Although people from all over the world are working remotely on Neos, a lot of progress is reached during real-life events. They are not only great for discussions and decisions, but also for developing at light speed.
Apart from working on Neos, sprints are also a great opportunity to meet and exchange with old and new friends.
March 31st + April 1st - Neos Conference 2017 in Hamburg, Germany
We are currently planning the next MEET NEOS events. Stay tuned!
February 16th - Neos CMS Meetup (Kick off) in Berlin, Germany
March 14th - Neos Rhein/Main #5 in Frankfurt, Germany
April 12th - Neos CMS and Flow Meetup in Munich, Germany
There are plenty of sprints coming up, some of them already have specific dates while others are just in general planning mode. If you'd like to participate in one of them please feel free to fill out a doodle to show your interest.
February 20th - 24th - Neos Sprint in Dresden, Germany
March 27th - 30th - Neos Sprint in Hamburg, Germany (just before Neos Conference)
If you have a suggestion for a location or would sponsor one for us please get in touch at email@example.com!
Remarks about sprints:
Sprints are open to anyone who wants to support the project. We can use help in development, documentation, testing, design, marketing, funding, event organizing and much more. So there's something to do for everyone. Please get in touch with us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you're interested in joining a sprint.
January 27th - Hack the Swiss Confederation Styleguide v3.0 with Neos CMS in Bern, Switzerland
January 23rd - Neos CMS and Flow Meetup in Munich, Germany
Dezember 8th - Neos CMS Meetup (German) in Karlsruhe, Germany
November 30th - Neos CMS Meetup (German) in Dresden, Germany
November 26th - Neos Barcamp Hamburg in Hamburg, Germany
November 8th - Neos CMS Meetup (German) in Düsseldorf, Germany
November 3rd - MEET NEOS Munich in Munich, Germany
November 1st - Neos CMS Meetup in Hamburg, Germany
October 27th - Flow and Neos MeetUp in Karlsruhe, Germany
October 13th - MEET NEOS Salzburg, Austria
September 29th - Neos CMS and Flow Meetup in Vienna, Austria
September 14th - Neos CMS and Flow Meetup in Munich, Germany
September 8th - 0 to live in 20min in Frankfurt, Germany
September 7th - 3rd Neos MeetUp in DUS - Showcases in Düsseldorf, Germany
August 18th - Neues aus dem Neos-Master (2.3) / Neos-Events / Hands on: Deployment mit Surf (German) in Karlsruhe, Germany
August 4th - What is Neos/Flow, Kickstart in Dresden, Germany
July 14th - First hands-on Neos and getting to know each other in Dresden, Germany
July 13th - Neos CMS and Flow Meetup Munich in Munich, Germany
July 8th - Neos CMS & Flow Framework Meetup Swiss in Bern, Switzerlan
July 4th - #2 - Neos MeetUp in DUS in Düsseldorf, Germany
June 23rd - Kick off some Neos Meetup in Vienna, Austria
April 21st - 23rd - Inspiring Conference in Kolbermoor, Germany
April 14th - Meet Neos in Nuremberg, Germany
March 7th - 11th Sprint at Sandstorm in Dresden, Germany
30th Meet Neos conference in Zurich, Switzerland
21st - 25th - Sprint in Frankfurt, Germany - kindly hosted by DeCIX
10th - 15th - Sprint in Nuremberg, Germany
19th - 20th - Strategy meeting in Munich, Germany
26th - 28th - Inspiring Conference, Kolbermoor Germany
Not long after the august code sprint the team met again, this time in Rødby, Denmark. This time we had a special location in form a very large manor, where working location and accommodation was combined. In total 28 participants took part making it the largest code sprint we've had so far. Organized by Aske Ertmann the code sprint welcomed 7 new contributors. Main topics of the sprint was finalizing 1.2, translation of UI and access controls.
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After the summer holidays the team met up again in the end of august in Kiel, Germany. Organized by Christopher Hlubek the sprint had 13 participants. Main topics for the sprint was to finish features going into 1.2, improving stabilization and discuss various topics.
Just before the developers days in Eindhoven, The Netherlands, the team met for a medium sized sprint with 13 participants. Organized by Rens Admiraal the sprint took place the the Technical University of Eindhoven (TU/e). Main topics was finalizing and releasing 1.1, which was released an hour before the developer days kicked off.
Not long after the previous sprint the team met again, this time in Rosenheim, Germany. In connection with the Inspiring Conference the team met up before the conference for a few days at Rosenheim University. This was a large code sprint with 19 participants who worked on features for 1.1 and finishing performance improvements.
The first code sprint following the release of 1.0 took place in Lübeck, Germany and was organized by Robert Lemke. The focus of the sprint was to improve performance of Neos & Flow. It was a small sprint with 8 participants, however the outcome in terms of gains in performance improvements was big.