (contributions)
- Christian Schmidt (contributions)
- Mancille (contributions)
- Gabriele Bach (contributions)
- AboutTime (contributions)
- Pc-doppler (contributions)
- Joomti (contributions)
- Martijn Maandag (Contributions)
- Helvecio da Silva (Contributions)
- Eric Lamy (Contributions)