As June has given way to July it’s time to reflect on what the past month has brought us. Recapping the evaluation of our most recent contributions to the TYPO3 core, we find some remarkable numbers. You guys are truly amazing!
Last month we had altogether:
We could not accomplish our goals without the support, involvement and engagement of all you dedicated developers who contribute towards the TYPO3 project. It’s important to us that you all know just how much we appreciate your work.
Your contributions are the foundation of the TYPO3 open source platform - thank you!
This month, a special thank you goes to Benjamin Franzke, Oliver Hader, Daniel Goerz, Christian Eßl, Markus Klein, Helmut Hummel, Anja Leichsenring, Alexander Schnitzler, Andreas Fernandez, André Schließer, Andreas Wolf, Benni Mack, Tomas Norre Mikkelsen, Georg Ringer, Jonas Temmen, Oliver Klee, Daniel Haupt, Guido Schmechel, Wouter Wolters, Josef Glatz, Oliver Bartsch, Tymoteusz Motylewski, Richard Haeser, David Steeb, Manuel Selbach, Stephan Großberndt, Daniel Siepmann, Björn Jacob, Claus Due, Kevin Appelt, Simon Gilli, Johannes Kasberger, Tobi Kretschmann, Frank Nägler, Christian Toffolo, Jonas Eberle, Mathias Brodala, Nicole Cordes, Uwe Trotzek, Nikita Hovratov, Riccardo De Contardi and Danilo Caccialanza for your ongoing dedicated work.
All of your contributions, reviews, testing and reports on issues are highly appreciated. They’re what make TYPO3 into such a powerful and stable software solution.
A very big "thank you" to all documentation contributors for their help to extend and improve the documentations of TYPO3: Sybille Peters, Julian Mair, Liddy, Mathias Brodala, Christian Eßl, Markus Klein, Moritz Ahl, Alexander Obert, Marco Huber, sascha307050, Florian Wessels, Tymoteusz Motylewski, flicstar, Oliver Eglseder, Chris Müller, Allan Nordhøy, Alexander Nostadt, Christoph Lehmann, Sascha Löffler, AKaravas, Julian Hofmann, Filip Duczymiński, Daniel Siepmann and 126016
For many developers, programming is a labor of love and you’ll spend many hours programming away from work. But a day only has 24 hours. We highly appreciate all of the employers who support the TYPO3 open source project by giving you time off work. Without their generous support, TYPO3 wouldn’t be where it is today. Does your employer give you time off work to contribute towards TYPO3’s core? Contact us so we can get your company listed here!
We’re grateful to have so many developers involved in the our open source project–developers who believe in bringing good ideas to life, and who are truly passionate about our powerhouse content management system TYPO3. Remember: all it takes is a single patch to make a difference! Stay tuned for July’s recap that we’ll be publishing on somewhen next month.