14. 02. 2007, 06:42

ThaiPo3 ist der Name der Thailaendischen TYPO3 Usergroup, die seit August 2006 besteht. Sie wurde in Zusammenarbeit von LisAndi Co.Ltd. - bekannt durch ABC-TYPO3 - und UNESCO Bangkok ins Leen gerufen um Usern in Thailand und SuedOst Asien eine bessere Moeglichkeit der Zusammenarbeit zwischen TYPO3'lern in dieser region zu ermoeglichen.
Wir sind sehr daran interessiert mehr von Firmen, Organisatinen und Einzelpersonen in der Region Thailand und Sued Ost Asien zu erfahren, die Ihre Webseiten mit TYPO3 aufbauen.
Wenn ihr also eine TYPO3-Webseite in Thailand, Indien, Myanmar, Laos, Vietnam, Kambodscha, China, Malaysia, Singapore, Hongkong, usw. kennt dann bitte melden. WICHTIG: Die Website Developer/Editoren dieser Seiten sollten sich ebenfalls in dieser Region befinden!!!
TYPO3 Thailand Urlauber sind natuerlich immer herzlich bekommen bei unseren Meetings in Bangkok oder Phuket - bitte kurz vorher Bescheid geben, damit wir unsere User zu einem kleinen Workshop des Urlaubers zusammentrommeln koennen - Danke!
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ERSTER WORKSHOP 2007
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UNESCO Bangkok will host the first Thailand Typo3 User Group meeting on 11-13 March 2007.

Typo3, an open source web content management system, has a growing pool of users in Thailand. Several schools in the Phuket area have built Typo3 websites. The Hope of God International Churches of Thailand uses Typo3 provided by the Webempowered church based on TempleVoila. There is a forestry website maintained in Bangkok. We are sure there are others.

The UNESCO Bangkok website is created in Typo3 and maintained by a webteam whose members bring enthusiasm and new ideas to the look and functions of the website. We believe we are the largest Typo3 website in Thailand.

UNESCO Bangkok is delighted to host this first Thailand Typo3 User Group meeting. We are pleased to provide a space where Typo3 practitioners can come together to learn from each other.

Location: UNESCO Asia and Pacific Regional Bureau for Education, Sukhumvit Road, Bangkok, Thailand. Map here.

Date: 11-13 March 2007

Time: 10am – 4pm.

Language: English

UNESCO will provide refreshments and lunch.

The meeting is limited to 35 participants on a first come first served basis. Participants should bring their own laptop computer with them, preferably wireless enabled.

To register, send your name and that of your institution, address, phone and fax numbers to c.wing(at)unescobkk.org. If you have one, include a brief description of your website and its URL. If you require a halal or vegetarian lunch, please tell us. We can also book hotels for you.

Programme:

Day 1, 11 March.

  • The basics of Typo3, by Cornelius Herzog
    Working with Typo3 and News/Blog plugin, by Andreas Becker
    WOS products: what they do and what they don’t do, by Cornelius Herzog
    What is a good website and what is a bad website?, by Andreas Becker
    Integrating external content into a Typo3 website, by Andreas Becker
    Some useful tools, by UNESCO Bangkok staff. (Conftool Management System; Photostory, e-library links; Google Stats; Google Co-op Search; Worldmapper; etc)
    User websites (participants introduce us to their Typo3 websites)
    A Typo3 user group and website for Thailand, by Andreas Becker

[b]Day 2, 12 March
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  • Website technology, by Khun Kraising Boonyarangkavorn
    Typo3 technology: what you need to know to get started, by Andreas Becker
    Typo3 Entry level training: creating content and designing webpages, with UNESCO staff Ms. Ellie, Ms. Leotes and Ms. Alida

Day 3, 12 March

  • Typo3 entry level training, continued
    The Future: More meetings, training? Staying in touch.

More Info here: http://www.unescobkk.org/index.php?id=5145&tx_ttnews[tt_news]=80&tx_ttnews[backPid]=95&cHash=d666d6757b

Links:
www.abc-typo3.com - Andreas Becker - TYPO3-Website Development in Thailand, Germany and SEA
www.chsoftware.net - Cornelius Herzog - WOS Webserver on a stick
www.unescobkk.org - UNESCO Bangkok
www.typo3-thailand.org - ThaiPo3 UserGroup Website and Forum