Pizza Bugs and Fun 2

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We eagerly announce the second Joomla! Pizza Bug and Fun event scheduled for the weekends of June 21 and 22 and June 28 and 29. It's hard to believe that six months have passed since the first Joomla! Pizza Bug and Fun event. The first PBF helped finalize Joomla! 1.5 and, if all goes as planned, this second event will help prepare Joomla! 1.5.4 for release early in July.

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


  • Bugs : For our first PBF event, we targeted priority 1 and 2 bugs and tested the entire application. Since it's release, Joomla! 1.5 has been very stable and there are no serious bugs to fix. But, there are a number of medium priority items that require patches and testing. If we are able to empty the tracker during the weekend, it would be an important accomplishment for the community.
  • Documentation : since the last Doc Camp a lot of documentation has been written, but we need more of it. If you want to help out writing documentation, you're also more than welcome.
  • Unit testing : we have started writing unit tests for Joomla! This is documented in the wiki, see Unit Testing for details. This is a very important part to improve the overall quality of Joomla! and increase development speed. If you have experience in this area, we challenge you to come help us.


Below you will find as much as possible information we can share on how this events is organized. If you don't find what you are looking for, you can check out the PBF FAQ.

Organization, logistics and communications

More information will be available here shortly. The main contact is Andy Tarr at


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 have any questions regarding this, feel free to contact Andy Tarr (


No venue registered

North America

New England JUG Brattleboro, VT

Austin, TX

South America

No venue registered


No venue registered


No venue registered


Skype Chat

We will be setting 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 ( This chat will be open by the end of November. 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.


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 :-)

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


  • 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 PBF Contributors List
  • All contributions must be in English. Note that the official language of the Joomla! project is British/Australian English.