relates to the CMS Garden project itself

We attend Chemnitz Linux Days since 2014. And what can I say: we kept up the series. In the Corona years, we joined the remote conference experiment and were pleased that the organizers had chosen Workadventure in combination with BigBlueButton as an alternative. We already knew this setup from our own online edition of Open Web Lounge.

Meike Jung's picture

I have had the pleasure to take part in a featured talk "Introduction to Core Web Vitals". Very informative and 100% mandatory if you are in web development. I want to thank CMS-Garden for organizing this event: this is exactly how open source movement and knowledge sharing ought to work!

The Web Conference is one of most important conferences for research about the web. As part of this large conference the Web for All conference takes place, usually on the first two days. Along with the ASSETS conference, the Web for All conference is one of the most important conferences about research for accessible information technology.

Meike Jung's picture

Inspiring People To Share" has always been the motto of the TYPO3 project. We are happy to share our experiences with other open source CMS.

Ben van't Ende –

Why accessibility for everyone actually affects—well, everyone

Every software you work with – including your content management system – regularly receives updates. What many users forget: apart from new features concerning looks and technology they mostly make the system’s security stronger.

CMS-Garden booth the night before LinuxTag starts

Sharing the booth's back wall with Microsoft and catty-cornered from Deutsche Telekom, CMS Garden presents the largest booth by far in hall 7.1 at Linuxtag Berlin 2013 - and the most colorful. Twenty to thirty "content management ambassadors" will attend each day, ready and happy to consult each visitor about Dupal, Scientific CMS, django CMS, Plone, WordPress, TYPO3, CONTENIDO, Joomla!, OpenCms, and Papaya.

Jens Pelzetter's picture

Different tasks require different tools. Different types of website content require different types of software tools. Open Source allows for diversity. Let's take advantage of it!

Peter Boy –
Maik Derstappen's picture

The Plone community is enjoying the spirit of the OpenSource CMS sector since over 10 years. We look forward to this impressing show together with the other projects and would like to present our roadmap for the future of Plone.

Maik Derstappen – Python Software Verband e. V.
David Jardin's picture

Talking with people from other systems and looking beyond one's own nose - that's unique chance that we'll snap!

David Jardin – Mambo e. V.


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