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Join us for another online town hall meeting on Tuesday (2019/03/05, 2019 March 5) at 9:30am Pacific:
Chat and questions will be in the #town-hall channel on concrete5.slack.com.
Interested in working directly with the core team of a successful open source project? We'd love to hear from you.
Here's just a few ideas we quickly put together that might work for a summer project, but we'd be happy to review yours as well:
- Implement new UX changes to our file manager.
- Build an example database application using Express and create documentation for it.
- Rebuild our old showcase area as a more modern stand-alone site.
- Build a website for your favorite charity using concrete5.
- Help turn the Conversations block into a fully featured forum.
- Flesh out all the routes in our REST API
- Smoother, more powerful and user-friendly migration tool from 5.6 -> v7+
- Implement an asset pipeline system, as per https://github.com/concrete5/c
- Check out Github to see what we're working on and pitch your own idea!
Join us for another online town hall meeting on Tuesday (2019/02/05, 5 February 2019) at 9:30am Pacific
Our monthly first tuesday meeting got into a scheduling limbo with the new year.
We're still planning on being online at 9:30AM Pacific in Google Hangouts:
Join us for the first concrete5 townhall meeting of 2019 on Tuesday, January 8th (8 January) at 9:30 a.m. PST.
We will be ringing in the new year on our normally scheduled meeting date, so the first Tuesday of each month, so let's meet one week later.
Just a quick reminder that we're doing another get together online next Tuesday the 4th at 9:30am Pacific
We had a great time reconnecting and chatting about concrete5 at the Town Hall last Tuesday. Here's some of the big take aways:
We believe that follow up is important. Cascadia PHP/concrete5con was an awesome way to connect with the community back in September, but it’s November now and we’ve mostly had our head down working on projects.
Version 8.4.3 of concrete5 is now available. This is a minor maintenance release that fixes some bugs found in 8.4.2.