The global Joomla community is holding a Pizza Bugs & Fun event on 19 October.
PBF is all about working towards a better Joomla 4 by finding and testing bugs, patches and improvements especially focused on documentation and languages.
This is a global event with a rolling local 9am start in each region hosting a PBF on the day. Currently we have a confirmed event in Brisbane, which will be first to kick off! If you are in Brisbane, please come along and be part of a global event! Look back and be able to say - "I was part of the Joomla 4 project!!"
- If you are in another location, please feel free to set up your own PBF location. If you need assistance with doing this please let us know.
Whether you're a beginner or pro, graphic designer or programmer, whether you have an business or part of a JUG, whether male or female, young or old - we are happy to welcome anyone who already uses Joomla! for work, for fun or just wants to get to know it better. Only an interest in Joomla! counts. Everyone is welcome.
We would like to invite all Joomla enthusiastic users, no matter what their prior knowledge, to Joomla!. We are grateful for any support! Participation is for free, soft drinks and a pizza included.
Further to this, PBF organisers Benjamin Trenkle & Mike Brander will be holding 2 information sessions THIS WEEKEND to provide introduction training regarding the PBF:
- how to create a GitHub account
- how to create a docs account
- how to write/edit/manage documentation/translations
- how to test PRs
8am UTC / 6pm Saturday AEST:
7pm UTC / 5am Sunday AEST:
There is no requirement to RSVP for these online information sessions, please just join in if you're able. Even if you can't attend the PBF, the sessions will assist if you are interested in helping with Joomla patch testing or documentation.
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