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Code Sprint Stuttgart 2012

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About

The Code Sprint Stuttgart 2012 is a community driven TYPO3 event for developers and contributors. The goal of this code sprint is to fix a number of bugs and issues in the 4.x branch of TYPO3. It's organized by the TYPO3 agency jweiland.net.

Hashtag

The hashtag for the event is #t3csst12

Date and Times

Friday, August 31 (start ~15:00) - Sunday, September 2

Map and Location

We have room for approx. 12 participants at the jweiland.net office in Filderstadt near Stuttgart. It is easily reachable by car (1 km from highway A8), public transportation (35 min S-Bahn ride from Stuttgart main station) and plane (just 1 km south of Stuttgart Airport).

Time Schedule

We will start the code sprint on Friday aroung 15:00 to 16:00, Saturday and Sunday around 10:00. Everybody who wants to stop by and say hello is welcome

How to get there

Map and directions

Code Sprint Topics/Goals

Fix bugs and issues in the 4.x branch of TYPO3. Feel free to add items or issues from forge

Currently working on:

Participants

  • Thomas Löffler (planned from Friday afternoon to Sunday)
  • Andreas Wolf (planned Saturday/Sunday - sorry, too much to do to come on Friday already :-/)
  • Yves Poersch
  • Jochen Weiland
  • Riona Kuthe
  • Rüdiger Marwein
  • Ivan Kartolo (Fri (afternoon?), Sat and Sun)
  • Christoph Gerold (Fri (afternoon?), Sat and Sun)
  • Please add your name and the days you plan to participate

Accommodation

Will be provided free of charge at nearby hotels

Sponsoring

  • We have a room to work in for approx. 12 participants at the /jweiland.net office.
  • Accommodation for up to 10 people is sponsored by jweiland.net.
  • The daily pizza/pasta, softdrinks, coffee and the Saturday evening social event is sponsored by jweiland.net.

We are still looking for more sponsors:

  • Travel costs

Contact

If you like to participate or offer some sponsoring, just get in contact with: Jochen Weiland (jweiland_at_jweiland_dot_net)